Directors at Toronto's Wavelength concert series and Ottawa's Arboretum Music Festival have stepped aside, leading to questions about how these scenes can move forward.
For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.
"I Like It" is an inarguable hit, but its sample invokes a history of the industry exoticizing songs sung in Spanish. Burger King is involved somehow.
The Toronto artist’s Audiotree North live session showcases a song that rejects the idea of ownership in polyamorous relationships.
Here’s one last list, promise.
Featuring Lido Pimienta, Witch Prophet, and more.
Fellow revolutionary Tanya Tagaq also gave a transcendent performance and tribute was paid to the late, great Leonard Cohen.
Is the Canadian identity as inclusive as it appears?