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The new EP from the Toronto-based singer and songwriter is dreamy, minimalistic, and darkly experimental.
Sometimes judging a record by its album art is the best idea in the universe.
The Toronto-based vocalist's new album is a soulful, introspective, and artistically daring project.
The Toronto-based ambient drone duo's sophomore effort is both beautiful and devastating.
The Toronto-based singer's latest EP proves R&B and soul are alive and well in Canada.
The genre-bending local band delivers a difficult but rewarding new album.
The Saskatchewan-raised, Toronto-based rapper delivers an old-school ode to hip hop.
The local space rock trio go exploring on their expansive sophomore album.
The local hip-hop artist delivers a short and sweet album that will leave you wanting more.
The Toronto doom metallers trade icy slush for searing sludge on their full-length debut.
The social activist's latest mix of hip hop and soul is a musically fearless exercise in positive thinking.
The Toronto artist's latest EP is a delicious, moody slice of R&B that you might have overlooked.
The winners of the Wacken Metal Battle are ready for war once again with this sword-rattling epic.
Toronto producer Tre Mission took his talents to the U.K. and came back with a fresh perspective on Canadian hip-hop.
New record from local folk metallers starts off cheeky and riotous, but becomes increasingly grand and spooky.
The Toronto duo offer up breezy, R&B-tinged pop on their new EP.
This drone and classical collaboration embodies an eerie, icy threat.
Toronto MC's laid-back, introspective album deserves your attention.