I am on-location in London, Ontario and the 2019 JUNO weekend is well underway.
2018 brought incredible new music from some of my all-time favourite artists.
Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer does for the Information Age what Ziggy Stardust did for the space age – namely, weave the concerns of the day into a radical tale of identity, repression, and rebellion.
Courtney Barnett’s sophomore album Tell Me How You Really Feel is confessional rock record that retains the Australian singer-guitarist’s gift for wit and wordplay.
Firepower, the latest offering from heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest, is nothing short of epic.
Dear Rouge’s sophomore effort is a stylish collection of new wave-tinged electro-rock.
A theme of solidarity runs through Arkells’ latest record, a collection of rock anthems about love, righteous anger, and community.
Can’t get down to Parliament Hill this Canada Day? Here are 15.1 albums by Canadian artists to check out on Canada’s 151st anniversary (ranked chronologically):
In honour of International Women’s Day, check out this selection of music by badass female artists.
Attending a concert should not feel like going through airport security. Rock stars, keep your hands off my cell phone.
This Christmas season, The Fulcrum published a feature on must-see quirky Christmas specials. You can read the full article here; below is my contribution, on the virtues of Community‘s classic “Regional Holiday Music:”