Bravely challenging gender constructs, Young Thug takes rap and hip hop to new places while connecting with his first identity.
Th Dream Is Over tells stories of lost love, troubles on the road and escaping hometown tragedy.
Keyboard wizard Jordan Rudess talks about the latest album from super trio Levin, Zinnemann, Rudess
Toronto jazzish group bring out their more upbeat side
New punk band from Aarhus, Denmark, come up with garage punk that is energetic, charming, and infectious.
Bassist Chris Beattie talks about Hatebreed’s new record and their current tour
New Zealand band Yumi Zouma throw up some solid synthpop but nothing really sticks out.
Canadian guest list on this mixtape signals a bright future ahead for Canadian hip hop.
Interview with the talented instrumentalist who releases an album late in his career.
We are witnessing an evolution of the nocturnal Toronto sound and another one of Drake’s paradigm-shifting thesis.
“The Concrete Confessional” is a crushing metal/hardcore hybrid that just might be Hatebreed’s best record.
One group that has vigorously propelled electroswing would be Caravan Palace, from Paris. Heavily influenced by artists ranging from Cab Calloway and Django Reinhardt to Vitalic and Daft Punk, Caravan Palace have made a name for themselves throughout Europe and North America