Three Hospitalized After Pusha-T Show in Toronto Erupts Into Onstage Brawl
The rapper was unharmed in the incident. After returning to the stage, he said that people had been "paid" to disrupt the event.
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We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 23
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Metric’s Emotional “Dressed to Suppress” Is a Riff-Heavy Ride
The Toronto band interrogates the foils of social performance and playing it fake when it comes to love.
How Music Communities Can Survive Their Leaders' Alleged Misconduct
Directors at Toronto's Wavelength concert series and Ottawa's Arboretum Music Festival have stepped aside, leading to questions about how these scenes can move forward.
Ray Hammond Uses His Lineage of Reggae Royalty to Be "Free" In Rap
The Brampton rapper, great-grandnephew of reggae icon Beres Hammond, talks about his new video and growing up in a family where music is the main way of life.
Luna Li Is Grim for the Summer in “Silver Into Rain” Video
The Toronto indie rock group’s newest single is a stunner that captures the unique feel of a sad warm season.
Great Lake Swimmers Bring It Back to the Beginning on “Alone But Not Alone”
The Canadian band’s newest single from their forthcoming record, 'The Waves, The Wake,' is a breezy 60s inspired track that’s more than meets the eye.
Feel Good About Feeling Bad with Surf Dads' 'Long Weekend' EP
The depressingly fun Saskatchewan rockers are like if BoJack Horseman fronted Weezer.
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Daniel Caesar's Tiny Desk Concert Is Like a Fancy Dinner but Way More Hype
The Torontonian singer's lush neo-soul thrives in NPR's unplugged settings.
Toronto Police Are Investigating a Comedic Rap Video for Being Too Violent
The Toronto Transit Commission wants "NYEAH EH" by comedian 6ixreacts removed from YouTube for "extreme violence" jokingly threatened against its transit workers.
Snotty Nose Rez Kids Fight the Trans Mountain Pipeline with "The Warriors"
The Vancouver rap duo share a new video and song that's "a call to action" against the Canadian federal government's desecration of indigenous lands.
Catching Up With the Directors of Daniel Caesar's Prism Prize Winning Video
Caesar's "Freudian, A Visual" won the Audience Award at the ceremony last week, so we spoke to Sean Brown and Keavan Yazdani about their experiences making the video.
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