Win Butler and Co. dazzle with an intimate warm up set ahead of their upcoming summer festival dates.
Canadian indie rock
Proof that love does, in fact, stink.
Canadian indie rockers’ final record features great hooks, but mostly feels lifeless.
The sound of a band learning to work together again and finding that they aren’t as rusty as they might think.
An extremely early performance by the necessant band in Toronto.
While their contemporaries have changed or fallen away, Montreal-based indie rockers further hone their sound.
Something to hold you over until her new box set arrives
A crash course before Poison Season drops next week.
Wolf Eyes, Frog Eyes, and Clams Casino — an unusual buffet, but an exhilarating bunch of tunes.
The Winnipeg outfit say bye bye after 18 years.
The Canadian singer-songwriter scraps his largely acoustic formula for a new, knotty direction.
A jangly single from Canadian quartet’s self-titled debut.