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Henry Steinway, better known as RL Grime, is known for ability to blend hip hop,...

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  • Slow Magic‘s newest 13-track EP, Float, is exactly what I need to get through a long day of work where I’m staring at my computer aimlessly.  If you are not familiar with Slow Magic, he is known for staying hidden beneath a neon zebra mask, where he makes instrumental electronic music that can be quite […]

  • Toronto’s iconic Horseshoe Tavern is not the place one would expect to see a dance show, they say so themselves, but this was a special night and their 70th anniversary month. Despite it being primarily an indie rock venue, Slow Magic‘s show blended right in and everyone who did want to dance found their way to the small […]

  • After releasing Soul Power in 2014 Curtis Harding was immediately flagged as an artist to watch by the Rolling Stones magazine. That album had a lasting impact, it’s one that I personally keep going back to and tracks from which keep showing up in Spotify playlists. But it took him a few years to put together his next record, Face […]

  • Last weekend, critically acclaimed up and coming artist Giraffage (Charlie Yin) took over the Velvet Underground in Toronto. Kicking of his first nationwide Too Real tour, with fellow artists Wingtip and Sweater Beats, Giraffage played his show with confidence and clear intent. Fellow friend and DJ, Sweater Beats took the stage before Giraffage to get […]

  • Last week Red Bull Sound Select hosted 3 Days in Toronto: a series of curated music events in city’s favourite venues. Friday night, BadBadNoGood with friends, took place at the Massey Hall, a legendary 2-level, all seated, concert venue. For nearly 3 hours, with an intermission, BadBadNoGood roamed the stage in the glory of multi-screen […]

  • I like Whitney. I really do. I bet they’d like me if we met. I went to their latest concert in Toronto and thoroughly enjoyed their solid, albeit slight, output. By now you may be waiting for the ‘but’ so here it is: But I’m not sure why they released Light Upon The Lake: The […]

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  • Pierre Kwenders is a man of many talents born out of a vivid cultural background. Kwenders is not just riding the wave of new age African artists, he is humbly spearheading it from his home base in Montreal with...

  • Australia’s Danny Harley’s musical past begun playing pop punk at the age of 12 which, he points out, was mostly to be in with the cool kids. Over time this journey lead him to learn to play musical instruments,...

  • A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to speak with producer and a DJ Marc Kinchen (MK). Kinchen’s career took off in the early 90’s, working with the top artists and producers and making a name for himself in...

  • Last Wednesday, White Reaper continued their tour behind their second studio Album, The Worlds Best American Band at Portland’s world famous Doug Fir. The unapologetic foursome played “a collection of songs including the one that they’re probably most notable...

  • Hot off the heels of a recording stint in the grassy knolls of Ireland, Montreal’s Caveboy made a recent stop in Toronto to play at NxNE’s Port Lands. Veterans of some of Toronto’s largest music festivals, including Canadian Music...

  • Fresh from the March launch of his first full-length album, Coastline, Montreal’s Geoffroy is picking-up speed throughout the electronica universe. Spending nearly two years meticulously crafting his LP, along with co-producers Gabriel Gagnon and Max Gendron, Geoffroy – who,...

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