Belinda talks to Thomas Medard about touring with The Feather.
10 p.m. Saturday. I could be somewhere else. But no. I am sitting on my bed listening to this album. It has this sound. It reminds me of Nada Surf. The Strokes, even. I [read on]
This time, Dine Alone Records announces Teenage Movie Soundtrack, Heyrocco’s new pop punk and 90s-inspired album. Nathan Merli (guitar, vocals), Tanner Cooper (drums), and [read on]
With his new album Key Change, Mocky reverts to a more acoustic sound to remind audience members of how human music should be. Do not miss his show on July 10.
A small crowd doesn’t stop this upbeat band from playing solid show of indie pop.
Pop country singer Twain is back with a dud of a live album
Soulful singer Kandle hopes to use Juno nomination as a stepping stone to bigger things
This pop outfit hit one out of the park in 2012 with “And I Thank You.” Now catch them with their new album for free if you win here!
38-year-old British woman’s lonely death the inspiration behind Steven Wilson’s exceptional new release.
Pre-Show Letter : On spending this upcoming Thursday with Theophilus London
David Sherman and Nancy Lee deliver an intimate and relatable performance in their docu-musical Lost & Found.
Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Students from Lester B. Pearson collaborate with David Hodges on an educational project to create a polished album of radio-friendly hits.
Two rooms of posters by the artist showcase the development of his career from graphic artist to poster boy for pop art.
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is their poppiest album yet. Read the full review here.
In the past week, two amazing female artists released new music and neither are disappointing in any way.
Starting out with a member too young to play in a bar, Montreal’s The Willing keeps at it and is releasing its first EP.
After many struggles with her record label, Azealia Banks has finally realsed her debut album. “Broke With Expensive Taste” is possibly the best album of 2014.
Aside from one or two super catchy tracks, this album is crap. Don’t blame Taylor; all she did was add shitty lyrics to overproduced tracks with stolen melodies.
Multi-talented Giselle Webber reincarnates as sassy jazz screamster Gigi French.