The New Pornographers

7.14.17

Watch the New Pornographers Bring “Whiteout Conditions” to ‘Colbert’

The band reunited with member Neko Case to perform the title track off their seventh album.

4.10.17

A Completely Biased Ranking of the 60 Best Canadian Indie Rock Songs of the 00s Part II

Apparently, Broken Social Scene and The Wu-Tang Clan aren't so different

4.10.17

Stream of the Crop: 11 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 4/8

The 'Resistance Radio' project and new albums from The New Pornographers and White Reaper top this week's list.

4.7.17

The New Pornographers Soar and Conor Oberst Grows Up: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

The Dean of American Rock Critics takes on The New Pornographers' 'Whiteout Conditions' and Oberst's 'Salutations.'

2.24.17

Hear a Song from the New Pornographers' New Album and Read Our Interview With Carl Newman

The group's seventh full length album, 'Whiteout Conditions,' is out April 7.

7.17.15

What Does Awful Music Think of the Polaris Prize Short List?

We asked Keithcharles Spacebar and Father what they'd pick as the best Canadian album of the year.

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4.27.15

After Losing Her Mother to ALS, Kathryn Calder Looks for a Higher Platform to Speak From

New Pornographer's Kathryn Calder opens up about losing her mother to Lou Gehrig's disease.

12.11.14

We Became City And Colour Fans This Holiday Season

We saw Dallas Green create new fans at his intimate show and we're giving you the chance to see The New Pornographers and Coeur de Pirate this month!

9.29.14

That Was Live: Seeing The New Pornographers And Death From Above 1979 Live In Toronto

We saw one of Toronto's most legendary rock group's perform in one of the city's most storied shopping venues for one unforgettable night.

8.21.14

In Happier Times: The New Pornographers

Frontman Carl Newman discusses the new album, working from home with his family, and the longevity of the legendary Canadian band.

4.30.14

Arcade Fire, deadmau5, and The Great Canadian Genre Chasm

Arcade Fire is entering the stage of their career when they can shake things up, or let the old and outdated dividing lines stay in place.