Ivan Doroschuk discusses what its like to create pop punk music for over 30 years.
Nostalgia hits the Bell Centre with cult alternative band’s marathon concert
Don’t you forget about me… or this piece. Solid acting in piece that is still a valid look at life’s lack of normalcy.
Mac DeMarco keeps the indie lo-fi sound on his latest EP.
Daniel Isaiah talks about his new album and the many paths he took to write some of the songs.
Good guys and bad guys meet on equal footing in this award-winner by J.C. Chandor.
Are you going to the Prom tonight? With this new Blu-Ray, you can.
Hard Rock Tuesdays talks to Sam Reid about Glass Tiger’s music, fundraising an time spent with the troops in Afghanistan.
1987 shows the concerns of a 17-year-old man growing up in Quebec during the late ’80s.
Coming of age film about a girl whose mother has disappeared is an all-around winner.
Violent Femmes play first album in its entirety, prompting a rather long reminiscence on growing up with the Femmes as a life soundtrack.
Alternative American band The Neighbourhood remind reviewer Nina Chabel of UFOs — though that might just be her penchant for the X-Files.
Nina Chabel reviews three hotly anticipated releases from female artists.
First time food critic Khadami snags beignets after a his n’ hers burger meal at trendy Deville Dinerbar.
Reviewer Isac finds Kavinsky’s show stale and kind of sweaty, but not in a good way.