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Montreal summers attract a sudden swell of out-of-towners, with outdoor events and festivals plentiful...

UK’s award winning music festival, appropriately named Bestival, had it’s first North American debut...

  • Toronto is a city stacked with all sorts of talent across a variety of disciplines but while there may be hundreds of actors there seems to be an infinite number of musicians trying to catch a break. Trying to stand out in this ocean is incredibly hard. Thankfully, there is a multitude of organizations outside of […]

  • For their 5th anniversary Spring Awakening Music Festival (SAMF) brought together over 100 artists spread over five stages and three days. This year marked also the first year the festival took place outside their home location, Solider Field. Now situate near UIC, SMAF was easily accessible through public transportation and had a dedicated Uber pick up and drop off location […]

  • Boston Calling is a semi annual music festival that transforms City Hall Plaza into a safe space for music, beer, cheers, and what’s bound to be lasting memories. The festival launched in May 2013 and has grown bigger with every year. This year’s lineup was a mixture of all genres and nothing short of stunning […]

  • The humidity rolled into the city last weekend, as Montreal’s population grew with an influx of tech-heads and electronic music enthusiasts visiting for this year’s Mutek. The festival boasted a stacked lineup, with some of the world’s electro pioneers showing face alongside smooth newcomers. There was a palpable energy: enthusiasm saturated the streets. Each evening […]

  • The weekend of June 11th Toronto welcomed back Bestival – UK’s award winning music festival. Returning for a second year at a brand new location, Bestival brought together yet another two days filled with a ‘wonderland’ of cocktail emporiums, bubble blowing battles, Dress up Tents, and of course amazing music from artists across the globe. […]

  • Sophie Payten, performs under Gordi, is one of those performers with a slightly rusty but romantic voice. Just last month Gordi released her debut EP Clever Disguise and while not many know who she is, not many know who she is yet. They will, that’s a consensus from multiple publications. On June 7th Gordi played a truly intimate show […]

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  • James Hinton is a pretty normal human: he’s good at math, has a humble farmer upbringing, fell in love with music at an early age but went on to get a degree in Physics. Music, however, never went to...

  • Kicking-off a stretch in Toronto by playing at Canadian Music Week, Australia’s Ben Campain – a.k.a. HOWQUA – is busy working on the follow-up to his acclaimed 2014 EP, Naked. The debut recording, a stunning composition of six unguarded and...

  • Last week, we had the opportunity to speak with Austrian-born musician Filous (Matthias Oldofredi). At 19 years old, Filous it kicking off his first North American tour and ready to take the international world by storm. We caught up...

  • Anticipating the July 2016 release of their debut full-length album, Goodwood Atoms continues to evolve their sound, a style that’s been compared to electro-indie masters like Half Moon Run and alt-J. Their 2014 EP marked the beginning of the...

  • Montreal’s Suuns produce music that is cool, calm, and collected: prog-pop melodies with a wry vibe. Their last two LP’s Zeros QC and Images Du Futur were refreshing and sleek in a scene that was mostly saturated with derivative...

  • Brighton’s Fujiya & Miyagi have recently been all set to drop the long-awaited EP1, the first of the three upcoming releases which will come together into a self-titled album in early 2017. The band have a certain set of...

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