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November 22nd, 2011
Whether you’re a Twihard or are trying hard to avoid the new Twilight movie, one thing is undeniable – this film franchise boasts some of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time. Of course, the success of the Twilight soundtracks can easily be traced back to Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, and in honour of this amazing collection of music we have added the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Soundtrack to our First Spins section! Not only that, but we’ve given you a step-by-step guide to all 15 tracks. So yeah, we’re on team Twihard.
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November 16th, 2011
Need to Know: Toronto-born and raised Aubrey Graham, also known as Drake, has had one of the most notable rises to fame in recent years. Though his first two mixtapes founded his intense following, including mentor Lil’ Wayne, it was 2009’s So Far Gone that gained the respect of critics, the industry, and mainstream audiences. [...]
November 9th, 2011
With an album that lives up to its prolific title, Neverending White Lights founder Daniel Victor is ready to enjoy the success of his long-awaited third disc, Act III: Love Will Ruin (Part 1). After undergoing a snapped vocal chord, a possibly career-ending injury for the singer/songwriter and instrumentalist, Neverending White Lights is back with [...]
November 9th, 2011
Need to know: After forming in Abbortsford, British Columbia in 2004, members Jacob Hoggard, Tommy Mac, Dave Rosin and Chris Crippin have become one of the biggest Canadian bands of all time. Taking their name from a small town that was for sale in BC, Hedley has gone on to release three studio albums and [...]
October 7th, 2011
Need to know: Released on October 4, 2011, Siberia is the sophomore album of Canada’s synth-pop lady, Lights. The fourteen track album features guest appearances from Toronto natives Shad and Holy F**k. By taking a part in writing and producing everything on her own album, Lights had the creative power to take a new direction, [...]
September 19th, 2011
I’ll never forget the first time I saw Coldplay. It was July 31, 2008. A week earlier, I packed up my life in Calgary and flew to Toronto for a job here at MuchMusic. Over the course of seven days, I’d said goodbye to my closest friends and family, moved to a new city, hunted [...]
September 7th, 2011
The Kooks Junk of the Heart, Listen Here EMI B Need to know: Formed in 2003 in East Sussex, The Kooks have shown the influence of their home country on all three albums. Taking their sound from the Brit pop genre of the last fifty decades, The Kooks have returned with their third album, the [...]
August 17th, 2011
It’s a rarity that small towns churn out memorable act that can smash their way into the Billboard Top Ten. In the stratosphere of dance music, it is nearly nonexistent. Meet Mia Martina who hails from Saint-Ignace, New Brunswick, a minuscule dot on a map of our great nation. Last summer, accordion sounds bounced between club [...]