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Dustin Rabin

Jeremy Dutcher, the Indigenous singer/songwriter, won the $50,000 Polaris Prize for his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa. Here's what else went down at the gala. more

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Colin Medley

Matthew "Doc" Dunn, The Cosmic Range instrumentalist and U.S. Girls collaborator reins, in his spacy and jazzy tendencies on his new album Lightbourn, while showing how expansive a folk record can be. more

Album reviews

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Samuel Engelking

This year's 10 Polaris Prize short list contenders include albums from Daniel Caesar, U.S. Girls, Pierre Kwenders, Jeremy Dutcher, Snotty Nose Rez Kids and more. more

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Hillside, the Guelph music festival, has outlasted bigger ones like WayHome by sticking to its principles: community, spontaneity and good vibes. Here were the standouts: Jeremy Dutcher, Cadence Weapon, Lido Pimienta, U.S. Girls and more. more

Concert reviews

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Samuel Engelking

NXNE 2018 review: Tinashe, Azealia Banks, Chvrches, Big Freedia and others played the Yonge-Dundas Square Festival Village stage, alongside acts like Jazz Cartier, U.S. Girls, Lights and more. more

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The Polaris Music Prize long list has been announced for 2018. NOW cover stars U.S. Girls, Daniel Ceasar and Charlotte Day Wilson made the cut and will vie with 37 other Canadian albums for the $50,000 prize. more

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NXNE 2018 preview: With a return to club-hopping and free shows at Yonge-Dundas Square, the opportunity for discovery is back too for the Toronto music festival. Here's how to get the most out of your wristband. more

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NXNE has finally announced its Yonge-Dundas Square and club show lineups, which include U.S. Girls, Torres, Cadence Weapon, LA Timpa and more. The festival runs June 8-17. more

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Photos by Samuel Engelking

There's suddenly a lot of attention on U.S. Girls. Toronto’s Meg Remy is ­untangling ­America’s misogynist mess with lush disco grooves. The time is right for her subversive brand of political pop. Read our cover story interview here. more

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These are the shows NOW critics are looking forward to this month. Charlotte Day Wilson, U.S. Girls, Majid Jordan, Born Ruffians and Frigs play hotly anticipated hometown gigs, plus shows by Ty Segall, Lil Berete, Yaeji and more. more

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Taking place at Rasberry Farms in Hamilton, the single-day festival also features Calpurnia, Ought, TUNS, Dizzy and more more

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The Toronto-based singer/songwriter has created mobilized many of the city's most underrated musicians to create a stunning, detail-rich album about violence more

Album reviews

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Colin Medley

Every Friday, we'll be rounding up a batch of 20 new songs by Toronto artists. This week: U.S. Girls, Charlotte Day Wilson, LA timpa and more more

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Colin Medley

With connections going back to junior high, the mighty five-piece is like an east-end Toronto supergroup in reverse more

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Samuel Engelking

Meg Remy's project has expanded to a 10-piece and the first of her two hometown shows was a glimpse into where they're headed more

Concert reviews

From the Horror Master to local pop-artist U.S. Girls, this is going to be a crazy good season for shows more

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Celebrating challenging artists never gets old more

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Women dominate the prize for best Canadian album more

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The 68-year-old rock legend lived up to his wild man image, but there was a layer of sadness and anger underneath it all more

Concert reviews

Nominated for a Juno in the alternative album category, to be awarded Sunday (April 3). more

Books

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    Samuel Engelking

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