House music veteran Destructo graced Toronto's Maison Mercer with an electrifying set on May 12, 2017, as part of his "Renegade 2.0" tour.
This EP is certainly a delight, even if we don’t know how Prince really would have felt about it; neither Prince’s estate or his label, Universal Music Group, were involved in its release.
Kendrick is a once-in-a-lifetime type of artist, and after such a release, he doesn’t need to stay humble.
Overall, "Meditation" is a catchy, buoyant track; a perfect addition to a summer playlist. Read our review of this catchy track here...
Overall, "Who’s That Girl?" is a fun, upbeat party song. Not the most profound of Jammz’s material, but sure to be played on repeat for days on end.
Urban poet Joey Bada$$ has done it again; his new song "Land of the Free" is beautiful, heart-wrenching, and highly relevant to today's tumultuous political climate.
Stormzy is an intriguing, multifaceted artist, and this album, Gang Signs & Prayer, is a strong proclamation of his talent.
Cadence Weapon is another up-and-comer from Canada’s burgeoning hip-hop scene, and his new single "My Crew (Woooo)" is a fun little bop.
THEY.'s authentic, provocative sound is a welcome addition to the scene. Nü Religion: Hyena is sure to be one of this year’s strongest debuts.
The Sadies' Northern Passages is a strong new release that remains highly reminiscent of The Sadies’ classic sound.
Pelander is the solo project of Magnus Pelander, lead singer of Swedish doom metal band Witchcraft. Pelander’s debut album, Time, was released on October 21,2016.
The two new tracks are quintessentially LoG, with technical instrumentals, shredding riffs, Blythe’s signature abrasive scream, and an undeniable thrash influence.