John Wells’ kitchen drama focuses on one cook’s road to redemption
Joyful pop album from UK band from a quiet bit of London.
Montreal Gets Ready For Its 375th Birthday, Rape Rapper (Presumably) Gets Kicked Out Of Osheaga & Federer Withdraws From Rogers Cup
The evil inherent in every man given fresh treatment by a touch of experimental theatre.
UK electro-band Until the Ribbon Breaks invites listeners to journey to their imagined worlds through their new album A Lesson Unlearnt
Hector (Simon Pegg) goes around the world to find happiness. This feel-good film will put a smile on your face.
BP Cooper and Bradley King talk about the process of making films, how editing can be the most painful part, and the importance of collaboration and film festivals.
A review of What Would Beyonce Do paired with an interview with the charming Luisa Omielan. We talk about poutine and why Queen B is fab.
Album review of London based Woman’s Hour’s debut album Conversations
London England indie band Berton discusses how they got together and gets deeper about war, violence, and symbolism.
Nina Chabel reviews three albums for April: Death Vessel’s Island Intervals, The Notwist’s Close to the Glass, and Lyla Foy’s Mirrors The Sky
Jim Jones’ heart isn’t all that savage. Find out who gets him choked up at live performances.