The history of Canada’s weirdest and most prolific interviewer
Shad’s Hip-Hop Evolution is an incredible piece of journalism that nobody is talking about.
While the public has loudly protested funding cuts to areas like education and autism support, cuts to arts and culture have gotten less attention. So how are the arts doing under the Ford Government? What are they supporting? And what art does Doug Ford actually like?
Steven Page, former frontman and founding member of Barenaked Ladies, talks about his career, why he chose to leave a beloved and wildly successful band, and the fickle realities of Canadian stardom.
In 1986, an album called Keyboard Fantasies was recorded on cassette in Huntsville, Ontario. It was self-released and barely sold any copies. Recently, the album was rediscovered, shining a spotlight on the incredible catalogue of Beverly Glenn-Copeland.
“I see my goals and the things that I want so clear that if I’m not texting with Solange regularly, I’m nobody.”
This episode of The Imposter was featured alongside shows like The Heart and Radiolab as Constant Listener’s best podcasts of the year.
While Pimienta has suffered online abuse, the volunteer photographer who sparked the incident has gone largely unnamed.
An operatic tenor takes turn-of-the-century field recordings out of the museum and back to their original community by fusing them with new, avant-garde songs.
Rare recordings of Indigenous folk, rock and country are re-issued, turning the spotlight back on trailblazing musicians from across the continent.
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