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16 April 2016

Exclusive Interview: YUKA

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The classic RnB revival gets a boost later this month with Toronto band YUKA‘s fourth release – their first on vinyl – called From the Ancients. For Yuka, the RnB/soul …

24 October 2015

Simone Denny: The Stereo Dynamite Sessions, Vol. 1

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It may come as a surprise to find that Stereo Dynamite Sessions, Vol. 1, just released in Canada on October 16, 2015, is the debut solo album from Simone Denny. …

07 October 2015

Alabama Shakes at Boston Calling Music Festival

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She came, she sang, and oh boy did she conquer. Frontwoman Brittany Howard led Alabama Shakes in a tour-de-force takeover of the recent Boston Calling Music Festival’s closing act. A …

02 April 2014

The Band Called FUSE: Impossible Dream EP

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Artists have a tendency to show their roots whether it’s the music that inspired their current love for music or the nations that raised them. The Band Called FUSE hails from a …

03 July 2013

Video of the Day: “Her Favorite Song”

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Ahh… there’s the Mayer we know and love; crooning into a soda can microphone with some hilarious imagery around him. The video for “Her Favorite Song” is like one giant …

21 May 2013

Strong Blood: Trixie Whitley at the Drake

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April 30, 2013- Drake Underground “Oh man. If this is what I sound like at twenty-five, I’m gonna sound, like, ninety in a few years.” Trixie Whitley is nursing a cold that …

04 December 2011

At the Global Cabaret

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The last weekend in October was one of the coolest weekends I’ve ever spent in my beloved Toronto.  Downtown, in the heart of the ever-gorgeous Distillery District, sits the city’s …

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09 July 2011

Adele, the new queen of hearts

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I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t love Adele. The soulful singer blasts from speakers in the cool shops on Queen West,  features on the ipods of everyone from …

29 June 2011

Live from Toronto, it’s the Queen of Soul

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On Friday, a legend infiltrated David Pecaut Square outside Metro Hall to kick off the Toronto Jazz Festival with a free outdoor concert. From only a few meters away it …

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