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Matt Barnes

Born Ruffians are following in the footsteps of Alvvays and Daniel Caesar and are choosing multiple nights at Lee's Palace over one at a bigger venue like Danforth Music Hall or Massey Hall. Here's why. more

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The eight members of the strange and buzzy indie pop band Superorganism were never all in the same room until after the album came out. Now they all share a house together in London. Read an interview with the band here. more

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Sarah Rix

From the sweaty end of the Silver Dollar to an unprecedented gathering of Indigenous folk legends, these were the bucket list shows of the year more

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Samuel Engelking

The Vancouver journalist and musician is coming to Toronto for three nights to celebrate 30 years of “doot doola doot doo” more

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Charly Bliss

Jacqueline Harriet

Ahead of A Very Special Krampus Party, the Brooklyn indie pop band tells us about their equal loves of Tokyo Police Club and Josie And The Pussycats more

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The New Pornographers

Jenny Jimenez

Along with local openers Born Ruffians, the long-running indie collective proved they can thrive in any shape or form more

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This was likely the final time Toronto will get such an intimate concert from the heart-on-their-sleeves New Jersey band more

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Jonathan Wenk

We spoke to the band's Carlos Soria to discuss the 30th anniversary of the influential Canadian punk LP more

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But the prolific Philly musician is happy to chat about new album Rocket and working with Frank Ocean more

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The musician and CBC Radio host chronicles the struggles of his Vancouver pop-punk group in Dirty Windshields more

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The French band's sixth album comes stocked with deck-shoegaze, nu-yacht rock and disco jams more

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Vinyl enthusiasts can meet up, hang out and search for that white whale record together at the inaugural DIY event more

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And believe it or not, nothing by David Lynch made the list more

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Viletones

Don Pyle

"He was significant, being involved in the band that I think was the premiere punk rock band in Canada,” says Don Pyle. “He was also so generous in supporting other artists." more

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It was almost a repeat set from three years ago, but those intervening years have made the UK shoegazers a more potent live band more

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The Tokyo-based garage rockers have performed at the soon-to-close rock club at least 15 times since 2005 more

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The supergroup gets unusually experimental while keeping their bubblegum pop hooks intact more

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Castle If's Jess Forrest

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“Plants have helped me so much with my art, so I thought it would be nice to dedicate an album to them" more

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Carlos Molina Barriga

And judging by how quickly the Swedish musician's show at the Great Hall sold out, the feeling is mutual more

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The Vancouver duo's first album in five years is full of songs that wouldn’t have previously fit into their charged-up canon more

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