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Suzanne Alyssa Andrew

Toronto electro-glam singer Nyssa has been in bands since she was a teenager and she's channelled her experiences into Champion Of Love more

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Young Galaxy

Richmond Lam

Young Galaxy member Stephen Ramsay says, “It feels like late-period capitalism is sinking its fangs into everyone. The middle class is gutted, and the top artists are in control of what used to be shared.” more

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Richmond Lam

Yamantaka // Sonic Titan just released their heavy and ambitious new third album Dirt on Paper Bag. In this interview, the Toronto band say they're "here to rock, not wax philosophical about culture and race all day." more

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Nerd Noise Night is where sci-fi, comic books, hip-hop and rock bombast converge more

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Author's debut memoir Heart Berries is one of 2018's buzziest books more

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Allison O’Toole's anthology of comics by women and gender non-conforming authors and illustrators is launching amidst an alt-right harassment campaign more

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Broken Social Scene at the Air Canada Centre

Tanja-Tiziana

We put that question to a handful of bands, promoters and fans more

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As the venue undergoes a massive renovation, what can we learn from its history? more

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The singer/songwriter/storyteller was intimate, vulnerable and triumphant in her solo show more

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Including musician Ron Sexsmith's debut novel and a collection of shorts by trans writers more

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Drab Majesty at the Baby G

Suzanne Alyssa Andrew

Tragic-wave duo Deb Demure and Mona D are non-gendered vessels, redefining what it means to be a performer more

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Kevin Ritchie

The Kensington Market café housing Knife Fork Book is closing to make way for a sushi restaurant more

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The brainchild of Broken Social Scene member Andrew Whiteman, Chaos & Star will specialize in collaborations between musicians and authors more

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Silver Dollar

Ben Spurr

City council is going the commemorative plaque route, while New York City is giving thousands of hours of free rehearsal space and more to its musicians more

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Frankie Rose

Forged in the North

Following time spent in Vivian Girls, Dum Dum Girls and Crystal Stilts, the New York City multi-instrumentalist prefers kicking it solo more

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