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November 9th, 2012
Starring Daniel Craig as international spy James Bond for the third time, Skyfall reinstates the aging agent back to fighting form. Taking on the topic of Bond’s mortality rather than asking the audience to assume the man in the tux doesn’t age, Skyfall begins with Bond suffering a devastating accident at the hands of his [...]
August 5th, 2012
Best way to start your day off: Kathleen Edwards: The Canadian singer-songwriter played an early set in the sweltering heat, but Kathleen Edwards definitely wowed everyone who was lucky enough to come early and catch her set. Filled with easy-going folk-pop tunes, Edwards’ set was the perfect way to ease you into the festival spirit [...]
July 9th, 2012
JEFF the Brotherhood are releasing their first major label record, produced by Black Key’s frontman Dan Auerbach. The two-piece slop rockers from Nashville put out a record which is surprisingly tight. It draws most of its comparisons to Pinkerton-era Weezer, when Weezer was at its grungiest. As expected from a JEFF-Auerbach collaboration, the album breaks down into [...]
May 2nd, 2012
It’s no secret that electronic dance music has exploded into the mainstream audience over the past few years. Though DJs like Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Skrillex and David Guetta have clearly proven their ability to rock a crowd, something needs to be said for the artists who have been incorporating those kinds of sounds into a [...]
February 1st, 2012
A$AP Rocky made his official international debut in Toronto this past Friday at The Opera House. Performing for just under an hour to a completely sold out audience, the Harlem-based rapper went in on his set (and the crowd) to show that he is definitely worth a bit more than a couple of pesos. One [...]
December 2nd, 2011
When we found out that one of the biggest bands in the world was coming to MuchMusic to play a full hour and talk to host Lauren Toyota, we knew we needed some back up to help us cover this huge event. We sent out word that we were looking for bloggers and in return found four awesome writers to fly to Toronto and expereince Rogers Presents: Live At Much w/ Foster The People in person! Check out what Mike, Jessica, Jonathan and Kendra had to say about the show after the jump!
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November 30th, 2011
We chose four winners who competed for the chance to fly to Toronto and blog about Rogers Presents: Live At Much W/ Foster The People. This afternoon the bloggers got an early look at Foster The People during the band’s soundcheck. Find out what went down after the jump!
Don’t miss Rogers Presents: Live At Much W/ Foster The People at 7pm ET today!
November 22nd, 2011
Whether you’re a Twihard or are trying hard to avoid the new Twilight movie, one thing is undeniable – this film franchise boasts some of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time. Of course, the success of the Twilight soundtracks can easily be traced back to Music Supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, and in honour of this amazing collection of music we have added the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Soundtrack to our First Spins section! Not only that, but we’ve given you a step-by-step guide to all 15 tracks. So yeah, we’re on team Twihard.
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November 16th, 2011
Need to Know: Toronto-born and raised Aubrey Graham, also known as Drake, has had one of the most notable rises to fame in recent years. Though his first two mixtapes founded his intense following, including mentor Lil’ Wayne, it was 2009’s So Far Gone that gained the respect of critics, the industry, and mainstream audiences. [...]
November 9th, 2011
With an album that lives up to its prolific title, Neverending White Lights founder Daniel Victor is ready to enjoy the success of his long-awaited third disc, Act III: Love Will Ruin (Part 1). After undergoing a snapped vocal chord, a possibly career-ending injury for the singer/songwriter and instrumentalist, Neverending White Lights is back with [...]