Kids these days, so damn lucky. Back in the day the only all ages shows you’d ever hear about were your friend’s shitty supernova bro-core with deathcore influences ska band that would be held at some terrible bar in the…
It’s almost here – CMW 2015. Always a great week of music and glory, venues and Canadian bands participate and showcase the best up and coming talent our fine country has to offer. NU will be putting out a guide…
Emma checked out Viet Cong’s recent Toronto “free” show at The Opera House this past weekend.
Step into the world of Jenny Death, the latest album from Death Grips: we review the band and the album.
In my opinion not much can top the feeling of gazing out of a window, with the right song on, visualizing your thoughts and allowing them to wander. We look into the emotion behind the best travel playlist.
Imagine a family portrait. But instead of blue haired grandmas and drunken uncles, it’s the entire music community in city of Toronto.
The Canadian music landscape is changing. Rapidly. Not only as technology has changed everything everywhere, especially the way we make and share music. We discuss how it’s affecting music. musicians and audiences alike
A review of the history of Drake’s influencer on Toronto’s MC scene and reflect on the lack of female MC’s being highlighted, while showcasing some of our top picks.
The Franklin just played two back-to-back shows on Easter weekend. Izzy sat down with frontman, Jon Matte, to discuss what is on the horizon for them.
We look into the bands that are putting the Toronto indie scene back on the map.