A Vancouver underground-country vet makes one of the great records of the year.
The writer behind Rihanna's hit "Cheers (Drink to That) as well as tracks for the Backstreet Boys and Christina Aguilera “doesn’t need any fucking favours.”
In this edition, we bring you five songs about moms and dads and the things they do to mess up their kids. Oh, and the things they do right, too, of course.
The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter draws on his American roots for Mississippi Live.
It’s possibly a bit of understatement to say that 2018 was an interesting one for Josh Karpeh.
Reel to Real Records launches this week with recordings by two legendary musicians.
We speak to a local legend prior to the reunion of a seminal UK post-punk band.
Welcome once again to Five Songs About, our new weekly (maybe) feature in which we pick a topic and then dig through music history to fin
The Vancouver-based art-pop quintet’s second full-length album is called Techincolour Education.
SPOILER ALERT: people don't tend to write songs about the music biz when they're feeling good about it.
You can officially call yourself a music-scene veteran when someone wants to assemble everything you've ever recorded and re-release it a
Drake and Post Malone owned Spotify this year, but $200 and a classic 160 GB iPod says that neither of them would last 30 seconds in an alley with Rico Nasty or Cardi B.