Introspective Montreal Producer CRi Comes Into His Own with New Video "Don't"
The electro musician also talks new EP, collaborations, and getting signed to TOKiMONSTA's label.
This Documentary Charts the Unlikely YouTube Collaboration That Travelled the World
We talk to Director Ido Haar about documenting the collaboration between a New Orleans singer and an Israeli YouTube mash-up king in the TIFF-featured film 'Thru You Princess.'
The Narcicyst Is a Citizen of the World
How is the Montreal rapper dealing with being the unofficial spokesperson for the new generation of Arabs living abroad?
Allie X Is Your Friendly Neighbourhood Dark-Popstar
Allie X fancies herself a curator of dark thoughts and even gloomier music.
Le Couleur’s Electro-Disco is Montreal’s Contribution to French Touch
With an overall aesthetic that's about blurring lines and smudging boundaries, this three piece French-Canadian band prides themselves on doing things differently.
Pierre Kwenders Sings in Five Languages, But Don't Call It "World Music"
Meet Pierre Kwenders, the Congolese-Canadian polyglot and postmodern pop artist who wants to change the way we think about "world music"
Longreads Or Whatever
Are Music Video Directors Being Fairly Compensated?
As music videos become the most important weapon in a new artist's arsenal, the people creating them end up with less and less.
The New Movie 'Stories of Our Lives' Dispels the Myths Fueling Kenya's Homophobia
The Nairobi-based arts collective the Nest created an anthology of short films that was recently shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.