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Maxime Michaud

Maxime Michaud’s experimental album, Essais, is a triumph of consciousness. The word ‘essais’ implies ‘to try,’ a theme woven flawlessly into the delicate fabric of…

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Pop This!

“Press play and come hang out with your two new best friends.” So reads the online description for Pop This!, and it’s a statement which…

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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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Daniel Zomparelli

“It feels like all we ever do in this world is break each others hearts.” These simple yet troubling words sum up my experience of…

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Dad Thighs

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Dad Thighs might have a goofy-chic moniker, but The Ghosts that I Fear is a far cry from…

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Kai Cheng Thom

a place called No Homeland by Kai Cheng Thom is a powerfully written anthology of poems depicting her interconnected mental and physical experiences as a…

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Gentle Party

You have just laid down in bed. The light of your phone screen is still burning your eyes. Like most nights, your mind is racing….

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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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The April Fools Childrenhood

  Low Colour is entirely saturated. The latest release from The April Fools Childrenhood — the solo project of the folk duo Leave’s David Cowling…

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Puritans

Swerving Lines is energetically morbid. Puritans’ debut release nestles nicely into the alternative/post-punk/gothic genres. With influences from artists like Billy Talent and David Bowie, Swerving…