JFB loves the psychedelic sounds of old, which is why he’s digging Michael Rault’s latest release so damn much.
Hello Winter! This week Toronto turned into a frozen tundra. To keep you warm and dancing indoors our video this week is the newly released “The Party Line” by Belle and Sebastian. The video features dancers from our very own National…
Toronto has a plethora of brunch places. As I’ve recently immigrated to West of Dufferin it’s taken me a little while to find the best brunch without having to wait in any painful lines. Let me share with you my findings
The only real difference between the pretentious, holier than thou reviews past and this one is the fact that I’ve thread the eye of the needle with a narrative. Take that out and you’re still left with a smattering of poorly placed furniture in a room that only I could find comfortable and therein lies the essence and structure of any artistic evaluation.
The crowd wanted more, but the band didn’t care.
This week, Homeshake, the solo project from former Mac Demarco bandmate Peter Sagar – released a new video we can all identify with, “Making a Fool Out of You.” According to Peter, the video is about: “…a song about how this one friend of mine had…
Starting something new can be scary – but it’s time to man (woman) up people and here’s why!
What do you think of when you picture Mac Demarco. A true Canadian icon? Just a goofy nonsensical performer that calls his music genre jizz jazz? Someone whose deep music speaks beyond their crazy exterior? Or just some guy that…
On Nov 5th in Toronto, Bahamas, the solo project by Afie Jurvanen, played The Danforth Music Hall and it was sweet, soulful, and full of heart.
Cold Specks (Real name: Al Spx) is a 26 year old Canadian singer/songwriter from Toronto and has made a name for herself in the North American indie music scene and will continue to do that with her recently announced tour around the launch of her acclaimed new album Neuroplasticity.