The 2018 Polaris Music Prize caps off another strong year with a diverse shortlist and exciting performances from Partner, Hubert Lenoir and US Girls.
For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.
The band debuted the track from their forthcoming record at the Polaris Prize gala last night and have a brand new video to go along with it.
Watch award-winning Canadian author Joseph Boyden talk to the Inuk throat singer about her latest album 'Retribution.'
The video takes inspiration from 'Martin,' 'Living Single,' and 'Coming To America.'
After winning the biggest prize in Canadian music this week, the long-time activist dispenses advice on how to fight the Man.
We interviewed 2014 Polaris Music Prize winner Tanya Tagaq about why ending her acceptance speech with "Fuck PETA!" shouldn't be the dominant narrative about that night.
She's experimental, diverse and rooted in activism, but that doesn't mean that Tagaq's win marks the fall of the old guard.
When the Polaris Prize began in 2006, its long list read like a who’s who of obscure new talent only familiar to the most obsessive of Canadian buzz band aficionados. But in the past few years, that trend of discovering young blood has gravitated...