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“Extra” EP by J’Moris

Described as “combin[ing] the best of hip-hop, southern rap, dub & modern trap,” the entire 16 minutes found on Texas rapper J’Moris’ Extra EP exist in a space between the future, the past and his own reality. Residing in the same…

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Didirri at Drake Underground

On stage at Toronto’s Drake Underground, Australian singer-songwriter Didirri stood with an acoustic guitar in hand. He bared his musical soul as the crowd looked onward transfixed, murmuring comparisons to the likes of countless before him. In truth, there was…

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Words and photos by Stephen McGill Australian legends Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds brought the final date of their Skeleton Tree tour to Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 28. Though there may have been some trepidation on the fans…

Your Daily Feel Good – Ned Dylan

When I was 17, the only thing I created was problems. That’s a lie, I was actually a good kid-lousy student who was more focused on girls, drama club, weed and playing guitar than schoolwork. But I certainly wasn’t as…

Emma Ruth Rundle and Jaye Jayle in Toronto

Married couples have been peppered throughout modern musical history. Famously, Jay-Z & Beyoncé. Kurt & Courtney. Johnny & June are obvious examples. More infamously, Ike & Tina, George & Tammy and Chad & Avril come to mind. Sorry about forcing…

The sweet synth-pop goodness of The Motion Epic

The Motion Epic is the retro pop project of Montreal singer/songwriter, Pat DiMeo. He released his latest single, Ulterior Motives on Sept. 14th as a lead up to his EP launching on October 26th titled Midnight. The Addicted Music Department…

ivoryHAUS’ 8 Tracks of Chill

A common narrative evoked when pondering mountains is the idea of seeking enlightenment through solitude. The hermit who seeks the wisdom of nature to find the deeper answers to life’s questions. Generally, remoteness is what makes this theme compelling. So…

A Weekend At The Greatest Jazz Festival In The World – Part Two

Part one of this article can be found here. Words and photos by Aron Harris, except Hannah Williams photos ©Valerie Gay Bessette and Ian Anderson photos ©Benoit Rousseau As the festival team works, undoubtedly, right now to produce the 40th anniversary…