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Polaris Prize Winner Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slam Polaris Prize

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 09.24.2013 | Canada Music

Music-lovers and the Canadian music industry came together at the Polaris Music Prize Gala to celebrate and reward the best Canadian album of the past...

WATCH: Live Stream The Polaris Music Prize Gala

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 09.23.2013 | Canada Music

The Polaris Music Prize, celebrating the best Canadian album of the past year, throws itself a huge annual party with nominee performing while the Gra...

Who Will Win The 2013 Polaris Prize?

HuffPost Canada Music | Posted 09.20.2013 | Canada Music

The Polaris Music Prize, a not-for-profit organization celebrating the best Canadian album of the past year, is gearing up to reward one Canadian act ...

Polaris Prize Short List Revealed

HuffPost Canada Music | Joshua Ostroff | Posted 07.17.2013 | Canada Music

The Polaris Prize short list was revealed today in Toronto, with ten releases up for Canada's critic-voted best album music prize and a chance to win ...

Drake, Arcade Fire, Grimes Nominated For Music Video Prism Prize

Huffington Post Music Canada | Jason MacNeil | Posted 02.14.2013 | Canada Music

Arcade Fire, Grimes, Drake and Metz are some of the nominees for the inaugural Prism Prize honoring the top Canadian music video of the year based on ...

Danko Jones' Guide To Canadian Noise Bands

Danko Jones | Posted 02.06.2013 | Canada Music
Danko Jones

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.

METZ Bring Hope to the Music Biz

Danko Jones | Posted 12.19.2012 | Canada Music
Danko Jones

Outlasting your own scene can make you feel both lonely and invincible with a dash of bitterness. I'm managing to keep the bitterness at bay, although you'd have to ask my eye-rolling bandmates if I'm succeeding. If METZ is the beginning of things to come, perhaps the pendulum will swing back to a time before monikers like "hipster" were divisively implemented.