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John Londono

From local hardcore heroes to Halloween concerts to a lo-fi legend, these are the 20 Toronto concerts we can't wait to see in October. more

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David D. Goldberg

While long-running Toronto music venues vanish, legendary blues bar Grossman's Tavern on Spadina is still operating more or less the same as it always has more

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A roundup of our favourite local songs and videos of the week, including the Toronto electronic artist Joel Eel's LP Performing A Crime, Devontée's Head Gone, plus new ones from Sean Leon and Catl. more

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Tim Saccenti

Our list of the best Toronto music festivals happening in fall 2018. Each offers something different, from Chinese music to hardcore, psych, hip-hop and more. more

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The 10-day comedy fest starts up tonight (September 20): don’t miss these must-see shows more

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Enigmatic Americana, cosmic jazz, Indigenous hip-hop and a lo-fi legend – these are the shows to catch this season more

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Dustin Rabin

Jeremy Dutcher, the Indigenous singer/songwriter, won the $50,000 Polaris Prize for his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa. Here's what else went down at the gala. more

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Vincent McMillen

The MVP Project, a partnership between RBCxMusic and the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, which has acquired the Prism Prize, will provide production grants between $5,000 and $15,000. more

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Review: Haim at TIFF's RBC Music House party in Toronto. The sisterly Los Angeles pop-rock trio kicked off the film festival in quirky style, trying their best to cut through the private party pretension more

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Wu-Tang Clan are coming to Toronto: The legendary hip-hop group will play a free concert September 30 at Rebel, put on by Never Jaded more

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Vanessa Heins

Dilly Dally, the Toronto rock band, want to provide hope instead of anger, and they've found affirmation in femininity, therapy and the music of S Club 7. Read this interview with Katie Monks leading up to their sophomore album Heaven. more

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British producer Sophie comes to Toronto to play a set with lots of hype, Aqua and Prozzäk's nostalgia overload, plus a few more outdoor festivals and lots more coming your way this month. more

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Samuel Engelking

Charlotte Day Wilson and Fantavious Fritz's Work Film Grant will award $10,000 to emerging female and non-binary music video and short film directors more

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iHeartRadio MMVAs 2018 review: With its latest subtle rebranding and move from June to late-August, does the Canadian awards show still have a pulse? more

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Samuel Engelking

Concert review: Less of a one-off special occasion vibe than previous years, Drake's twice-delayed Aubrey & The Three Migos show still felt impressive, with a special guest appearance from Travis Scott. more

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Drake and Migos come to Toronto in August (but no OVO Fest?), along with David Byrne, Beach House, The National and others; plus Manifesto, Veld and Caribbean Carnival festivals. more

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Mari Santos

Big3's halfcourt three-on-three games, played by retired NBA players, are not broadcast in Canada, but that didn't stop nearly 10,000 fans from showing up at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. more

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Tanja-Tiziana

Radiohead Toronto concert review: It was a powerful and bittersweet night at Scotiabank Arena as the band returned to the city for the first time since the stage collapse tragedy and the first show in a decade. more

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Samuel Engelking

This year's 10 Polaris Prize short list contenders include albums from Daniel Caesar, U.S. Girls, Pierre Kwenders, Jeremy Dutcher, Snotty Nose Rez Kids and more. more

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A roundup of our favourite Toronto songs and videos of the week: A pair of premieres from CARES and Fond, a new video from Witch Prophet and Lido Pimienta, one from Shad, and a whole playlist of great new local music. more

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