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Archive for May, 2018

  • Features

    18 OF OUR FAVORITE MUSIC VIDEOS: MAY 2018

    - by Meredith Schneider

    May was a pretty insane month for music videos, if we do say so ourselves. Every corner we turned, there were 150+ new works of art to explore and be mesmerized by. But that didn’t slow us down from consuming as much of this gloriousness as possible. From sun-soaked summertime…

  • Features

    ALBUM REVIEW: FREEDOM FRY, ‘CLASSIC’

    - by Deanie Chen

    If you’ve loved Freedom Fry before, the duo’s long-awaited debut album Classic will not disappoint. The Los Angeles based duo, of Parisian-born Marie Seyrat and Michigan-born Bruce Driscoll, charm listeners immediately….

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    VIDEO PREMIERE: CALEB KOPTA, “BURNING HOUSE”

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Caleb Kopta’s latest release, a vivacious and driving 4 minute anthem, is here, and we’ve got your first glimpse. The track, “Burning House”, effortlessly raises your heartbeat and instills a strange sense of restlessness in you, as the listener. The chorus begs for…

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    LO-FI SESSION: BOOGÁT, “MEZCALERO FELIZ”

    - by playlistplay

    Boogát became a quick favorite for those attending Folk Alliance International who were in the mood for some debaucherous, latin-infused dance jams. Blending traditional cumbia and salsa sounds into smooth hip hop, Boogát had everyone in the room movin’ and shakin’.

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    SESSION: ORDINARY ELEPHANT, “BEST OF YOU”

    - by playlistplay

    International Folk Awards 2018 “Artist Of The Year” Ordinary Elephant is all but ordinary. The powerful duo blend soft vocals and sweet strings to create their own take on folk music. Filmed on location at the Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City, Missouri in February, 2018.

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    GALLERY: BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE (BUDWEISER STAGE / TORONTO, ON)

    - by Jackson Fleming

    Kicking off the much anticipated summer concert season at the Budweiser Stage, Broken Social Scene, the beloved hometown heroes of Toronto, absolutely owned the stage and were nothing short of spectacular!

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    LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY: CHARLOTTE DAY WILSON (RBC ECO BEACH / TORONTO, ON)

    - by Jackson Fleming

    Performing to a massive crowd at Echo Beach Saturday during CBC’s annual music/arts festival, Charlotte Day Wilson continues to prove why she is one of Canada’s most sought after singer/songwriters. Possessing a vocal capability that tends to draw comparisons with artists such as Irma Thomas and Aretha Franklin…

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    LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY: TESSERACT (OPERA HOUSE / TORONTO, ON)

    - by Jackson Fleming

    With a familiar style of play that calls to mind innovative bands such as Tool and Animals As Leaders, U.K. progressive metal rockers, TesseracT, hit Toronto Tuesday night on their spring tour across North America. Packing the historic venue to capacity, TesseracT played one of most electrifying sets that…

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    LO-FI SESSION: GIRI & UMA PETERS, “SANDY BOYS”

    - by playlistplay

    The powerhouse sibling duo of Giri & Uma Peters left us absolutely blown away with their showcases at the 2018 Folk Alliance International conference. We caught their performance of “Sandy Boys” at their unofficial showcase in Making Movies’ Carnaval Room.

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    LIVE REVIEW + GALLERY: NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHTSWEATS (MASSEY HALL / TORONTO, ON)

    - by Jackson Fleming

    Friday night saw historic Massey Hall transform into a show straight out of the 1950’s by hosting  Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. The eight piece band, including front-man Nathaniel Rateliff, draw heavy inspirations from vintage rhythm & blues along with some classic Southern rock. Songs like “S.O.B”, their…