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A first perusal through Django Django‘s sophomore album, Born Under Saturn, feels like being...

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  • Skrillex is coming back to Toronto for another Full Flex Express tour on July 11th at the Echo Beach. While Skrillex is noted to be a dubstep superstar the line up is not restricted to the genre. This year the tour train is rolling in with Zeds Dead, ASAP Ferg, Tycho, Jack Ü, Kiesza, Hundred Waters, Anna Lunoe and […]

  • Everyone in Brooklyn was in Sunset Park this past Sunday night to see FKA Twigs perform Congregata for Red Bull Music Academy Fest this year. The lines were wrapped around the corner, the space, though 13,000 square feet, was packed and sweltering. It’s no surprise then that instead of going on at the scheduled time […]

  • Remember Frankie Bones, the man known for giving mass appeal to rave culture in the US some time in the late last century* through a series of Storm Raves in various warehouses around the city? To those who grew up in the 90s rave was not just a party it was a lifestyle and an […]

  • A first perusal through Django Django‘s sophomore album, Born Under Saturn, feels like being thrown into a safari on an alien planet. The experience is deliciously hypnotic. And while some sights in the album are more interesting than others, the entire tour is rather eye-opening, and it’s hard to leave the album feeling anything but […]

  • New York is, of course, your trendy party spot, uniquely blending all elements of culture into one fantastic club scene. There will be fashion, there will be music, and there will be extravagance and excitement. New York is also very fickle. Red Bull Music Academy was able to wrest from the disappeared and bring back […]

  • BRAIDS, A dream pop trio based out of Montreal, took a melancholic approach to their performance at The Horseshoe Tavern on Thursday night. Arriving to a patiently waiting audience who kept their composure throughout the set, BRAIDS wasted no time in launching right into their third album, Deep in the Iris. Front woman Raphaelle Standell-Preston […]

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  • Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne — the two halves of electro-pop duo Milk & Bone – are just getting started. To be fair, both Montrealers were musicians long before uniting harmonious forces; but, with the recent release of their...

  • Last weekend, Quip Magazine had the pleasure to chat with Vancouver-based acoustic singer-songwriter Dominique Fricot. Catching some afternoon rays on the rooftop patio at Falconetti’s on The Drive, Fricot was easy-going on top of a recently busy schedule. Tall...

  • 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,...

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