STAFF PICKS


This Week's Best Videos feat. Majid Jordan Forever

This Week’s 5 Best Music Videos: Majid Jordan, Viet Cong and more…

Jan 23, 2015

Watch the week's best videos, from Majid Jordan's Toronto landmark dance party to Bart's psychedelic infinity.

This Week's Best Videos feat. Sleater-Kinney

This Week’s 5 Best Music Videos: Sleater-Kinney, Flying Lotus and more…

Jan 16, 2015

Sleater-Kinney unbury all their friends, Shabazz Palaces recruit Chad VanGaalen and more of the week's best videos.

This Week's Best Songs feat. Moon King

This Week’s 5 Best Songs: Moon King, Doldrums and more…

Jan 16, 2015

This week, a trio of Canadian artists reinvented themselves with brand new songs. Listen to those and more.

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STAFF PICKS: Viet Cong won’t be your Women 2

Jan 15, 2015

On their self-titled debut the Calgary post-punks don't offer a second coming of their old band. But in its place: a revival.

This Week's Best Songs feat. Viet Cong

This Week’s 5 Best Songs: Viet Cong, Ty Segall and more

Jan 9, 2015

January is looking to be a big album release month. And that means it's also been a big song release week.

Chart Attack Longreads of 2014

Chart Attack’s Longreads of 2014

Jan 2, 2015

We spent 2014 examining what that tenuous concept of "Canadian music" really means. Here are 10 of our favourite stories of the year.

The Albums That Defined 2014 - Run The Jewels 2

The Albums That Defined 2014: Run The Jewels RTJ2 and the year in protest song

Dec 30, 2014

A snapshot of America in the era of #BlackLivesMatter.

Rags and Bones - Best of 2014

RAGS AND BONES: 10 underrated Canadian punk and metal discoveries of 2014

Dec 30, 2014

With our sights on 2015, here’s one last look at what made 2014 great for loud and noisy music in Canada.

The Albums That Defined 2014: Against Me!

The Albums That Defined 2014: Against Me!’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues ignites a conversation we should already be having

Dec 29, 2014

By singing about her experiences as a transgender woman, Laura Jane Grace brought Against Me! to an even wider audience.