Posts Filed Under: “electronic music”
The industrial duo's latest album tests the boundaries of their genre.
Simple Chemistry is a lot of things, but EDM isn't one of them.
Three Toronto-based acts are up for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize.
Tre Mission tackles new sounds and new subject matter on his new free album. Just don't call it a mixtape.
This year's Luminato music line-up features everything from "audio drag" to Chinese reggae.
Ryan Hemsworth and Blue Hawaii top a small, but strong, list of electronic artists.
Apparently "molly grit" is a genre now. This is what it sounds like.
The second half of CMW featured a little bit of everything—and by "everything" we mean rowdy jazz, couples crowdsurfing, and terrible awards-show jokes.
A new electronic-music event series will combine international acts and custom visuals.
The Scarborough-based duo returns with sharper rapping, but the same great hooks and production.
All-ages record store shows and an artist Incubator series are amongst the new additions at this year's edition of Wavelength.
Local producer Basic Soul Unit makes dance music sexy again.
A roundup of this year's best local releases.
Two-man indie-pop duo make an EP that's hard to dislike.
The synth-punk duo's new album is ever so slightly less aggressive than their previous work.
A new effort from Toronto's John O'Reagan manages to be simultaneously angry, sad, sexy, and danceable.
Feist may have won this year's Polaris Prize, but the gala was as much about showcasing talent as it was giving away giant cheques.