Event • Jazz
Whether you are a fan of jazz or not, the Beaches Jazz Festival’s StreetFest had something for everyone. It was the perfect summer outing for all ages.
Album reviews • R&B
An album that delivers on Faiyaz’s trademark soothingly dark production and unique vocals but disappoints with a dull theme and lack of variety. Brent Faiyaz is back with his lates…
Album reviews • Alternative Pop
A love letter to herself, Renforshort’s Dear Amelia is filled with all the messiness, confusion, and self reflection you’d crave in a coming-of-age debut album. The album opens wi…
Album reviews • Indie Pop / Indie Rock
Foals’ new album, Life is Yours, carries some light and groovy tracks to enjoy this upcoming summer with. This indie rock band strays from their normal sound in an attempt to estab…
Concerts • Indie Rock / Rock
Toronto-based art-rock trio Heaven for Real and friends play an intimate show at The Garrison.
Erika: Fringe Edition is delivered like a true satire—with a gut-wrenching ending.
Concerts • Hip-Hop / Punk / Rap
Machine Gun Kelly may be a polarizing public figure and artist, but two things are clear: he has a strong, loyal fanbase and he can put on a show.
If the Rhizome Festival is anything like the future of verbatim theatre, then it seems to be a rich and enticing one.
Album reviews • Indie Pop
Indie trio Ellevator provides a balanced mix of bright pop and heavy lyrics on their debut album The Words You Spoke Still Move Me.