Long Winter

Brigitte Bardon't a.k.a. Kristel Jax

Kate Young

The broken system has turned me from an artist into a DIY drone therapist – and that should worry you more



Brian Medina

From Wavelength Winter Festival to two varieties of DJ skate nights, these upcoming events prove toques are the new flower crowns more


From Bahamas to A Tribe Called Red, here are the shows NOW critics are most looking forward to this month more

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Cylla von Tiedemann

Our top picks for dance, music, film, theatre and more more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

Nautiluss, Han Han, the Magic and Tough Age are playing the January fest. Plus: No Joy, Anthrax, Mykki Blanco and Said The Whale are coming to town more


The newly renovated venue at Queen and Dovercourt wants to diversify programming with an expanded capacity and upgraded sound and lighting more


Metric, Dragonette, A Tribe Called Red, Idee Fixe Records, the Toronto Urban Roots Festival, Wavelength and Long Winter are among the artists, labels and live music showcases to receive grants from the Ontario Music Fund. more


Some say they don't feel safe at events for teens due to lack of security, drug abuse and violence more


VCR at Long Winter Galleria

Michelle Wong

Harsh acoustics and lineups that led to more lineups subtracted from the fun of seeing a rock show at Galleria Mall more

Concert reviews

Win a pair of tickets to First Thursday: Long Winter Volume 3 on December 3rd at AGO! more

Art & Books


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The attacks in Paris did not deter fans from turning out for DIY music series Long Winter's November edition, but getting through the door was no easy feat more

Concert reviews

Darlene Shrugg

Photo credit: Kevin Ritchie

The indie music festival leaves a stronger cumulative impression than it does moment to moment more

Concert reviews

Moshing at Long Winter

Carla Gillis

At the January edition of the all-ages music series, the kids just wanted to mosh more

Concert reviews


Roger Cullman

Shows that rocked Toronto last week more

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Roger Cullman

For better and for worse, Long Winter again proves to be a study in contrasts more

Concert reviews

Montrealer ditches London to go her own way on debut solo album more