This long-awaited release proves there’s nothing wrong with never changing.
For many Saskatonians — lifelong or otherwise — there is a weird compulsion to dislike the Sheepdogs.
Aloof Edmonton innovator Sean Nicholas Savage certainly impresses with his twelfth studio release.
Eight years after the release of their sophomore album, F O R T R E S S, Miniature Tigers are back with a full LP of home-recorded reference works.
Sometimes you get tired of your hyper-obscure, SoundCloud-rapper go-tos. Sometimes, all you need is a pop soundtrack to vibe to.
You might not have heard of this one. In the past month, the ever enigmatic Daniel Romano released not one but two full-length LPs.
It’s only got two tracks — but who really wants to sit down and listen to a full-length holiday album, anyway?
At the typical record-release rate, musicians put out an album every couple of years. It’s an impressive feat when artists manage to put out albums yearly.
Medicine Songs, out since Nov. 10, is a personal, powerful compilation of tracks, new and old. This is an important release labelled “songs for the resistance.”
George van den Broek — the man behind the Yellow Days moniker — discovers an infectious strain of neosoul with his first full-length release, Is Everything Okay in Your World?