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Breaking new ground, by breaking new sound. The best in Canadian independent music, as it happens. Hear: Chad VanGaalen, Wolf Parade, The Pack A.D., Rae Spoon, Mac DeMarco, The Unicorns, Malajube, Junior Boys, Foxtrott.

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

First Play

Listen to the Portland singer-songwriter's debut album now.

The Australian trio's sophomore album takes on sexism, assault and loss.

For his debut album on Analekta Records, the classical guitarist strums his way through the music of Spain.

Listen to the third album from the Attawapiskat/Moose Factory roots-rock band — including a new take on a Neil Young classic.

Stream the Toronto band's second album to Feb. 23.

The CanadaSound program has created a unique gift from Canada's artists to fellow Canadians: a 10-track album inspired by the sounds the country's citizens love.

Stream the Toronto trio's new album until Feb. 15.

New music by François Dompierre, Airat Ichmouratov and Tim Brady, streaming now.

A thrilling program of percussion concertos by Vivaldi, Corelli, Hatzis and Oesterle. Stream it now.

The New Brunswick folk-pop group releases its fifth album this month — listen to it now.