Posts Filed Under: “Sound Advice”
Local rap scene stalwarts Adam Bomb, Rich Kidd, and Tona team up and get dark on their new mixtape.
Ol' Time Moonshine has distilled something potent into its debut release.
It's not easy to balance hip-hop artistry with a faithful summary of Doctor Who, but More or Les manages to make it happen.
Eclectic production, '50s-inspired vocals, and heartache from one of Toronto's most interesting young singers.
The debut release from these aggressive Toronto newcomers fuses progressive, sludge, and blackened grunge with startling results.
Hemsworth's eclectic nerdiness makes this new full-length a success.
A great debut from Toronto's most hyped young punks.
The new solo EP from Clara Venice is a delightful puzzle, but ultimately can't be solved.
Toronto's R&B star-in-waiting delivers a raw, vulnerable magnum opus.
Simone Schmidt's new solo project goes right for the throat.
Greg McEvoy's debut EP evokes Springsteen and Neil Young.
Drake's latest album is far and away his best.
The Weeknd's major-label debut brings changes, but don't worry: he's still both high and sad.
Matt Cully and Misha Bower's new project wrestles with darkness.
This DJ Drama-endorsed mixtape proves that Tory Lanez is ready for the big time.
A noisy, gloriously anaesthetic debut from some Toronto-based rockers.
Loi Do fits nicely into Toronto's long tradition of noisy two-person rock acts.
Rich Kidd doesn't disappoint on his latest summer mixtape.