Wednesday, December 5 2012
From extraordinary singer-songwriters to blistering punk, experimental electronica to shimmery pop, this list demonstrates something of the breadth of talent, and the range of possibilities being explored in Canadian music today.
Friday, December 19 2008
PopMatters presents our 60 best albums of 2008, highlighted by the return of British trip-hop legends and some infectious American indie rock by way of the Cascade Mountains.
Thursday, December 18 2008
It did seem -- perhaps because of the genre's traditional real-world concerns -- like a lot of the year's best Americana releases sensed the storm clouds gathering.
Monday, January 16 2012
Canadian singer-songwriter Edwards delivers a confusing album co-produced by her current romantic partner, none other than current indie rock "It Boy", Justin Vernon of Bon Iver.
Friday, January 30 2009
Perfect, or about as close to it as I’ve ever seen.
Tuesday, March 4 2008
Canada's best export is back with ballsy roots rock, murder ballads, and Wayne Gretzky analogies. It doesn't get much better than this, folks.
Monday, March 14 2005
Kathleen Edwards picks up right where she left off, offering up an album that sometimes drags, but redeems itself with smart lyrics and a winning formula with a track record.
Wednesday, April 16 2003
Thursday, July 12 2012
This is probably a dumb idea. But, here is what I expect to make the Polaris Prize's Short List.
Friday, January 16 2009
Kathleen Edwards is slowly becoming one of today's great songwriters. Sad stories are not her only strength. In the background is a wry sense of humor and critical eye for the subtle issues of her characters that makes her a songwriting force.
Monday, April 30 2012
MINNEAPOLIS — Even before she moved to west-central Wisconsin to be with her suddenly famous boyfriend last year, Kathleen Edwards knew enough about canoeing and…
Tuesday, April 8 2008
Canadian singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards covers a lot of lyrical ground on her third studio release, "Asking for Flowers." "The Cheapest Key" is a witty put-down…