Pool by Porches

"The quiet ones are who you should worry about." An acquaintance once told me this so I could acknowledge the dangers of both extroverts...

Adore Life by Savages

The Greek film Dogtooth frames the world outside home as a place that will tear one apart. Kittens become imagined as bloodthirsty creatures, the...

I AM LONO: New Music & An Interview With Matthew Stephen Cooper

What do you do when you share an obsession for The Doors, John Carpenter, and Hunter S. Thompson?  You form a band of course! I...

Leave Me Alone by Hinds

My fridge contains a two-year-old can of Pabst Blue Ribbon (one I dared myself to pour over my head if Alvvays had won the...

An Interview With Brad Ketchen of Hollowphonic

Hollowphonic, the ambient Shoegaze-infused space rock creation of Brad Ketchen, has been an understated but steadily growing force in Toronto's music scene.  Since its inception in...

Sprained Ankle by Julien Baker

There was a time in high school when I crafted a playlist specifically with songs to mope over. The act of purposely feeling gloomy...

Pagans In Vegas by Metric

It was the rainy day before Synthetica's release, and Metric saw their fans facing the waters in front of Toronto's Corus building with headstrong...

Fading Frontier by Deerhunter

Tyrion Lannister once said: "Never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor and it can never be...

Have You In My Wilderness by Julia Holter

"My first thought was / There are so many days of rain / In Mexico City / A good reason to go / You...

Ruff by Born Ruffians

Midland, Ontario musicians Born Ruffians are back with the almost self-titled album Ruff, their fifth studio album released via Paper Bag Records, who have...

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