Canadian super collective hit the stage for the first time in 2017.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The Canadian super collective’s first new recording in seven years.
Canadian indie songstress speaks with Beats 1 Radio’s Zane Lowe.
Inaugural lineup boasts Tom Petty, Mumford and Sons, Weezer, Broken Social Scene, The Shins, and more.
Do Make Say Think announce first album in eight years, Stubborn Persistent Illusions, share two new songs — listen
Toronto post-rock purveyors are back with the follow-up to 2009’s Other Truths.
Annual event put on by Arts & Crafts Records also promises Thundercat, Portugal. the Man, BadBadNotGood, and Cloud Nothings.
Lorde, Alabama Shakes, MGMT, Broken Social Scene, Liam Gallagher Father John Misty, The Shins, and many more.
Pavement’s Spiral Stairs announces first album in eight years, featuring members of The National, Broken Social Scene
Plus, check out the video for lead single “Dance (Cry Wolf)” featuring Jason Lytle of Grandaddy.
Here’s a stack of reasons to get totally pumped up for the new year.
Broken Social Scene decided to regroup in wake of 2015 Paris terror attacks, new album could surface next summer
Canadian super collective is readying first album in six years.
Plus: Bon Iver, The xx, Van Morrison, Grace Jones, Solange, Run the Jewels, Miguel, Mac DeMarco, Japandroids, and many more.
“I hate to tell you, but it’s time for school.” — Sally Brown, Peanuts