Posts Filed Under: Indie-rock
As a Juno host, Bublé was better than Shatner, but then that's not saying much.
With its newest album, Born Ruffians has revolutionized its sound.
A local indie-pop musician's sophomore album is full of powerful, disco-inflected tracks.
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.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
Stock up on 5-Hour Energy and plot the best route between venues, because Canadian Music Week is underway.
The Wavelength Festival may be a teenager, but this past weekend, it showed no signs of angst.
All-ages record store shows and an artist Incubator series are amongst the new additions at this year's edition of Wavelength.
The Scene follows local bands trying to make it in the post-record-sales age.
Two-man indie-pop duo make an EP that's hard to dislike.
The new psych pop band has veteran players, and it shows.
Some Ryerson students are looking for new ways to merge music and visuals with their Violet Sound Sessions.
The dream of '90s power pop is alive on Medallions' new EP.
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.
Now in its third year, the three-day event looks to give Canadian bands a chance to get their music in films from around the world.
A local singer's new '60s-influenced sound is a hit.
Local "art punks" create a great EP with a ridiculous name.
Torontoist sent four writers and one photographer to wander the city for this year's edition of NXNE. Here's what they learned.