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The Indigenous community from all genres is well represented in this category of Juno winners. Hear Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tanya Tagaq, Digging Roots, Crystal Shawanda and more.

Juno songwriter winners-celebrating the art of beautiful melodies and inspiring lyrics. Hear Sarah McLachlan, The Weeknd, Serena Ryder, Feist and more.

In 2011, the Juno's headed to the dance floor and added Electronic album of the Year to its roster for the first time. Hear Grimes, Caribou, Ryan Hemsworth and more.

The very best in large ensemble Classical music-all Juno winners over the years. Hear music from the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Angela Hewitt, James Ehnes and more

Twenty-three years of Juno winners in the Classical Album of the Year-Vocal or Choral performance. Hear Isabel Bayrakdarian, Measha Bruggergosman, Gerald Finley, Marie-Nicole Lemieux and more

One of the longest running categories at the Junos. You'll find plenty of your country favourites. Hear Johnny Reid, Dean Brody, Terri Clark, Shania Twain and more

From banjos to fiddles and indigenous drums. These are the songs that took home Junos for best contemporary roots. Hear Bruce Cockburn, Amelia Curran, Catherine MacLellan, Justin Rutledge and more

Maestro Fresh Wes was the first winner of best rap at the Junos in 1991...and it's been a 'symphony in effect' ever since. Hear Drake, Jazz Cartier, Shad, K'naan, K-OS and more

Thirty-two years of the best R&B/Soul that Canada has to offer. Hear The Weeknd, Jacksoul, Melanie Fiona, Jully Black and more

The top jazz ensembles from across Canada and across the years. Listen to the best trios, quartets, quintets, and more, who have shaped the Canadian jazz landscape over the past 4 decades. Hear: Metalwood, Hilario Duran Trio, Phil Dwyer Orchestra, and Allison Au Quartet

Twenty-three years of Juno Blues Album winners. Hear Harrison Kennedy, Fathead, Sue Foley, Julian Fauth and more

All of your favourite Juno award winning jazz vocalists since 1977. Hear Diana Krall, Sophie Milman, Molly Johnson and more

One of the newer Juno categories--awards for Adult Alternative album has been handed out for the last twelve years. Hear Bahamas, Feist, Ron Sexsmith, Serena Ryder and more

More than 15 years worth of Juno pop winners. Hear Justin Bieber, Tegan and Sara, Carly Rae Jepsen, Nelly Furtado and more

Forty-three years of Juno winners for best single of the year. Hear Magic!, Kardinal Offishall, Nelly Furtado, Alanis Morissette and more

Juno winners from twenty-four years of the best French language album in Canada. Hear Celine Dion, Ginette Reno, Roch Voisine, Karim Ouellet and more

The Juno's has handed out awards in this category since 1975. Hear Celine Dion, Michael Buble, The Weeknd and Feist

Twenty-five years of Juno Rock winners. Hear The Tragically Hip, Rush, Alanis Morissette Sam Roberts and more

For almost forty years, the Junos have handed out awards in the Children's Album category. Hear Fred Penner, Diana Panton, Anne Murray, Al Simmons and more

Since 1992, the Junos have handed out awards in World Music. Take a trip around the globe. Hear The African Guitar Summit, Boogat, Lorraine Klaasen, Alex Cuba and more

Liberty Silver took home the first Juno for Reggae Recording of the Year in 1985. All of the Reggae winners are right here. Hear Exco Levi, Elaine Lil'Bit Shepherd, Snow, Lillian Allen and more

The very best in large ensemble Classical music-all Juno winners over the years. Hear music from the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Angela Hewitt, James Ehnes and more

One of the longest running categories at the Junos. You'll find plenty of your country favourites. Hear Johnny Reid, Dean Brody, Terri Clark, Shania Twain and more

Thirty-two years of the best R&B/Soul that Canada has to offer. Hear The Weeknd, Jacksoul, Melanie Fiona, Jully Black and more

All of your favourite Juno award winning jazz vocalists since 1977. Hear Diana Krall, Sophie Milman, Molly Johnson and more

First Play

Brooklyn band They Might be Giants will release its 20th studio album on Jan. 19. Listen to it now.

London, U.K., post-punk band Shopping is back, ready to lure you with the rhythm of its deceptively tempoed political songs. Listen now.

Cadence Weapon returns with his first album in five years.

Stream the first of three new albums featuring OSM musicians in a chamber music setting.

Familiar suites and airs by Purcell, reimagined in a folksong idiom on this wonderful new album. Stream it now.

To mark its 25th anniversary, Gryphon Trio drops a new recording of trios by Maurice Ravel and Rebecca Clarke. Listen now.

Listen to the ambitious debut album from Winnipeg's Heavy Bell.

Fill your ears — and heart! — with wonderful Christmas music from the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul in Montreal.

The Rankin Family member releases her first solo Christmas album. Listen now.

The godfather of Canadian hip-hop returns with his first album in four years.

Edmonton singer-songwriter Alex Vissia returns with a new album, a new label and a new name.

On her 18th studio album, the trailblazing songwriter "puts her songs to work." Listen now.

The Trade-Offs give a new take on Canadian blues on their new album. Listen now.

Dipped in Americana and anchored in story, Nevahland is a fitting full-length debut for the former Two Hours Traffic frontman.

This new volume focuses on the singer's controversial gospel period, releasing 14 unheard songs and previously unreleased live performances and rarities. Listen now.

Electro-pop artist Iskwé expands on her promising debut with this new release. Listen to it now.

Casper Skulls explores themes of politics, death and grief on their new album. Listen to it now.

A new album on Analekta Records celebrates the music of Jordan Pal. Listen now.

If the names Arno Babadjanian, Alexander Spendiarian and Komitas Vardapet are unfamiliar to you, then violinist Nuné Melik's debut album will be a pleasant introduction.

Indie-folk artist Common Holly will release her debut album on Oct. 27. Listen to it now.

The Montreal-based electronic artist releases her anticipated debut album. Listen to it now.

The Wailin' Jennys celebrate 15 years together as a band with an album of covers. Listen to it now.

Celebrating the lost recordings of a pioneering soul sensation.

After years of honing songs for his new album, the Halifax rocker is ready to put them out in the world.

Toronto trio Odonis Odonis gets post-apocalyptic on its new album. Listen to it now.

William "Billy" Corgan teams up with Rick Rubin on a sparse, triumphant solo work.

On her sixth full-length album, the Halifax-based singer has built a house of sweeping folk-pop songs that will tear you down before building you back up. Listen to it now.

The Pack A.D. grapples with the anxiety of existing on its new album. Listen to it now.

The legendary country singer releases her first children's album this month. Listen to it now.

The singer-songwriter and guitarist releases her third album on Oct. 13, but you can stream it a week ahead right here.

Stomp your feet and wail out your demons to the band's fourth full-length, recorded with new bandmate Robin Hatch.

Complete Verdi operas, condensed into 10-minute guitar solos. You've got to hear it.

"If it is played well, [Bach's music] can sound good on any instrument." Stream the acclaimed accordionist's new all-Bach album now.

The Toronto rock quartet comes off of a whirlwind year with a brand new sophomore release. Listen to it now.

Tamara Lindeman is the next chapter in Canadian folk. Listen to her fourth full-length now.

The latest instalment in their Portraits series celebrates the popular Shutter Island and The Leftovers composer.

The Montreal artist's new album is a highly danceable, brilliant personal exploration of the multiplicity of identity. Listen to it now.

The Halifax songwriter releases her first concept record, and you can listen to it in advance right now.

"You get a singer like this once in a generation or two." — Wynton Marsalis

Listen to three striking new ballet scores, premiered by the NAC Orchestra and conductor Alexander Shelley.

Surprise! The legendary Canadian pianist is back.

The first release from Kathryn Calder's Oscar St. Records features dream pop with an honest undertone. Listen to it now.

Metz is ready to unleash its highly anticipated third album. Listen to it now.

Toronto singer-songwriter Ben Stevenson offers up an eclectic pop album for his debut release.

Un Blonde's 2016 acclaimed cassette-only release has been remixed and remastered. Listen to it now.

Discover music by Jacques Ibert and Henriette Renié on this stunning new release.

You'll recognize the Cold Specks on Fool's Paradise — Ladan Hussein's voice is arresting, unmistakable — but she's taking more chances, both musically and personally. Listen now.

Brooklyn-based alternative R&B singer Tangina Stone's frank and introspective lyricism and melodic arrangements form a strikingly idiosyncratic melange on her debut album.

The East Coast songwriter has coupled his trademark love songs with Johnny Cash twang and Elvis swagger for a dancier — though still hopelessly romantic — sound.