Formerly known as the Bumpin’ Uglys, the group is a driving force in the lives of its members.
The rapper’s final release in his 2016 collection captures everything that’s unique about his recent sound.
The harpist's captivating music is easy to apprehend, yet possessed of an emotional strength that invites repeated investigation.
The local label's latest highlights some of the most hyperactive songs of the year.
Bruce Wilson's latest is the result of trying to re-create a lost journal that apparently documented a heap of tough times.
Though rarely seen, the titular figure from the Evaporators’ new Ogopogo Punk LP is one of B.C.’s most high-profile living legends.
Time and space are generally in flux for the guys in Japandroids.
Change is important, and that’s something Debra-Jean Creelman seems to have seized upon with her Railtown Sessions Volume 4.
It’s been a long, strange trip for the group since its 2011 Juno Award win.
You won’t mind Momma pinning these Mi’ens to your ears.