Why so many cover songs, Andra Day?

Wild Belle

The naughty, empowering world of Prince

Corinne Bailey Rae

Tegan And Sara

Hannah Georgas

Local hero: Dani Elwell brings vanguard jazz to Toronto’s airwaves

Xenia Rubinos

Batuki Music Society’s Nadine McNulty, one of Toronto’s biggest African music champions

Glass Animals’ second album has more characters than character

Xenia Rubinos looks within and wades into America’s discontent

Sia refused to give a conventional performance at the Air Canada Centre

Amanda Parris returns with Marvin’s Room and Exhibitionists

Local Hero: The Music Gallery’s David Dacks

Nothing beats a night with Stevie Nicks and Chrissie Hynde

Carole Pope launches Music For Lesbians concert series at the Phoenix

Del Bel’s III starts strong thanks to a Clairmont the Second feature

Local hero: Queer Songbook Orchestra’s Shaun Brodie

Flowers While We’re Living is a call to action to celebrate, love and fight for trans women of colour

The highs and lows of NXNE 2017

Ibeyi stay hopeful in a world gone mad on Ash

Iskwe’s The Fight Within finds self-love in the face of hate

Maylee Todd welcomes us into her Virtual Womb headquarters

Q&A: How Kamasi Washington is using music to create empathy

It took awhile, but Cold Specks found her intensity at the Mod Club

A Tribe Called Red have lost a member, but they haven’t missed a step

Valerie June and Sunny War had us eating out of their hands at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Bridging the African diaspora with Kaia Kater and Waleed Kush African Jazz Ensemble

Meshell Ndegeocello’s Ventriloquism is what a covers album should be

Kune Canadas Global Orchestra aims to represent the country through sound

Kiran Ahluwalia’s LOVEfest brings together Sikh and Islamic music

Witch Prophet’s debut album perfectly balances the personal and political

It’s time to retire ‘world music’

APTN to launch new Indigenous radio station ELMNT.FM in Toronto

Trailblazing Pride party Blockorama turns 20

The best Toronto Jazz Festival concerts for 2018

Meet Carnival’s youngest band leader: OVO’s Akil Heywood

Review: Manifesto 2018 felt fresh as ever

How musicians are keeping endangered languages alive

Boy George & Culture Club sounded both nostalgic and fresh at the Sony Centre

TIFF 2018: Filmmaker R.T. is so over the “Canadian look”

Local Hero: Molly Johnson has some things to say

Q&A: Michael McDonald’s surprising resurgence

Review: Elton John’s farewell show in Toronto was poignant and celebratory

Local hero: TIFF’s maxine bailey sets out on a creative journey

Toronto singer Chloe Charles boldly reinvents herself as ECHLO

Jessie Reyez celebrated her homecoming like a true champion

Review: Alessia Cara’s The Pains Of Growing is a sophisticated pop coming of age

Toronto radio veterans launch new online radio station, JAZZCAST

Will R. Kelly survive Surviving R. Kelly? I hope not

Black Futures Month: Five Torontonians want to make 2019 the year for change

Local Hero: Kiana “Rookz” Eastmond takes the helm at Manifesto

Review: Emily King invites us into her whimsical world on Scenery

AGO is throwing its final First Thursdays party, but something new is on the way

Elizabeth Shepherd leads a multidimensional musical tour of MONtreal

iskwe wont let us look away from injustice toward Indigenous people

Julia Jacklin’s Crushing is a deep observation of intimate relationships

Review: Cochemea’s All My Relations is a modern melange of globe-trotting jazz

Review: AKUA lays bare the aftermath of grief on Them Spirits

The untold story of Canada’s Black beauty industry

Hot Docs review: Amussu

Hot Docs review: Our Dance Of Revolution

Hot Docs review: Maxima

Hot Docs review: Easy Lessons

Hot Docs 2019: Philip Pike traces Toronto’s queer Black activist history

Hot Docs review: Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool

Snotty Nose Rez Kids’ Trapline is hip-hop as it was intended

Toronto’s Lydia Persaud embraces soul on Let Me Show You

43North is not waiting around for Canadian film to meet equity goals

The Remix Projects next chapter

Cuban legend Omara Portuondo kissed goodbye at Toronto Jazz Festival

Review: Heart brought raunchy and raw rock to Budweiser Stage

Is it too late to close Canadian music’s value gap?

Nadelle Lewis brings body positivity to Toronto’s Carnival

TV review: A Black Lady Sketch Show sends up rigid ideas of Blackness

TIFF review: Kuessipan

TIFF review: The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao

TIFF review: Love Me Tender

TIFF review: Blow The Man Down

TIFF review: Harriet

JFL42 Q&A: Nicole Byer sounds off on hashtags, body positivity and hecklers

Canadian pop singer Begonia wrestles with big questions on Fear

Nunavut singer Riit is fully assured on her debut, Ataataga

Toronto’s Maddee sounds stunningly beyond her years

In Harriet, Kasi Lemmons shows a different side of Harriet Tubman

Updated Review: Harriet Tubman biopic is powerful but contains made-for-TV moments

The 33rd Women’s Blues Revue was a powerful night of music

Updated Review: The Invisible Life Of Euridice Gusmao is overwrought

Toronto Blues Society celebrates 35 years

Black Futures Month: Five Torontonians push for progressive change (2020)

Allie X has too many ideas on Cape God

Canadian artists and activists on their experiences of altruistic violence