Nina Chabel reviews three hotly anticipated releases from female artists.
Kennedy’s new EP Other Failures is hardcore at its finest.
Kalle Mattson talks about his new album Someday the Moon will be Gold and the good fortune of having German fans.
Jean Michel Pigeon talks about the origins of Composite.
Montreal band In Beliefs’ new demo EP starts off rocky, but soon captures attention with its dynamism.
We look ahead and list the ten indie and alt-rock albums we most anticipate listening to in 2014. Any guesses who makes the list?
Beyoncé’s unpublicized release of The Visual Album shows off her marketing genius, but is the message in the accompanying videos a feminist one?
Mat Klachefsky’s complex personality well reflected by the equally intriguing sound of Winnipeg indie band Boats.
Andy Shauf digs on his favorite Beatle, his songwriting process, and the long anticipated Bearer of Bad News.
Deya’s new CD Notre histoire connects the globe to Montreal with Haitian reggae, African beats, and Middle Eastern and African instruments. All that and a slam poet.
Canadian trio Raleigh tells us about their new album and their current tour.
Arcade Fire’s new album Reflektor is streaming on YouTube now.