Mississauga native PND is having a party next door in Toronto
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PartyNextDoor has been blowing up social media recently with cryptic tweets  which have become the hallmark for OVO marketing their stable of artists of which PND is a proud member of. Now just days before …

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Die Mannequin frontwoman a talented “mess”
April 23, 2010 – 9:58 am | No Comment
Die Mannequin frontwoman a talented “mess”

At only 22, Care Failure has the rock scars to back a claim to fame. Plucked off the streets and out of the depths of drug addiction five years ago by the former president of EMI, Failure is a self-admitted “mess.”

Indestructible after 10 years
April 12, 2010 – 9:43 am | No Comment
Indestructible after 10 years

The band has to date sold four million copies of its debut, The Sickness, and watched its last three releases – Believe, Ten Thousand Fists and 2008’s self-produced Indestructible – top Billboard’s album chart.

Live: Still standing
April 10, 2010 – 6:01 am | No Comment
Live: Still standing

For nearly two decades Live have remained relevant to their fans, and sustained what Kowalczyk calls “the innate chemistry of a four-element unit,” formed when the 30-something-year-olds were still high school students.

Them Vs You Vs Me
April 9, 2010 – 6:22 pm | No Comment
Them Vs You Vs Me

When Justin Morneau stepped to the plate at the 2007 home run derby in Yankee Stadium, Paralyzer by Finger 11 was playing over the loudspeakers. The Burlington-bred brethren have come a long way.

A silver lining of introspection
March 3, 2010 – 6:38 pm | No Comment
A silver lining of introspection

Many claims can be levelled at metal: Too loud, too angry, too hollow. Since its inception, the genre has been wrongfully seen as Satan’s saxophone, an instrument with which to craft ungodly melodies.

On the road again
February 11, 2010 – 9:48 am | No Comment
On the road again

Between 2003 and 2005 the band played 400 shows. The Trews have been tearing across Canada’s countryside like John Diefenbaker on the campaign trail. They’ve been called the hardest working band in Canada.

Upstream unorthodoxy
February 11, 2010 – 9:45 am | No Comment
Upstream unorthodoxy

Neil White and Jahmal Tonge utilize a style that sees them swimming upstream. Collectively known as The Carps, White and Tonge practice an art aptly known as eardrum unorthodoxy.

Northern blues
January 1, 2010 – 9:19 pm | No Comment
Northern blues

In a Northern Ontario community of 55,000 on the shores of Lake Nipissing, a fishing guide, an electrician, a product specialist and a former postal worker live by a code that is as Canadian as bartering beaver pelts.

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