Go, Go, Going with Robyn Hitchcock
Robyn Hitchcock is as vital as ever after more than 21 albums with new music, new collaborators and that same old songwriting magic. By Erin Flynn
Book Review: Beatleness: How The Beatles and their Fans Remade the World.
Author and sociologist Candy Leonard takes a fascinating up-close look at 1960's fandom through the eyes and world of Beatles fans. By Magnus Thyvold
#1 Timber Timbre - Sincerely, Future Pollution - (Arts & Crafts)
#1 Austra - Future Politics - (Pink Fizz)
#1 Haviah Mighty - Flower City - (Self-Released)
#1 The Battle of Santiago - La Migra - (Made With Pencil Crayons)
#1 Harris Eisenstadt - Recent Developments - (Songlines)
#1 Mastodon - Emperor Of Sand - (Reprise)
#1 The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer - Apocalipstick - (Self-Released)
OK, so you got a CD. What now?
The definitive list of the best records of 2016 - including electronic, hip hop, international, jazz, loud and folk roots & blues.
KenMODE's Jesse Mathewson
CFUV Music Director Troy Lemberg
When you get paid to listen to music all the time, you have an advantage finding the best and the over-looked.
Best Local Releases
If home is where the heart is, local is where the music starts.
Jazz Picks of 2016: Jim Dupuis
Jazz Picks of 2016: Shelley Gummeson
Jazz Picks of 2016: Ray Alexander
A look at some of the best jazz had to offer in a very good year
Jazz from the Soul of Cattle Country - The Scott Morin Interview
It's been said that jazz is good for your soul and an insider and radio host in Calgary gets up before the sun to prove that point. By Jim Dupuis
Meet Speaker Face, the folk-electronic band you never knew you wanted - until now
These "deep folk" makers talk about new genres, adult nightmares and embracing the universal driftwood sent your way. By Scott Wood
Heaven on Earth and Other Deep Stuff with Coco Love Alcorn
Coco Love Alcorn is back with a "heavenly" new album and she's going to make you sing your soul out. By Jim Dupuis
Around the world and back with Terence Jack
Well-travelled singer-songwriter talks about teenage ska bands and cheesy dental office music. By Scott Wood
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