Friday, June 14 2013
Torrential rains on the first day caused Friday to end early and left the Governors Ball grounds very very muddy. But throughout the weekend, music from Kanye, Cut Copy and several other bands made trudging through the sloppy field worthwhile.
Tuesday, April 16 2013
When Kevin Drew co-founded Arts & Crafts, his label was intended simply as a way to get out the music of his band, Broken Social Scene. Now, ten years later, Drew gives PopMatters an unflinching look at the ups and downs of running one of the most influential labels out there today.
Tuesday, July 24 2012
The first day of Pitchfork delivered a broad sampling of genres from art rock to hip-hop and was capped by a surprisingly muscular set from Feist.
Sunday, October 2 2011
The sunniness of "1234" has left the building, and if the majority of Metals is any indication, Feist's musical journey has taken a turn for the dark.
Friday, October 8 2010
Mersereau's likeable follow-up to The Top 100 Canadian Albums is another portrait of Canadian pop culture that's as eccentric as it is argument-instigating.
Sunday, May 2 2010
Broken Social Scene is back and they've stumbled upon their second straight-up masterpiece. Plain and simple.
Monday, December 14 2009
Artist/producer PC Muñoz mines for gems and grills the greats.
Thursday, September 3 2009
The annual compilation from the indie-groove maestros Sonar Kollektiv features more of the same coffeehouse pop that last year's edition had, but some new bands and a delightful Feist cameo still make it a fine listen.
Friday, July 17 2009
Sunday, March 1 2009
In its 20th year and in the hands of the National's Dessner Brothers, Red Hot delivers another compilation