By the time things finish with “What’s Reality”, you’ll be convinced that everything sounded better in the days of AM radios and Thorens turntables.
Great for picking up some freestyle pointers to avoid vomiting mom’s spaghetti on your sweater.
The most awesome thing about her is that she crafts songs that are as breathtakingly beautiful as they are heartbreakingly poignant.
With Adele, it's the thought that counts.
Because he specializes in downtempo tracks and not club bangers, his beats aren’t likely to set dance floors ablaze.
Vancouver offers a redo of the Levitation festival—and this time, it's at the Commodore.
The Montreal-based band are out to prove just why they’ve been nominated for a Polaris Music Prize, two Junos, and have never set foot on a garbage dump.
Gang Signs labels its music as “chill electronic new wave.” We can be more precise.
Releasing electronic music before you were probably in nappies, Dave Angel is finally making the trip across the pond to Vancouver this Saturday (June 11).
The man might not be able to name an album, but he can certainly work the turntables