We highlight the best bets of Toronto’s NXNE — including Harrison, Saya, Sean Leon, U.S. Girls, lemin., swim good now, Shagabond, and more.
We list off the Toronto festival’s best kept secrets — including Hinds, Lolo Zouaï, Helena Deland, Surf Dads, Kae Sun, Rolling Blackouts + more.
Featuring 40 new faces from the 2018 lineup — including G Flip, Stella Donnelly, Faye Webster, Not3s, Duckwrth, Gus Dapperton, and more.
The New York trio get into their favourite alt and hardcore records — including classic works from Bear vs. Shark and Circle Takes The Square.
Here are our selects for the year’s best LPs, incl. Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Lorde, Tennis, Wolf Alice, Mac DeMarco, Diet Cig, and Brockhampton.
Our annual list of gift ideas is back and this time it includes comics, books, pins, coffee makers, makeup sets, and a whole mess of vinyl records.
Annika Henderson & Martin Thulin dissect their favourite psych rock records — incl. LPs from the likes of Nico, The Doors, and Jefferson Airplane.
MGMT are back and their new video is an offbeat indie murder mystery that’s so goth it’s Tumblr.
We ring in the fall weather with a run-through of the week’s new releases — incl. LPs from Citizen, Cults, Yumi Zouma, Wolf Parade, and more.
Twist’s Laura Hermiston discusses her favourite songwriters of all-time — including the likes of Prince, Feist, ABBA, Dolly Parton, and more.
The duo have detailed their collaborative LP and shared a new jam that’s raw and unfiltered.
With WayHome Festival set to take over Burl’s Creek, we highlight the best of the best — incl. Frank Ocean, Solange, Mura Masa, and more.
With Governors Ball set to kick off New York’s “Music Month”, we highlight the best of the best — incl. Tool’s return and the A+ female acts.
Filmed in Sofia, Bulgaria, MØ’s new music video is a beautiful reflection of unity and friendship.
We highlight this year’s best kept secrets, incl. Xavier Omar, Frigs, Casper Skulls, The Beaches, Weaves, Beliefs, Japanese Breakfast, and more.
Frank’s new collaboration with Jay Z & Tyler The Creator hits 10 speeds: “Arm stretch a tee like I nailed it… Shirt in the breeze like I’m sailin'”
On LP #4, David Longstreth skips the sad white guy shtick for a glitchy pop escape that weirds itself into a VR port of ‘808s & Heartbreak’.
Sampha’s debut effort is a foggy and minimalist take on futuristic soul and it distinctly sketches a guy that’s just trying to unpack his sorrow.