The only year-end list that will make you want to hug your dog, watch Speed 2, and eat a big plate of jerk chicken.
2016 was a terrible year for the world, but a great year for Canadian music.
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.
PLUS: Smileswithteeth's new EP glows with energy of Montreal & Fake Drugs soundtrack the singularity (basically).
From Lana Del Rey's distinctly female gaze to A$AP Rocky's psychedelic turn, we examine the releases that best defined the year in music.
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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