Matt Williams

It's unlikely any of these songs will stick with you past Super Bowl Sunday more

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Samuel Engelking

The inclusive, no-commitment choir has become a channel for collective grief and celebration, and they're using their influence for good more

Nov 9, 2017 8:55 AM Features

The Toronto band has crafted one of the best local debut albums of the year more

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With an incisive take on the complexity of desire, anxiety and confusion, Annie Clark captures what it's like to live in this present more

Oct 11, 2017 2:39 PM Album reviews

The Whitby singer/songwriter brings Bon Iver to mind, but his meticulous arrangements and gorgeous melodies set him apart from the indie folk pack more

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Charles Spearin, Brendan Canning and Kevin Drew talk album five, hiatuses and resilience more

Jun 27, 2017 5:42 PM Features


Dominick Mastrangelo

Including shopping in Kensington Market for "show pants" and sampling "a bunch of different kinds of weed" more

Apr 17, 2017 3:39 PM Features

The singer-songwriter's gorgeous 80s rock-indebted production is too often undermined by clichéd songwriting more

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Heather Pollock

The country rockers returned to the family basement to record their 10th album more

Feb 1, 2017 2:57 PM Features

When it came to live music, it was a year of bucket-list shows, arena spectacles and unexpected farewells more

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Local R&B had a great year, live shows mattered, and homegrown success is totally possible more

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The protest music on the Canadian singer-songwriter's 37th album is more painful than powerful more

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Matt Williams

If you haven't heard of FRIGS, The Garrys and Lisa LeBlanc, now you know more

Nov 22, 2016 1:20 PM Music