How Alice Glass and DVSN Continue to Evolve in the Face of Nostalgia
Red Bull Music Festival’s first stop in Toronto put a spotlight on the constant evolution of the R&B and electroclash artists' creative process.
'Sharp Objects' Composer Alexandra Stréliski Explains Her New Album
The 'Sharp Objects' composer abandons stability to produce her most intimate album yet for 'INSCAPE.'
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Radiohead Is a Cult and Arenas Are Their Church
The band’s long-anticipated return to Toronto was an ideal opportunity to unravel their records' hidden layers.
Just John Makes Like Goku and Breaks Out of His Hyperbolic Chamber on 'DON'
Producer Dom Dias and the Scarborough rapper talk the death of artist-producer collaborations and the value of always supporting your community.
Matthew Progress Is the Rap Evangelist Spreading the Gospel of House Music
Progress is at the forefront of a new wave of rappers who are carving out a unique space in Toronto’s musical narrative.
Ciel's Debut EP 'Peach004' Is a Nebulous Work in Progress
"I didn't want to sell myself short and not try something because I was afraid."
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A Peep Show Turns Violent in Stefana Fratila's Lynchian "Dancing" Video
The Romanian artist's new song addresses rape culture and victim blaming in male-dominated electronic scenes.
This Producer Turned Pokémon Soundtracks Into an Epic Symphony
Jeron Moore wants to challenge audiences' preconceptions of video game music.
20 Artists Pick Their Song of the Summer So Far
Zedd, Roman Flügel, Eclair Fifi, and more tell us what warm weather anthems they can't get enough of.
Ryuichi Sakamoto Survived Cancer and an Earthquake to Make His Most Personal Album to Date
An exclusive interview with the veteran Japanese composer about his latest album 'async.'
Here's 17 Record Stores You Should Visit Before You Die
From Canada to China, our guide to the top destinations for vinyl aficionados.
This Short Doc Highlights the Effects of Gentrification on a City’s Music Scene
CBC film ‘Where’d the Night Go?’ investigates how artists, promoters, and venue owners survive in the face of rising rents