Category: Music

WILCO: 30 YEARS YOUNG AT MASSEY HALL

30 Years Young and Stronger Than Ever   Almost twenty years after their inaugural performance at Massey Hall, Wilco returned with a seasoned vigour that belied the band’s and members’ age and demonstrated their musical journey. Never a band that…

“The Siren” by New York songstress Lara Taubman

Lara Taubman, a compelling force in New York’s folk and alternative music scene, has released her latest album, The Gospel of Getting Free. Known for her raw and emotive vocal style, Taubman once again captivates listeners with this hauntingly beautiful collection…

Every Moment All At Once by Pretty Crimes – a review

Raleigh band Pretty Crimes are back with their latest album Every Moment All at Once. With a base of blues rock, main songwriters Dan Irving and Em Edgerton have explored almost every format of indie music one can think of…

EXCLUSIVE MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE – RED ROVER BY FEATURETTE

Today we’re thrilled to be the very first to share the brand new music video “Red Rover” from pop music disruptors Featurette. Toronto-based Alternative Electronic Trio, FEATURETTE  release the emboldened and cathartic, “Red Rover”, available now on all platforms worldwide….

Taylor Swift and Mastering the Art of Reinvention

In the fast-paced world of entertainment, where trends and tastes evolve rapidly, few artists manage to stay relevant and successful across multiple decades. Taylor Swift is a great example of an artist who has not only survived but thrived by…

Charlotte Day Wilson Live at HISTORY

There is no better way to close out a tour but to do it at home. And that’s what Canadian R&B singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson did on June 6, 2024. In support of her latest released album in May, the…

From Beethoven to Today: Why Symphony Music Remains Popular

There is an old story about how Beethoven composed his most famous symphony; apparently, once his maid came to the door to bring him supper, she knocked on the door a few times in a specific rhythm while Beethoven was…

d4vd Brings The Energy, Toronto Feels It

Gamer and content creator turned indie singer/songwriter kicks off his My House Is Not A Home Tour at the Danforth Music Hall. The sold-out tour opener had a line that spread west along the Danforth before turning down Broadview Ave….