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Belly Talks to Us about Collaborations, Friendship, Inspirations, New Music and Touring Again

By Jacqueline Howell Belly, the influential American band who gave the early 1990s Alternative music scene much of its patina and some of the best female-led...

Time Festival At Fort York Garrison Common

Overall, the 2016 edition of Toronto’s Time Festival went off without a hitch.  Saturday’s weather was the type that festivals are made for - sunny...

Third Eye Blind Shine On at Wayhome 2016 Review & Photos

Third Eye Blind has been in the news very recently. They've been in that news that everyone is stuck in right now, the muck...

The Killers Pulled Up to the Foot of our Driveway: Wayhome 2016 review

The Killers, Sunday July 24, Wayhome Music and Arts Festival, Oro-Medonte, Burl's Creek  (north of Toronto). The Killer's frontman and songwriter Brandon Flowers is smiling...

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...

Best Music of 2016 So Far

  Christmas In July By phil locke Deck the halls with boughs of holly Fa la la la la la la la…huh?  No, we haven’t gone crazy with the...

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

or: What Canadian Rock Taught Me "Don't always look back. But look back." - Canadian workingman, visionary, agendaless poet Ken Babstock who joined this cocktail...

The Twilight Sad at Bestival Toronto

Glasgow's (make that  Kilsyth's) The Twilight Sad have been having a banner year. First, in May 2015, Robert Smith covered the band's "There's a...

The Sky Looked As Perfect As Cats: The Cure at Bestival

The Cure are an iconic, ForAlwaysAndEver misunderstood and underrated British band whose devoted fan family stretches far out of that little island’s silly little borders and...

Nothing’s Transcendent Bleakness

At Lee's Palace, NOTHING's music erupts; it doesn't wait to be asked, and yet it’s the antidote to what ails us and what still feels hopeless...

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