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Angela Gzowski

A bucket list concert from Massive Attack, the return of Robyn, #JusticeForGlitter and more shows you can catch in March in Toronto. Read more

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Album review: James Blake's Assume Form: With his darkness and paranoia balanced by lovesick optimism, music's favourite sad boy sounds like he's finally ready to be happy – or at least try to be. Read more

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David LaChapelle

A victory lap at Scotiabank Arena for Houston rapper Travis Scott. Plus: just announced Toronto shows from Deafheaven, Cass McCombs, The Claypool Lennon Delirium and more. Read more

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David LaChapelle

Travis Scott Toronto concert review: the Houston rapper brought some of his hometown magic to Scotiabank Arena, while also making it clear his ties to our city run deep. Read more

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The star-studded launch of a new arts incubator, a free pop hero Christmas show and some superstar hip-hop beef – these are our favourite Toronto concerts happening in November. Read more

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Album review: On Lil Wayne's long-awaited The Carter V, he shows he can still hang with contemporary rap flows and sometimes improve on them. Read 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. Read more

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David LaChapelle

Travis Scott leads this week's list of just announced Toronto concerts, which also includes Lucinda Williams, Denzel Curry, The Lemon Twigs and more. Read more

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Samuel Engelking

The eighth edition also included tons of Atlanta hit-makers, a couple of wild card guests, and a teachable moment between Drizzy and Tory Lanez Read more

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Local acts join forces with big names like Gwen Stefani, Usher, Lil Jon, Amber Rose and so many more, making this weekend possibly the most star-studded Toronto has seen since TIFF Read more

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Young Thug's a no-show, but the on-their-game openers almost incite a riot Read more

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