An interview with the Colombian-Canadian singer about her prize-winning album, fat-shaming, racism and hope.
The Montreal artist crafts his own beat.
As a poet and a frontman, the Tragically Hip singer has proven to be an MC — a Master of Ceremonies and mic controller.
The renowned throat-singer speaks about her hopes for the resolution of this issue and the future of native people in Canada.
We spoke to POP Montreal cofounder Peter Rowan about his latest endeavour: the Greville Tapes Music Club.
We spoke to the Toronto musician about A Hound at the Hem, rereleased internationally by NYC’s DFA Records.
Hosted by the homie Jay Baruchel, the Polaris gala features performances by six nominated artists, and the awarding of Best Canadian Album of 2013-2014.
Watch “Wait Up for You,” a made-in-Montreal video by the Vancouver-based dark-pop band (playing Osheaga next week).
A year after the flood that devastated the city and its festival of cool music, the week-long event (Cow-Town’s answer to Pop Montreal) went down almost perfectly.
We spoke to Hidden Cameras singer Joel Gibb about the band’s new album & its polar opposite: the all-star Canadiana record he’ll release next year.