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Do Make Say Think

Every time I spin a new Do Make Say Think album there is a moment of fear. Perhaps, I’m not going to fall in love…

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Lou Phelps

On his latest solo project 001: Experiments, Lou Phelps is not just standing out. He is having fun at it. The Montreal native has been…

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Jessie Reyez

The seven electrifying songs on Toronto-based Jessie Reyez’s Kiddo simmer on a bed of heartbreak and intimate storytelling. Jessie’s refreshingly unique persona is evident with…

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Liza

The debut EP from Toronto-based R&B singer Liza is decidedly without winter’s chill.  Clocking in at 13 minutes, February 29 is an effective presentation of…

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Sean Leon

The hook of “Matthew in the Middle” finds featured singer Daniel Caesar musing over the pains of class struggle, asking himself, “Is this Heaven or…

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Man Meets Bear

  Deviating from the indie folk dalliances of predecessor, Huronian Cadence, Toronto-based Man meets Bear, explore a more spiritual side in their largely instrumental fifth…

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Tasha the Amazon

At the tail end of 2016, Toronto artist Tasha the Amazon, a.k.a Perp Vonnegut, dropped her debut EP Die Every Day. Although Tasha has been…

Real Live Action

Courtney Barnett

Granville was covered in lines of folks happily braving the unseasonably hot evening for the sake of their favourite acts: Austrian electro-swing at the Vogue,…

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HSY

New-wave is one of those genres so saturated with artists that it’s very difficult for bands to make a record which is more than a…