The Psychogeography of Gord Downie and Why We’ll Never Say Goodbye

By Jacqueline Howlett It's very hard to write about The Tragically Hip. Hard then, and hard now. When something is big and broad enough to...

Still Waters / Breaking Trail: Canadian Music’s Rocky & Radiant Heart

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Joyride Debuts at The Duke Saturday Night

If you are looking for a fun live music filled night this weekend, look to the east. Queen East, that is! The Duke (1225 Queen Street...

Marlon Chaplin

Local Toronto rock and roller, and friend to us at Disarm, Marlon Chaplin, is celebrating the 1-year anniversary of his debut EP release Wanderer By...

Marlon Chaplin: CMW Review & Interview

Marlon Chaplin made his mark on Canadian Music Week with two shows (at Supermarket and the delightfully atmospheric new home of The Hideout). Playing...

Beautiful Nothing

Musically, an eighties ignited sphere of driving electronics, thick, grimace-inducing bass lines and soaring, dissonant guitar lines that would speak to the Pixies in...

Vinyl Night: Here’s What We’re Spinning (Part 2)

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The Hazytones

The Hazytones are a stoner rock band from Montreal, Canada.  Founded in 2015, the band infuses classic prog and psych touches in the music...

The Battle of Lights

The Battle of Lights are an Ottawa-based band influenced by Shoegaze, Psych, classic sixties pop, Britain’s ‘Lost Generation’ bands, and early electronic bands like Suicide,...

The Seams

Toronto, Ontario band The Seams blend influences of potent, straight-forward guitar bands from the 60s to 90s. Through their unabashed love of structure and melody,...

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