The first album where the Toronto quartet collaborates with a handful of vocalists, IV is a huge leap forward.
The Philly musicians discuss mental health and their rise to being your next favourite band.
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From Halifax to Dawson City, we asked members from music communities across the country to reflect on 2015 in their scene.
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Led by The Weeknd, Drake and Justin Bieber, Canadian music was everywhere this year. Here's why it feels different.
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