A list of 5 must-do things at this festival which is happening in Toronto this weekend June 6-7 2015.
Tom Butler (interview coming soon!) is an award winning songwriter as part of CMW2015
Poverty, drugs, and complicated relationships at heart of show that could take place as easily in 1936 as today.
With so many bands and so many venues, Robyn did a bit of exploring to get the most out of a Tuesday Night.
Canadian Music Week 2015 has kicked off in Toronto. We chatted with singer-songwriter Mandippal to get his concert picks for CMW2015.
T. A. Wellington interviews Jonathan Kay, now editor-in-chief for The Walrus, Canada’s response to The New Yorker and The Atlantic.
Fantastic performance by Robyn’s latest find.
Low-key on the outside, unpredictable as they play, this Toronto band stays for a few nights while en route to the Banff Centre, starting at Cafe Resonance Tonight.
The condo years go from cosy to chaos when a stranger drops in.
Debut album from symphonic metallers Ascendia stands with the genre’s best
Joel reviews Sun K’s new classic-rock-turned-new album Northern Lies
The Mohrs serve up great melodic rock on debut album
Whitehorse shines at L’Astral with a fantastic performance. Photos and review here.
Jean-Frederic talks to Luke Doucet of Whitehorse about their new album, their live show, and life performing next to your spouse.
On West Coast/East Coast music, food, news… New EP and Record coming soon. You know you want to have cooler music taste than your friends!
Damien Atkins talks about the inspiration behind his one-man show on UFOs, We Are Not Alone, world premiering at the Segal Centre.
Slim Twig talks to Vivika about making his new album A Hound at the Hem and how knowing the art is part of knowing the artist.
J.u.D., Keys ‘n Krates, and Tiga get the Igloofest whip the crowd into a frenzy on a cold night.
From sketchy to sketch comedy, this edgy theatre festival is a winter treat.
It was a year of excess and weirdness and elections and charters and commissions and these are the highlights.