“Julia Take Your Man Home” is a track from the band’s forthcoming album Thin Mind.
An interview with singer Dominic Berthiaume about the band’s exceptional new album.
Producer Steve Albini take Ottawa’s (already great) Metz to the next level.
Downtown Boys are the premiere punk band of the moment.
Elephant Stone singer & sitarist to the stars Rishi Dhir interviews one of his ’90s alt-rock heroes, Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs, who’ve released their first record in 15 years.
The Ruby Suns’ Christopher is far from your average break-up record, plus a new track by local quintet Young Galaxy and an exclusive video by fellow Montrealers Wake Island (formerly known as Intensive Care).
The long-awaited new record from ailing Doomtree rapper P.O.S., plus a new track by Four Tet (remixed by Jamie XX) and a video by Melbourne indie-folk act Husky.
The shimmering garage rock of this L.A. band’s debut album I Will Be made a deep impression on me. Seeing them live a couple of times, at Il Motore last winter and more recently at Osheaga, cemented my feeling that they’re brilliant ambassadors for that classic cross-section of girl group* and garage rock. (*That they’re an all-girl group is irrelevant — granted, dudes would not look good in those tights. One of my favourite bands of the moment, the Drums, is a boy band that works the girl group angle. So to clarify, I refer to the Motown and Motown-adjacent girl group style.)