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Dear Rouge finish off Canadian tour

Optimism and hard work takes you far in life, and fast — just ask Dear Rouge.Continue...

Those Gulls perfect and perform their newest album

Ottawa-based band Those Gulls will once again bring their punk-rock sound to Kingston, this time to perform new music from their album Forevermore .Continue...

Lost Cousins are finding their sound

Multiple performances in Ottawa, Barrie and Toronto indicated a strong end-of-summer finish for indie-rock band Lost Cousins, who hope to continue the success this year with an influx of new music.Continue...

Drifting off with Neon Dreams

If you ask Neon Dreams what’s important in life, chances are they’ll mention a party.

On June 17, the band played a raucous set of electronic, dance and pop music to a small crowd at the Mansion. Featuring vocalist Frank Kadillac, guitarist Matt Gats, Adrian Morris on drums with DJ/vocalist Corey LeRue, Neon Dreams know their values: unselfconscious fun for themselves and their fans.

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An interview with Hollerado

Hollerado’s offbeat, catchy indie rock set the house on fire during QPOP!’s Saturday headlining show — literally.Continue...

In conversation with Paper Ladies

The Journal met up with up-and-coming rockers and long-time friends, Paper Ladies, to talk about their washy sound, musical idols, and future aspirations, which may include a food truck.Continue...

Let’s talk about Kasador

On Wednesday, Kingston crew Kasador brought the heat to the Grad Club.Continue...

Watch: Skeleton Park Arts Festival with Lost Cousins

Kicking-off their summer tour this past week, Kingston’s Lost Cousins were back in their home town to play a free show for Skeleton Park Arts Festival.Continue...

Getting to know the brothers behind the band

In their mid-twenties, the Abrams brothers have seen the inside of bars and music venues across North America, been the youngest Canadian musicians to play the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and been signed to Warner Music. This, all while completing degrees at Queen’s.Continue...

A new identity for Viet Cong

The controversially-named Viet Cong — with help from openers Greys and Heavy Lifting — made for a surprisingly giddy night of noise and punk on Sept. 20.Continue...

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