Posts Filed Under: “Sound Advice”
Toronto MC's laid-back, introspective album deserves your attention.
Harangue's debut full-length captures the energy and intelligence of its live show.
Artist-producer Slakah the Beatchild can be described in one word: underrated.
Organic and urgent, this double-edged record ultimately unites its light and dark sides.
The industrial duo's latest album tests the boundaries of their genre.
The Dying Arts deftly balance power with delicacy, and violence with tenderness.
On its fourth full-length album, Toronto's favourite post-hardcore band manages to honour its roots and keep experimenting.
Some records encourage you to get lost in them; Communion insists upon it.
Toronto folk-metal doomsters explore the feminine divine in their latest record.
Simple Chemistry is a lot of things, but EDM isn't one of them.
With this icy and ambient debut, Calufrax lives up to the "mean little planet" of its name.
Local post-punk act makes virtue out of necessity and embraces new, drum–machine driven sound.
By annihilating their individual identities, the members of this black metal project find a common, if alien, voice.
Toronto hardcore outfit Pretty Mouth explores the limits of both chaos and restraint.
The latest mixtape by the much-hyped local MC shows promise, but is bogged down by filler.
The debut release from Toronto's Biblical is a surprising, powerful, and elemental record.
The second album from local synthpop outfit Trust is simultaneously very good and not quite good enough.