Destructo's forceful remixes and collaborations, bridging the gap between hip-hop and EDM, charged the room and filled the air with electricity.
This Old Dog, the Canadian singer-songwriter’s third full-length album, demonstrates a maturity and sense of wisdom not previously overheard in his music.
Gloriously psychedelic, the Australian psych-rockers’ latest album The Weather will appeal to new and old fans alike.
Toronto-based indie rockers Fast Romantics’ latest album, American Love, combines deceptively effortless vocals with simple beats to create a catalogue of political love songs.
From the names to the beats, Genocity creates the sense of a sci-fi movie without the need for accompanying visuals.
Although the album provides a dreamy soundtrack to a rainy day—and even, in its best moments, approaches a universal melancholy—it doesn’t express anything that hasn’t been said before.
Local Natives' Toronto show was fun and danceable with a feminist, political undertone—who can ask for more?
"HEAVN," the latest release by French electronic duo Medusa In My Knickers, is the kind of song you’d expect to hear as you walk in the door of a haunted house.
Iowa City-based indie rockers Halfloves’ new single “Wrong Songs” starts off sexy and a little eerie. If the rest of their next album is this solid, I can’t wait to hear it.