The Vancouver-based young indie rocker has an admirable spirit or self-production.
Yes, there’s a truck — and tumbleweeds — as the Vancouver-based country singer brings Dolly, Tenille, and Shania energy.
Want to hear a duo of fingerpicked acoustic guitar with French horn in the Mixolydian mode?
This ballad by the East Van-based artist gets loud fast! Is that what we have to do to get your attention these days?
The Winnipeg and NYC-based saxophonist has once again made such a thoughtfully composed album.
I couldn’t listen to this album by the Vancouver indie veteran while cooking. I was home alone, and I felt so, so alone with it.
The Vancouver jazz vocalist has undeniable chops, and he sounds exciting next to Brad Turner as an ‘instrumental’ soloist. No small feat!
The Montréal-born, Vancouver-based artist’s latest single reminds me of my soft spot for an Emmylou Harris song.
This song by the self-produced Vancouver artist is a Ramones-style punk romp, and it doesn’t relent with a repetitive vocal melody.
The Iqaluit artist covers a lot of stylistic ground: pop-ska reggae, trap-pop love ballads, and nu-metal guitars.
We’re in a golden period of production where top artists like Chin Injeti make music in a casual way.
What do I know about country music made in Vancouver? The next line about the gravel road might as well be about Austin’s gravelly voice.