Double Double Land

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Maya Fuhr

The experimental pop trio have seen the city's DIY creative communities handcuffed by political interests and capitalist real estate agendas, but they're not giving up Read more



Kate Killet

Musician and visual artist Petra Glynt (also known as Alexandra Mackenzie) brings us to her old neighbourhood, reflecting on the period before she moved to Montreal Read more


Double Double Land has closed after nine years in Kensington Market. The DIY venue threw one last show with Mary Ocher, Lief Hall, Bile Sister and the Canadian Romantic. Read more



Samuel Engelking

It's time to stand up for safety in Toronto's music scene. If a reckoning is coming for sexual misconduct, it will take the entire community, from showgoers to venue owners, to make it happen. Read more


Toronto punk band S.H.I.T. are streaming both their new album What Do You Stand For? and their new compilation Complete S.H.I.T. at NOW. They're also announcing a show at Double Double Land. Read our interview with guitarist Greg Benedetto. Read more


And the thunderstorm at the end offered sweet reprieve from the hottest day of the year Read more

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Kristel Jax

Double Double Land made good on its promise to improve security after a sexual assault there last fall Read more


25-year-old British play plunges us into an ambiguous world of sex, murder and hell Read more


When I told my relatives who fled Vietnam in the late 60s about the band's name, they explained that it's like using the N-word Read more

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