In 2007, Montreal musician Robbie Tucker returned to the stage following a two year hiatus; the result of a 2005 Parkinson's disease diagnosis.
Arts & Culture
Our response to his passing has been as iconic as Michael Jackson was. In this era of e-communications, is it any wonder the death of this superstar would incite such a profound public exchange?
Winnipeg singer-songwriter and filmmaker Bob Wiseman blends folk, rock, jazz and explicitly political themes.
What's that in the air? I do believe it's that blend of prog-folk, dystopic-stage-musical, acoustic-glitch everyone's doing nowadays.
The four piece pop perfectors from Toronto, The Bicycles, are known for their sparkly live shows filled with catchy two minute tunes that’ll get your heart racing.
A guide to crafting your own zine and getting it out into the scene
Arthur Renwick comes from two places in northern B.C. -- Kitamaat, the ancestral home of the Haisla people, and Kitimat, an Alcan company town built to house the aluminum smelter’s workers.
A beautifully bent portrait of vocal harmony, clever, offbeat lyricism, and dynamic instrumentation.
Raoul Santodomingo Experience was born of frustration and raised with the iron hand of discipline.
An arts and community coalition in Toronto wants to see advertisers charged a levy with the funds to go to public art.