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In true Fiona Apple style, Fetch the Bolt Cutters does not hold back.
By: Amanda McMillan Rumours started swirling about the Strokes meeting with production legend Rick Rubin in 2017, but were shot down by g...
By: Amanda McMillan Katie Crutchfield, better known as Waxahtachee (named after the creek in her home state of Alabama), is back with her...
The Districts have maintained a kind of under the radar appeal despite having made four albums in five years.
Written, recorded, and produced right here in Toronto’s east-end, quietype’s self-titled EP is a delicious mix of R&B, alternative, etc.
BRKN LOVE is a Toronto based rock & roll band fronted by Justin Benlolo, and they most definitely do ROCK.
The Slow Rush
The EP is all about heartbreak and healing scars, something we can all relate to. Xandra opens up to us about her life story and struggles.
See our review of "You're Not Just a Body To Me" by Alex Southey.
Check out our review of the new Wolf Parade album.
In no particular order, check out the top albums of 2019 curated by The Soundtrack team.
After some initial teasers for this album drop, paired beautifully with the stunning film trailers, the much-anticipated soundtrack for Quee
t’s been over four years since we’ve heard from Montreal alt-rock hunks, Half Moon Run.
Today, Boston-based metal band, Ice Nine Kills, unleash their new album, THE SILVER SCREAM: FINAL CUT.
See our review of Surviving by Jimmy Eat World.
It’s been nearly five years to the day since we’ve had a studio release from Canadian alt. rock icon Dallas Green.
Meleina Duterte, aka Jay Som, has a wisdom and a nuanced talent beyond her 25 years, which is something we hear yet again on her third album
Straight from the suburbs of Brampton Ontario, “MARVIN”is a continuation of the story from Mr.A the Martian’s last project.
By: Staff 8/10 Rico Nasty dropped her collaborative album with Kenny Beats (with features from Earthgang, Baauer and SPLURGE) this past T...