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Albums of the Month: March

Albums of the Month: March

For the next few years, the Spring of 2015 will be synonymous with the release of Kendrick Lamar’s, To Pimp a Butterfly, an album whose brevity we are still trying to wrap our head around. In the meanwhile, here are our takes on some of March’s most anticipated albums in 500 words or less.

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APR 14, 2015
The Secret Life revealed: Interview with Toronto's Moon King

The Secret Life revealed: Interview with Toronto's Moon King

The Newspaper spoke to Toronto duo, Moon King about how touring inspired their songwriting process, the Neil Young influence on their debut album, Secret Life, and why they had to leave Toronto to truly find their sound. Read More »
APR 11, 2015 | BY DEDE AKOLO
New cellist makes an impassioned debut at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

New cellist makes an impassioned debut at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Conductor, Kyrsztof Ubański and cellist, Sol Gabetta present a phenomenal and evocative performance of Stravinksy’s,The Rite of Spring (1947) and Dvořák’s Cello Concerto (1894-1895) at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Read More »
APR 11, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET
Write Your Own Hieroglyphs

Write Your Own Hieroglyphs

On To Pimp a Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar has given us an album that is simply too massive for a single review or any one person to unpack. In light of that, we have collected a variety of responses describing how students are experiencing the album. Read More »
APR 05, 2015 | BY ANTHONY BURTON, EMERAUDE MBUKU, JAMES LI, KYLE NETHERSOLE, MATTHEW KATARINCIC, WYATT WHYTE
The Elwins Take Over the Hoxton

The Elwins Take Over the Hoxton

the newspaper chatted with The Elwins to discuss the release of their new album, Play for Keeps, interaction with their fans and how Snapchat brings out their inner weirdness. Read More »
MAR 16, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET
Albums of the Month: Febuary

Albums of the Month: Febuary

2015 is already kicking 2014's ass at every corner, here are a few albums we though especially stood out. Read More »
MAR 09, 2015 | BY CHANTEL OUELLET, COLE FIRTH
Wavelength15 Coverage

Wavelength15 Coverage

Celebrating it's 15th year as a Toronto's favourite cold weather remedy, this years Wavelength Festival blended some of the most exciting artists emerging from Canada into one incredible event. Read More »
FEB 24, 2015 | BY CHRISTINA D'AGNILLO, JAMES LI, REBECCA M. WILLIAMS
The Week in Live Music: Zoo Owl, Petra Glynt, Marilyn Manson, Nick Kuepfer, Saltland

The Week in Live Music: Zoo Owl, Petra Glynt, Marilyn Manson, Nick Kuepfer, Saltland

From Marilyn Manson's reign of darkness at the Sound Academy to a Constellation Records takeover, here's what's been warming the city's music venues. Read More »
FEB 16, 2015 | BY CHRISTINA D'AGNILLO, COLE FIRTH, MELISSA MENDES
Album Review: The Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson

Album Review: The Pale Emperor by Marilyn Manson

On Marilyn Manson's 10th studio album, the question still remains, if fans have finally become disillusioned with the empire— or if the pale emperor’s head still fits the crown. Read More »
JAN 28, 2015 | BY MELISSA MENDES
A$AP Ferg and YG at the Sound Academy

A$AP Ferg and YG at the Sound Academy

Two rap superstars battled it out at the Sound Academy during their BeastCoast Connection tour but who came out on top? YG from the East or A$AP Ferg from the West? Read More »
JAN 21, 2015 | BY MICHAEL BALDANZA
 
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