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Amber Mark Knows a Thing or Two About Using Music as Therapy
The New Yorker talks moving forward from grieving her mother's death on her debut EP, with next month's bossa nova-inflected 'Conexão.'
Jim Bryson's Remote Home Studio Is the Secret Backbone of Canadian Music
For years, Bryson has been riding shotgun to some of Canada’s most prolific music acts from Kathleen Edwards to Tragically Hip.
We Talked To G Herbo About How He's Accidentally Running Rap in 2018
The Chicago rapper talks about sparking the "Who Run It" challenge and the missteps he made for his debut album, 'Humble Beast.'
Respire's "Bound" Is the Emotional Post-Rock and Screamo Epic We Deserve
We talk to the Toronto "post-everything" orchestral skramz-shoegaze band about their supremely cathartic new song, as well as how they're defending the inclusivity of DIY spaces.
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Hard to Kill's Self-Titled Album Is Rap for Surviving Anything
We talk to Toronto rappers Teddy Fantum and G Milla about their romantically dark debut tape, the nuances of local slang, and George Michael's "Careless Whisper."
Is Okay Kaya Living in Pop Music's Future?
The 27-year-old singer has the potential to be the next biggest thing in music. With her upcoming album 'Both,' can she do it?
Hop Along Is Finally Embracing Its Feminine Voice
Frontwoman Frances Quinlan talks about how the band's new album 'Bark Your Head Off, Dog' sees her finding confidence in her identity.
An Initially Awkward Then Lovely First Date with Sigrid
After a wobbly start with the rising Norwegian popstar, we were soon chatting about small-town life, dad rock and… kangaroos.
Julien Baker Is Quietly Getting Louder
As the 22-year-old singer songwriter tours the world off her incredible sophomore record 'Turn Out the Lights,' she is plotting what's next.
Faiza Makes R&B About the Audacity of Being a Black Girl
The artist's debut EP 'Audacity' tells stories of infatuation and money-making while melding new-age R&B with the genre’s traditional sensibilities.
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