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Indie Music

Canadian indie rockers Mother Mother perform “Baby Boy” on their 2017 album “No Culture”.
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Canadian music producer Gavin Brown sits down with Vancouver Island indie rockers Mother Mother to talk about how the group has stayed together for over 10 years.
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If you're a fan of the iconic musical duo, Indigo Girls, then like me, you have a version of yourself that you can't help but launch straight back to the very second you hear the first note of one of their vintage songs. For me, it's a sunburned, cutoff-wearing, 19-year-old version.
As the summer draws to a close, we look forward only to the rigidity of back-to-school bro-fests organized by student unions. The life of a touring musician is far from glamorous, summer festivals or winter club shows. But at the end of the day that adrenaline rush of playing a show -- any show -- makes it all worthwhile.
It's easy to take Toronto-­based indie rockers The Meligrove Band for granted. After all, high school friends Mike Small
Language adapts over time. Much like "lame" does not refer to a person who cannot walk any longer, "indie music" does not
Polaris Prize-nominee Mac DeMarco has been known to have an unpredictable stage presence, but police at a California university
For three years now, Arcade Fire's towering Texan brothers Win and Will Butler have organized a fundraiser basketball game
Jenny Lewis, the groove-singing lineal descendant to Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie, former member of Rilo Kiley, one-half
2014 is half over, and even though there are still some upcoming releases for the back nine of the calendar that are sure
After being suspended as a crossing guard for appearing in a Born Ruffians video wearing her uniform, Kathleen Byers quit
Born Ruffians made a music video featuring a popular dancing crossing guard in Toronto. But sadly all that completely harmless
Owen Pallett wants it known that while new album 'In Conflict,' out May 27 via Secret City, is his most revealing and personal
At 11 pm sharp Brody Dalle took the stage of the Horseshoe . And by took, I mean took. Two songs in and Dalle's full-throated
Current Swell, an indie-rock quartet from Victoria, B.C., have been building up momentum in the music world over the past
The title of Annie Clark's debut album under the St. Vincent moniker, 2007's "Marry Me," was taken from a quote by "Arrested
Deciding what to do next after a critically acclaimed album can be a difficult task for a band, especially these days. For
Arcade Fire's stunning "Afterlife" video, which we declared last fall was "better than most 2013 movies," was named the the
Arcade Fire's Win Butler very busy on stage but the musician had the decency to halt a Cleveland gig Sunday night to help
At the height of Rob Ford's crack scandal last fall, Toronto's ever-up-for-it mayor flew off to Texas to party. Or to be