The Prophets of Rage Remind Us That The Party’s Over

By Jacqueline Howell The Prophets of Rage have hit the road (and the skies) for a large scale tour- there are 27! dates left so...

32 of The Tragically Hip’s Greatest Songs That Changed A Nation

By Jacqueline Howell The inevitable final Tragically Hip show is already here. All summer long, fans, whose numbers include any music journalists worth their salt and...

Arcade Fire is Here to Stay: Wayhome 2016 Review

Arcade Fire is the most unusual and important case of this century of the little weird indie band that could, did, would and will....

The David Bowie Periodic Table of Elements

The David Bowie Periodic Table of Elements: The artist's life's work at a glance created by contributor Jordan Wall.  Jordan is the Content Writer...

The Idea of North at AGO: Curated by Steve Martin Opens Canada Day, July...

Steve Martin, iconic actor/writer/comedian/musician (lately with Edie Brickell) is also an avid art fan who discovered our own icon Lawren Harris of Group of...

Weekend Links & News Round Up

Weekend news is our new weekend feature where we round up news & links of the past week and curated from our favourite, noteworthy and...

Weekend Links & News Round Up

Time to launch our new weekend feature from where we round up news & links from all over the web that may be silly...

The Beautiful Ones: Suede’s Triumphant Return And The Untold Glastonbury Headline

AND ON YOU MY TATTOO WILL BE BLEEDING. AND THE NAME WILL STAIN. (SUEDE, THE WILD ONES) There was a lot of internet chatter in...

A Soundtrack to the Novel Heartworm: By Ben Vendetta

My latest novel Heartworm, which takes place in the mid-‘90s is a music-centric affair, the story of a rock critic on the verge of...

I’d Kill a Dragon For You: On Sinead O’Connor

Part 1. We Are Talking About No Less Than Killing Dragons. Sinéad O'Connor came rocketing out of Dublin, Ireland and implausibly landed in the late 80's Pop...