Andrew Belle, who chose a path of music over his business and marketing education, recently came through Vancouver as an opening act for Joshua Radin.
Big Sean has never come across as a conscientious rapper — his music is consistently full of materialism and ego — yet the way he presents...
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Since their return from hiatus two years ago, Fall Out Boy have been releasing music that’s out of touch with their grungy, emo-kid roots.
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The best kinds of comebacks are those that don’t feel like comebacks.
Nearly seven years after the indie duo She & Him, otherwise known as Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward, released their first album, we now have Classics.