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Jennifer Castle

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Samuel Engelking

Massey Hall is about to close for the last phase of a $142-million renovation and is scheduled to reopen in 2020. Before the Toronto concert hall darkens, we gathered memories from throughout the venue's 124 years from Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peaches and more

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Matt Williams

On her new album Angels Of Death, Toronto singer/songwriter Jennifer Castle battles against the finality of death and sends a comforting message down the line. In this interview, she goes deep into her writing process. more

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Photos by Samuel Engelking

There's suddenly a lot of attention on U.S. Girls. Toronto’s Meg Remy is ­untangling ­America’s misogynist mess with lush disco grooves. The time is right for her subversive brand of political pop. Read our cover story interview here. more

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Listen to International Women's Day anthems, throwback posse cuts, eerie electronic productions and spiky post-punk all in this week's new music roundup more

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The Toronto-based singer/songwriter has created mobilized many of the city's most underrated musicians to create a stunning, detail-rich album about violence more

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Plus: Four Born Ruffians shows, Lido Pimienta at the Drake, and the second Long Winter of the year more

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Andy Shauf at Massey Hall

Jag Gundu

Opener Jennifer Castle, meanwhile, was completely in her element, stunning with both old and new songs more

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Tom Beedham

The Meaford festival is like no other more

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"The coolest part about this label is that it doesn't try to be anything other than a way to put out music," says the Highest Order's Simone Schmidt more

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Win a pair of tickets to see Jennifer Castle on December 21st at The Horseshoe Tavern! more

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Matt Williams

Women rule at this year's $50,000 prize gala more

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Drake, Jennifer Castle and more local acts slide closer to that big cheque 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 more

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King of the Dot X OVO, Monomyth, Hillside Inside and Olivia Chaney more

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Roger Cullman

String master reminds us that music is magic more

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