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Canadaland

It’s refreshing to listen to a podcast that discusses topics pertinent to the country we live in. Jesse Brown is a Canadian journalist and the…

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The Secret Life of Canada

The version of this country’s history that many Canadians are taught tends to gloss over, if not totally exclude, the colonialism, racism and violence that…

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White Poppy

White Poppy reaches new heights on The Pink Haze of Love for one simple reason — the artist is vulnerable. Having made a name for…

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Tough Age

Tough Age delivers the opening ninety-nine instrumental seconds of their new album Shame with nonchalant confidence. The Toronto-based self-proclaimed ‘not really punk at all’ band…

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Faith Healer

The winky face adorning the album cover and title of Try 😉 might elicit a groan from those sick of emojis, but it also perfectly…

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Uptights

Halfway through the first track of Time+Space, “Edge of the Earth,” I looked back at the media player to check that it hadn’t jumped to…

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Reef Shark

Vancouver post-garage pop group, Reef Shark, released their latest EP World in Space on Big Smoke this summer. Differing from their first two albums, World…

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Shitlord Fuckerman

Video games have entered the realm of art. Nuanced portrayals of both imagined and quasi-real worlds, like that of BioShock and Grand Theft Auto, have…

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Chris

I Don’t Think Anything is the debut EP from Chris, a Toronto post-rock unit. The band members all have history in the post-hardcore scene, but…

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Khotin

Local producer Khotin has become known recently for his low-key vintage house sound. His music has never fit into a traditional dance music mold despite…