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Little Warrior Reveals Her Emotions On Flight Risk

Behind the moniker, Little Warrior is actually composer Lex Casciato, originally from “Steel City” Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. That her alias fills one’s head with curiosity is no accident; Ms. Casciato has worked hard from her humble beginnings to the artist she is…

Black Lives Matter: A Movement in Photos from Canada

Since the beginning of June, thousands-upon-thousands have gathered in Toronto and throughout the rest of Canada in solidarity for anti-racism protests, chiefly organized by the Black Lives Matter movement.  Even with the noise of helicopters, media outlets, and detractors, the…

Les Techno Stops to Smell “Flowers For Dystopia”

Sometimes a familiar sound on record is better than any “mature” work laboured over for far too long. Such is the case with the Flowers For Dystopia, the latest single from Les Techno – a New York-based musician with an…

The Marcus King Band Bring Southern Charm to Toronto

Subtlety is not a hallmark of The Marcus King Band. At 23-years-old, the guitar phenom of the same name – along with his five-piece back-up band – clocked in a dizzying two-hour show at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall. Light on crowd…

The Best Films of 2019

It was an odd year for film, a year that saw the future of cinema more uncertain than ever. However, despite the shift in how we consume our preferred content, there was a wide range of superb offerings demonstrating, no matter…

The Hypnotic Sounds of Crumb Lead Fans to Toronto’s Mod Club

On stage, the hallucinogenic music of Crumb lives and breathes like a liquid light show. Part dreamlike, part nightmare, part warm hug, their reverb-soaked sound wafts rather than lingers. As a reflection of their critical success, the Brooklyn-based outfit –…