Mississauga native PND is having a party next door in Toronto
September 27, 2017 – 2:16 pm | No Comment

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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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.

Contemporary Modannaro
February 26, 2010 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Contemporary Modannaro

Francois Pelletier’s demeanour is personable. He speaks softly and moves slowly, but swiftly. If the art gets people into the store, so to speak, it’s Pelletier’s pleasant nature that sells the service.

Rap and roll
February 17, 2010 – 1:38 am | No Comment
Rap and roll

Like their debut record, Grand Analog is best defined as a project. Analog’s MySpace page lists the collective, Williams, his brother Ofield, Darcy Ataman and others, not as a band or group, but an experiment.

Conservatives indifferent to Khadr case
February 15, 2010 – 5:15 pm | No Comment
Conservatives indifferent to Khadr case

With the release of video excerpts of the interrogation of Omar Khadr, millions now know that Khadr, a Canadian citizen, was abused by his American captors at Guantanamo Bay.

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.

Framework for success
February 6, 2010 – 9:47 am | No Comment
Framework for success

A new-wave five-pack from Ontario’s capital, The Framework had a fan base before playing their first set and a distribution deal with Last Gang Records before they pressed their first LP.

An unlikely Reggae star
February 2, 2010 – 9:41 am | No Comment
An unlikely Reggae star

Auresia isn’t your average reggae artist. A woman of Ukrainian origin, now living in Montreal via Edmonton, Auresia grew up in a household in which her mother played piano and her dad an accordion.

Campaigning for accountability
January 29, 2010 – 4:55 pm | No Comment
Campaigning for accountability

The Security and Prosperity Partnership is being blamed for everything from no-fly lists to the rapid development of the Alberta tar sands and the future export of fresh water to the U.S.

Canada’s queen of soul
January 24, 2010 – 1:37 am | No Comment
Canada’s queen of soul

For the most part, Jully Black believes, Canadian musicians, artists and actors are singing the same song: Where’s the love? “Why don’t they embrace us right out the womb?” she questions.

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