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This past weekend in Vancouver, the art show, Polyphonics, was held at the James...

As a part of the annual festivities North By North East also showcases a...

  • Multiple venues across Brooklyn and Manhattan will open their doors to the Red Bull Music Academy Festival for the month of May. Since settling in NYC in 2013, the RBMA has made it a tradition to celebrate the city’s musical and cultural history through live shows, lectures, beatmaker roundtables, late night parties and this year, a […]

  • You don’t have to be a fan of classical music to appreciate Chilly Gonzales. You do, however, need to be able to appreciate the art of music, across disciplines, and be open to hearing unexpected genres cross in unexpected ways.  Listening to Gonzales on a record is a beautiful thing, it’s calming and at times […]

  • George Fitzgerald is often lumped in with the deep house lot. Whether or not deep house is the appropriate description for the type of music Fitzgerald has been known to release is not as relevant as what it does tell us about the Berlin-based and British-born DJ, producer, and labelhead owner of ManMakeMusic. As someone whose […]

  • Here’s the thing: it’s not often that you’re at a concert, standing elbow-to-elbow in perfect stillness and silence, while the musician onstage adjusts their microphone. Call it magnetism, call it appeal; however you describe it, Toronto-based singer-songwriter, Donovan Woods, has the ability to captivate a room while remaining completely humble and self-deprecating in humour…did I mention […]

  • LA based musical duo and real life lovers Jenno Bjomkjaer and Katherine Mills-Rymer, performing as OOFJ, have debuted a second album filled with darkness, romance, brooding love songs and likeable beats. The duo has experience working with unorthodox themes and music (they recently produced the score to absurdist artist Ai Wei Wei’s film “Berlin, I […]

  • This Wednesday Toronto’s Garrison was home to Seoul, a Montreal-based trio comprised of Julian Flavin, Dexter Garcia, and Nigel Ward. The band has been around for a few years releasing singles while touring around North America’s small intimate venues. Since the inception the band got signed by Grand Jury and is dropping a debut album, […]

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  • Roy Rosenfeld, a Jerusalem native, is on a mission to preserve the unique sound and style of techno. Deep and dark over the years Rosenfeld has mastered his clean minimal sound, unique in his own way, it’s the sound...

  • Here’s the thing: it’s not often that you’re at a concert, standing elbow-to-elbow in perfect stillness and silence, while the musician onstage adjusts their microphone. Call it magnetism, call it appeal; however you describe it, Toronto-based singer-songwriter, Donovan Woods, has...

  • Chris Davids and Liam Ivory are a duo of producers from Hertfordshire, currently residing in London, who, after years of passing each other in school hallways, have come together as Maribou State. Since the collaboration kicked of Maribou State...

  • I met the members of Night Riots in the basement of Reggie’s Rock and Roll Club, a punk venue on Chicago’s south side, just to the right of Chinatown. Wearing all black, the five night rioters, Travis, Matt, Rico,...

  • Over the past few years, Chicago band, Santah, has been garnering quite a bit of attention, and I must say it is very well deserved. Consistently releasing beautifully crafted recordings and pushing their personal growth, it is hard not...

  • Disc jockeys have been at the heart of hip-hop since its inception; and although hip-hop is constantly evolving, the DJ has remained a staple. Enter Quentin Wright, better known as DJ Que 11: DJ, producer, writer, radio personality, and...

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