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I Went On a Really Creepy First Date with Lynn Gunn from PVRIS

How’re haunted church ruins and a Victorian operating theatre for romance?
Hannah Ewens
12.13.17
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Montreal’s Corridor Confronts Compulsive Behavior in “Coup d'épée”

French pop rock is life
Devin Pacholik
6.1.17
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An Overdue Conversation on Why African-Canadians Are Often Forgotten In Toronto's Music Narrative

"The identity of black people became a lot more of 'oh you must be from the islands' because of the influx of black people that came around the seventies" - Brooke Blackburn
Jabbari Weekes
2.28.17
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"White Music for Black People": How the Veldt Are Helping to Shape a New Racially Inclusive Music Scene

The logical question for most would be: How can we fix this? Simply by listening.
Griffin Elliot
5.11.16
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Being Human and Being in Love Sucks in Wake Island's 'Kinect'-Rendered Video "Never Entirely There"

The Montreal band uses 3D imagery to capture love in a new way.
Byron Yan
5.4.16
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PREMIERE: Bateau Noir Bring The Noise And Confrontational Silence for Their 'Self-Titled' Album

The Montreal five-piece return with in-your-face, instrumental punk rock.
Byron Yan
4.28.16
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Niagara Alt-Rock Outfit Heavy Hearts Find "Bliss" and a Lot of Noise For Their New Track

Listen to the Canadian band's blissfully haunting new track.
Byron Yan
4.21.16
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PREMIERE: Darcys Ditch the Art-Rock And Go Big With The Pop-Minded "Miracle"

The Toronto band also talk shedding their alternative roots and how change in sound doesn't mean a "shitty album."
Cam Lindsay
4.20.16
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Listen to Rarity's Abrasive Blend of Punk And Post Hardcore For Debut LP 'I Couldn't Be Weaker'

The five piece from Hamilton, Ontario debuts their LP filled with a potent dose of loud.
Byron Yan
4.12.16
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Canadian Rock Icons Sloan Talk Commemorating A 20 Year Old Classic in 'One Chord to Another'

In their 25th year, the four-piece recognizes that their fans – both new and old – can’t get enough of the golden oldies.
Cam Lindsay
4.11.16
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Travel Back To The 1950s with Thin Blue Line's "Tungsten Fields"

The Montreal band want you to remember the simpler times.
Byron Yan
4.7.16
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Don't Call It a Side Project: Dan Boeckner Talks Juggling Roles in Operators and Wolf Parade

Boeckner tells us about his conflicted feelings living in the U.S. and hints on what to expect with new Wolf Parade.
Cam Lindsay
3.15.16