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Certainly, there are bands that are more famous, have sold more albums and put on bigger shows, but you'd be hard-pressed to find one that captured a country's attention -- at least 11.7 million of us, according to CBC -- like The Hip did that night in Kingston.
The next big thing in music could be playing at your local university pub.
Girls don't like Rush. That would be the conventional party line from dudes who've gone so deep into "YYZ" drum solos and stereotyping movies like "I Love You, Man" they've lost perspective. Don't tel...
Canada has been a bastion of noise rock 'n' roll for years. So I made a primer for the curious to search out, to listen to and/or place METZ, Japandroids and Fucked Up into context as you grope in the loud dark that is '90s rock. Here are 10 examples of '90s noise outfits from our Great White North.
Woodpigeon's bewitching folk-pop is delicate and catchy -- the sort of music you'd be listening to on a bleak November evening with hot-dogs and camp fires. I met up with Woodpigeon's Mark Hamilton to get his take on the controversial Canadian prime minister, gay lyricism and life in Vienna.