Say hello to 2015’s breakthrough artist, Shamir Bailey: A 20-year-old electro-pop artist from Las Vegas who loves country music
There are no heroes in Lehane’s universe: The good guys are usually merely trying to make the best choice from an array of horrible options.
At this weekend’s Junos in Hamilton, the National Music Centre teamed up with acclaimed photographer Norman Wong
The younger Butler did it! Win’s little bro’s exuberant new side project slices through Arcade Fire’s self-seriousness
Author Anwen Crawford on the potential redemption of grunge’s persona non grata, Courtney Love, and her one undeniable triumph
Sleater-Kinney and their riot grrrl sisters counteract a bad-news year for women
‘We wouldn’t be satisfied if it wasn’t quite as good as our other records’
A Vancouver DJ unearths an untold history of Aboriginal garage bands and psych rock
From Run the Jewels to Owen Pallett, Adrian Lee and Michael Barclay name their five favourite albums from 2014
The Vancouver record collector on the still-pertinent revolutionary messages of long-lost Aboriginal-Canadian music
One of the advantages of age is being able to laugh at your own youth –which Cockburn does in his new memoir.
The winner of the 2014 Giller Prize expounds on the thin line between fact and fiction, and the value of the digital world
Tagaq’s Polaris performance was a bigger victory than her actual win
Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq beat out Drake to win best Canadian album regardless of genre or sales