Music

PUP is back in Kingston

Canadian rockers PUP are playing The Ale House on Mar. 28.Continue...

Said The Whale play The Mansion

Said The Whale played The Mansion on Mar. 10 as part of their cross-Canada tour.Continue...

Jatiwangi art Factory’s ‘Lair’ brings collaborative music to Kingston

Jatiwangi art Factory (JaF) , an artistic collective from Jatisura, Indonesia, is bringing their music ensemble to Kingston for a micro-residency .

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In good company: Tennyson King reflects on his musical journey

In touring his new album, Good Company, Canadian singer-songwriter Tennyson King is set to play Kingston’s Musiiki Café & Whiskey Bar on Mar. 17.Continue...

A brief history of album art

There’s nothing quite like a great album cover.Continue...

The Gertrudes reform to release ‘Emergency To Emergency’

The Gertrudes are set to release their album Emergency To Emergency on Nov. 26 via Wolfe Island RecordsContinue...

The Zolas play first Kingston show in years

Indie rock band The Zolas played at The Ale House & Canteen on Nov. 8.Continue...

Futura Free gets ready for album release show

Kingston band Futura Free is set to hold an in-person release show at The Mansion on Oct. 9 for their newest album, Reducer.Continue...

Jonathan Davies talks recent Kingston show with The Journal

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Davies performed on Sept. 11 at the Centre culturel Frontenac as part of the “Soirée Création” concert.Continue...

Omega Edwards discusses her music and its purpose

Omega Edwards, Con-Ed ’22, believes her music can help people on their life’s journeys.Continue...

JukeBox County releases debut album

JukeBox County, the stage name of Kingston’s own Rich Tyo, sat down with The Journal ahead of the release of his upcoming debut 10-track album, Inner Space Outer Space .Continue...

Steven Heighton releases debut album 'The Devil's Share'

Steven Heighton, Queen's MA '86 and accomplished author, had no interest in performing his own songs until the owner of Wolfe Island Records heard him play.Continue...

The Wilderness connects with fans via livestream

The Wilderness has proven there’s nothing more rock-and-roll than caring for yourself and others.Continue...

Tom Savage’s personal evolution through his musical career

Tom Savage shows just what Kingston artists are made of at the 11th annual Homegrown Live Music Festival. On May 4, local bars, art galleries, and restaurants overflowed with patrons who came out to...Continue...

Long Range Hustle takes Kingston on a ‘magic carpet ride’

When Paul Brogee and Jay Foster were 17-years-old, they took a trip to Kingston from their home north of Belleville to see The Tragically Hip in concert. The two teens had performed together in a few coffee shops, but neither had seriously considered a career in music.Continue...

The Honest Heart Collective talk origins and Ale House

The Honest Heart Collective returned to Kingston on March 21 for the eighth time.Continue...

Shade brings grunge inspired alt-rock to The Toucan

Shade wants Kingston to know that good rock music is still alive, and they’re dead-set on making it their own.Continue...

Student doc recounts album’s creative process

Christian Parry loves to sing in the shower.Continue...

Ezra Jordan carries on a musical tradition

Ezra Jordan has never been a stranger to music.Continue...

Charlotte Cornfield’s new album finds catharsis in illness

Psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that causes a painful skin condition reminds Charlotte Cornfield what’s most important in life: family, then work.Continue...

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