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Samuel Engelking

Just hours after the NBA championship celebration spilled into Yonge-Dundas Square, NXNE turned it into Festival Village Read more

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Snotty Nose Rez Kids by Samuel Engelking, Haviah Mighty by Yung Yemi, Dizzy by Bree Hart

From underrated local rappers to a band from Taiwan, here are the acts you can discover at the nine-day event Read more



Craig Wetherby

NXNE has announced a wave of new artists for its free Yonge-Dundas Square Festival Village area, including Killy, Greys, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Walrus and more. Read more



Vanessa Heins

Album review: Greys' Age Hasn't Spoiled You: like fine wine, Bill Hader or Gillian Anderson, the Toronto band are only getting better with age. Read more

Album reviews

The always unpredictable Deerhunter, the end of a party institution, one of hip-hop's best live acts and more Toronto concerts we're looking forward to this month. Read more

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Paolo Pasqualini

A roundup of brand new Toronto music, also including For Esmé, Phèdre, Ex-Terrestrial, anders and more Read more

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Mike Watier

If Nirvana were grunge’s Beatles and Pearl Jam were The Who (or Neil Young – take your pick), Soundgarden were Led Zeppelin Read more


"...their music evokes feelings of nostalgia, capturing a melancholy mood and vibration of timelessness in each bar." Read more


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Greys frontman talks AC/DC and Axl Rose, personal politics and the band's new, super-secret project Read more


Outer Heaven Read more

Album reviews



Ambition, buzz and an ace debut album Read more


Willow Smith, Darlene Shrugg, Raz Fresco, Lia Ices, Mission of Burma and more confirmed for this year's fest – plus, a strong dose of female talent to descend on the city this spring Read more


Your fave bands celebrate the season's sinister side Read more