Mark Ronson Knows He'll Never Beat 'Uptown Funk'
We met the producer ahead of the release of his new album, to talk about songwriting, L.A., his break-up, Amy Winehouse, and the highs and lows of creating an international hit.
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Deep in the heart of YouTube exists a wholesome little oasis of highly hydrated young people.
How Little Mix Mastered the Pop Machine in Seven Years
We spoke to the pop group about mega-fame, the #MeToo movement and what it felt like getting a shit ton of money overnight.
The World Needs Troye Sivan's Queer Love Songs
The 23-year-old Australian makes universal pop that looks queer listeners directly in the eye. With his sophomore album 'Bloom', Sivan is ready to step into a new realm of pop stardom.
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Amindi K. Fro$t Will Surpass Whatever Expectations You Put on Her
The "Pine and Ginger" singer is just getting started.
The Beaches Want to Be the Future of Rock 'n' Roll
With a take it or leave it attitude, the Toronto group ready themselves for their debut, giving a sample on the new raucous single "Money."
Sydanie’s Pillars Of Life Are Motherhood and Hood Resistance
The Toronto-based rapper uses her music to tell the stories of her unique experiences and makes space for other mothers to do the same.
How Bugzy Malone Became Grime's King of the North
The Manchester MC opens up about his time in jail, his work ethic and feeling like an outsider.
The Eternal Optimism of Broken Social Scene
Returning after seven years with 'Hug of Thunder,' Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, and Charles Spearin share how they're trying to remain hopeful.
Headstones’ Hugh Dillon Has Seen Some Shit
The Canadian punk rock icon talks about overcoming his heroin addiction, finding a work ethic in acting, and how Toronto bands have a bad attitude.
How Patrick Dangerfield Became The AFL's Best
"The challenge with Patty Dangerfield is that often when you are actually trying not to let him run free, he runs free anyway, because he's so quick. It's a bit like Goodesy." - Swans coach John Longmire on Dangerfield in 2012.