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May 23, 2018
The 2018 Billboard Music Awards were handed out on Sunday night, and big winners included Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar, and Taylor S
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Drawing equally from surf rock, Link Wray, Ennio Morricone and Booker T & The MGs, the all-original Toronto instrumental combo Carlo has firmly
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  • Now a major star in her adopted homeland of New Zealand, the Canadian-raised roots singer/songwriter previews a new album with a killer old-school country ballad that'll hit your tear ducts.
  • The highly-touted Toronto duo releases a new full-length, Lush Life, on May 28, preceded by this compelling new single. It showcases the soulful pipes of Alanna Stuart, embedded in a contemporary-sounding production.
  • A smash hit from the 17-year-old's forthcoming debut album is destined to boomerang across radio and pile up a stack of platform streams that will launch her just about anywhere she pleases.
  • Thus Owls
    The acclaimed Montreal combo launches its new DIY imprint with a new track that showcases the pure and haunting voice of Erika Angell. It is gently mesmerising.
  • The Montreal folk-rock songsmith attracted the attention of the Daptone label, and a new album is coming out in its subsidiary Wick. This quasi title cut has a pleasingly psychedelic retro vibe, with Rault's vocals evocative of Marc Bolan.
  • The fun-loving Montreal funk duo is back with another single from an album coming June 15. It confirms both their mastery of the genre and their signature humour.
  • The Canadian country-crossover singer-songwriter has Taylor Swift’s knack for dissecting relationships and delivering a punchline that’s as sweet as a slice of pecan pie.
  • There is a growing body of songs about the tragedy that took place on a lonely stretch of highway outside Tisdale, SK–but this one nails it. Linda Ronstadt couldn’t have captured it better, and that’s saying one heck of a lot.
  • Less bluegrass, more crossover, the single serves as the title track to TWU's just-released 12-track sophomore album featuring their previous top 10 hit, “Shine”.
  • Monowhales – ‘Real Love’ (Independent): This is the second single from the Toronto indie rock band’s June 1 EP release, entitled Control Freak.
  • Youthful as she is, her emotive style borders recognizable torch singers and a barstool of lounge crooners who once romanced audiences with a parcel of lipstick songs in watering holes made famous by the Rat Pack and Raymond Chandler.
  • Matt in March and definitely not in Dartmouth. Pic: Facebook
    This third single from his current album is custom made for in-dash playlists alongside classic road-trip tunes pulled from Damn the Torpedoes and Born to Run.
  • PATM's musical motif can be heard in antecedents such as Soft Cell and Crystal Castles, the accompanying video credits read like a movie-reel, and their production is bijou ne plus ultras.
  • This is a taut, action-packed story-telling song debut that opens with blazing certainty and carries through to the last lick.
  • Roots-rock outfit Crybaby made a splash with a sparkling debut record, Paintings, in 1996. Recently reunited after a long hiatus, they've released this cut from an imminent second album that pairs melancholia-tinged vocals and a resonant guitar twang. Gripping stuff.
  • Gloominess and introspection work like a Dyson Supersonic hair dryer on this barn-burning boom-buster that will have fans knocking back highballs like they were popping peanuts at Moose Winooski’s.
  • The blues is Chicago-style and the musicians load-in like old friends playing without the clock running or implied pressure to create hit songs.
  • Looking like a youthful Peter Frampton at his coiffed best, Canada’s pop poster-boy revels in his inspirations that include Prince, James Brown, and an earlier day Michael Jackson on this intoxicating whirlwind journey of wham-bam exploration.
  • Talk Show Host looking like proud dads following the release of 'We're Not Here To Make Friends'.
    "I Hate Men (I Really Hate Men)" is the latest single from Toronto’s commercially adept punk trio and it's not meant to be ironic. Content aside, this team packs a wallop with a Green Day-like anthem tailored like a bespoke suit for today’s wrenching twist into modern times and gender parity.