Music

Erez and the Pearlz make their musical debut

Erez Zobary almost lost her singing voice once—but she won’t let it happen again.Continue...

Brother Elsey talk weekend shows, Detroit and brotherhood

Michigan’s Brother Elsey owe their success to two things: Detroit and a fraternal bond.Continue...

A pleasant introduction to death metal

Great American Ghost lead singer Ethan Harrison screamed, asking the metal heads for devil horns on Saturday night.Continue...

Seeing yellow with indie rockers VALLEY

For VALLEY, being twenty-something is a yellow at an intersection.Continue...

The Wilderness’ new EP reflects on past hardships

For the past three months, the only sounds coming from The Brooklyn on a Friday night were The Wilderness and their rowdy crowd.Continue...

Generocksity parties for charity

Philanthropy and partying—it’s how Generocksity plans to assist homeless youth.Continue...

Riding indie waves with The Kents

Since the release of their debut EP Waking in 2016, The Kents have been on the rise in the Canadian music scene.Continue...

Singer-songwriter Joe McLeod heads into the unknown

Joe McLeod has words of wisdom for just about anyone: if you work hard and put yourself out there, you will go far.Continue...

Tone Deaf Music Festival on key for 17th run

If you didn’t know Kingston had a local experimental music scene, you’re not alone.Continue...

Performance makes Truth and Reconciliation local

Reconciliation will be taking center stage at the Cantabile Choir performance this weekend.Continue...

Fast Romantics is the happiest band in indie rock

On Fast Romantics’ forthcoming album, front man Matthew Angus asks himself what it means to be truly happy.Continue...

Rich Aucoin tours for charity

If biking is good for your health, Rich Aucoin should be a fitness guru by now.Continue...

Indie rockers USS talk Ale House show

Everything about vocalist Ashley Buchholz is summed up in his band’s name: Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker (USS).Continue...

The Elwins take Ale for fall break

The Elwins have the same feel-good vibes as the best of `90s one-hit wonders.Continue...

NEW CITY to bring chart-topping singles to the Mansion

This Tuesday, NEW CITY will take over The Mansion as they visit Kingston on their North American tour.Continue...

Decades later, Mellencamp still wows audience at Leon’s Centre

Last Thursday, I time traveled for the first time.

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Cowboy Junkies talk new album, Kingston tour stop

Thirty years since the Cowboy Junkies’ humble beginnings in a Toronto garage, their place in Canadian music has never wavered.Continue...

Sarah Harmer ticks off ballads for new voting system

Sarah Harmer will be busting out her guitar in support of an upcoming ballot initiative at the Spire this coming Tuesday.Continue...

Kiss the Fish wins Battle of the Bands

Clark Hall house band Kiss The Fish’s dedication to each other and their music keeps them afloat in the Kingston music scene.Continue...

Dringo Starr DJ’s ’80s dance party

If you’re looking for a dance party this Thursday, try the Brooklyn.Continue...

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