The Vancouver punks deconstruct their new LP ‘Island’ and open up about their break and why you should always stick by the people you love.Read More
The Toronto foursome talk to Rebecca Milner about 'Somedays', word wizardry, and turning smaller projects into bigger realities.
The rock critic gets in-depth about his new book, Fleetwood Mac, Robert Plant, holograms, and whether classic rock has an expiration date.Read More
The last Warped in Toronto was a sun-kissed dip into sets from ETID, Sum 41, Underoath, Senses Fail, Silverstein, Knuckle Puck, and more.Read More
Bonnaroo kicked up its own hit of early summer goodness with names such as Paramore, Khalid, Sheryl Crow, Playboi Carti, and Denzel Curry.Read More
The New York artist discusses his EPs, growing up on Madlib and Pharrell, and how a personal epiphany helped him embrace his true self.Read More
The Swedish pop queen previews her new album ‘so sad so sexy’ with a pair of singles produced by Rostam, Jeff Bhasker, Malay, and T-Minus.Read More
The Brighton legends nailed their set up north while showing they're still bent on kissing your soul with riffs.
The Flatliners turned an average weekender into a uplifting punk rock quinceañera that split open ‘Cavalcade’, ‘Dead Language’, and so much more.
The National’s midsummer bash in Toronto with Jenny Lewis, Julien Baker and Father John Misty was a gorgeous and much needed tug on the soul.
The West London heroes caused a ruckus at The Mod Club — splitting heads with numbers from ‘Come Of Age’ and this year’s ‘Combat Sports’.
The Toronto via Australia producer’s latest heart trip was made for impromptu make-out sessions.
The Brooklyn ensemble’s debut single is a slice of dream pop that will catch you right in your feels.
The Los Angeles fivesome’s new one is a poignant punk rock ripper that’ll take your heart for a spin.