Upcoming Canadian Releases, Dec. 21, 2023: Andrew Hyatt, Spencer Burton & More

Some big Canadian albums are coming out once the clock strikes midnight.

Andrew Hyatt

Andrew Hyatt

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5: Andrew Hyatt - L Is For (604 Records)

12: The Prairie States - Trouble Is (Willing Records / Universal Music)

19: Hot Garbage - Precious Dream (Mothland)

26: Felix Tellier Pouliot - Hometown Zero

26: Spencer Burton - North Wind (Dine Alone)


1: NYSSA - Shake Me Where I’m Foolish (Six Shooter)

2: High Valley - Small Town Somethin’

2: Talia Schlanger - Grace For The Going (Latent Recordings)

2: Vera Sola - Peacemaker (City Slang)

9: Andrea Superstein - Oh Mother

9: Eve Parker Finley - In The End

9: The Dead South - Chains & Stakes (Six Shooter)


9: Nick Schofield - Ambient Ensemble (Backward Music)

9: Oh Caroline - Monochrome LP (Friends of Friends)

9: Allen Dobb -Alone Together

9: Ducks Ltd. - Harm's Way

16: Chromeo - Adult Contemporary

16: Steve Maddock -Jack Of All Trades

16: The Once -Out Here

23: Stan Rogers - Stan Rogers - Songs of a Lifetime- vinyl box set (Borealis Records)

23: Fucked Up - The Chemistry of Common Life (15th Anniversary Edition Clear Orange 2LP) (Matador)

23: Corb Lund - El Viejo (New West)

23: Shaina Hayes - Kindergarten Heart (Bonsound)


15: Comeback Kid - Trouble (New Damage Records)

22: Alexandra Lost -Smoke

29: Sum41 - Heaven :x: Hell (Rise Records)


12: Classified -Luke's View (HalfLife Records & Big Story Entertainment)

Here Are The Best Super Bowl Ads Canadians Might Have Missed

Here Are The Best Super Bowl Ads Canadians Might Have Missed

Now that the dust has settled, the biggest Super Bowl ads have made their way online, including many of the biggest names in music.

Now that the Super Bowl is finished, the Kelce brothers and Taylor Swift have (maybe) finished celebrating and the Usher halftime show has been fully processed, there’s one last thing for Canadians to catch up on: the ads.

Super Bowl ads have become more than sales pitches. They’ve become viral content on their own, with teasers often dropping days or weeks before the big game. They can herald a surprise drop of new music, or push a controversial political or religious message. In recent years, they also star many of the biggest names in music and pop culture.

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