Daniel G. Wilson
The Montreal rock and rollers have a video and song for the kid in all of us, so we talked to them about 'Almost Famous' and watching Quebecois men flying on jetpacks.
The L.A. trio venture into uncharted realms of arrangement and hyper-technical playing on their new album, so we talked to them about embracing their eclectic influences and the nature of dreams.
We premiere the English emoviolence crew's endlessly vital new album and talk to them about surviving in a future that seems designed to bring you to the depths.
We talk to the Toronto "post-everything" orchestral skramz-shoegaze band about their supremely cathartic new song, as well as how they're defending the inclusivity of DIY spaces.
The Toronto-via-Whitehorse band discusses animals, the Yukon rock scene, and arthouse cinema.
The Toronto shoegaze heroes are back with a new lineup, a new album, and extra emotion.
Never mind that they're actually a shoegaze band.
The greatest rock 'n' roll neologism since Steve Miller sang "pompatus of love."
The experimental musician makes statements on gender and identity with finely-honed DIY sensibilities.
We asked the Mississauga band why the hell their debut video is such a psychedelic nightmare.
A dancehall-flavoured song and bizarre new video from the Mississauga weirdos.