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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

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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

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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

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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

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

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Tanja-Tiziana

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

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Outer Heaven Read more

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Tanja-Tiziana

Ambition, buzz and an ace debut album Read more

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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

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

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