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Vish Khanna

Maggie MacDonald's apocalyptic space comedy podcast No One Receiving features Owen Pallett, Laura Barrett, Fucked Up's Mike Haliechuk and many more. Hear the first clip here. Read more

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With infinite airtime and a sense of humour, three locally made web series are experimenting with the talk show format Read more

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Tino Vacca

Concert review: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto: at the soul-stirring final show of their marathon Skeleton Tree tour, the band proved an arena can feel just as intimate as a sweaty bar gig. Read more

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Concert review: Alice Glass's collaboration with director Floria Sigismondi set a mysterious vibe, with dancers, lights and film art – but the visual element felt underwhelming. Read more

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Pooneh Ghana

Courtney Barnett interview: With her witty first-person insight into universal themes, the Australian singer/songwriter is an accidental expert on Toronto’s vanishing venues crisis. Read more

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Kanye West - Ye album review: Do the rapper/producer's raw honesty and still-fascinating artistry justify overlooking his more reprehensible traits? Read more

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From Sloan to SARSstock, a look back at the undeniable influence, virtuosity and ferocity of one of rock's true saviours Read more

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Gord Downie Tragically Hip

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The Tragically Hip singer, poet and advocate has passed away at age 53 Read more

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The long-running Manitoba punk band stuck mostly to 2017 album Victory Lap and had nothing to apologize for Read more

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The iconic Toronto underground rock band returns to celebrate 25 years of Smile and Toronto's musical past Read more

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Of course, the American folk music icon did so in his own uncompromising way, while also giving Toronto fans his most inclusive and dynamic set in years Read more

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The Toronto post-rockers' set was fuelled not only by moodiness and hard textures, but also joyous relief Read more

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The comedian's pettiness was the worst thing about the telecast. Much better were A Tribe Called Red's show opener and Feist's Leonard Cohen tribute Read more

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The folk rock legend takes on more classic American songs, a little more obscure this time around and perfectly executed Read more

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But the Toronto hip-hop superstar also reimagines raw mixtapes as artfully curated playlists Read more

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At the first of two Toronto shows, the Chicago sextet made it all right to celebrate something made in America for a few hours Read more

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A government crackdown on online-concert-ticket resales only scratches the surface Read more

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The cameos by Elton John, Anderson .Paak, Kanye and Kendrick Lamar are nice, but it's the ambitious productions that super-charge this record Read more

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The singer/songwriter and poet was one of Canada's – and the world's – most distinctive and timeless artists Read more

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"You can't like R.E.M. and U2. That was the Beatles/Stones of the 80s. Or the Oasis/Blur, if you will," Chris Murphy says. Read more

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Gord Downie at Roy Thomson Hall, October 21, 2016

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More than a concert, the event was a pointed appeal to Canadians to embrace our sullied history Read more

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