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Nocturnal percussions

My affair with Queen’s Drama, like most of my affairs, has traditionally been torrid at best and abysmally anticlimactic at worst.Continue...

Gertrude in C

Annie Clifford plays as part of the experimental, folky ensemble The Gertrudes who performed Tim Riley’s piece ‘In C’ for Tone Deaf festival-goers’ ears Sunday night.Continue...

Bush, Stone-d

“I might as well be stabbed in the back all at once ... like that guy from Rome.”Continue...

Re-creating and remembering

Memory is a funny thing. Memory is also the source of inspiration for three Kingston artists and their new show Re-Collection.Continue...

Rock & Roll Report Card

Bob Dylan’s Tell Tale Signs is not really a proper album, nor is it another Greatest Hits ploy.Continue...

Gross’ passion for Canada

There are very few things that make me tear up; a beautiful yet honest celebration of this wonderful country is one of them.Continue...

Hard of hearing

If you’ve ever found yourself tapping your feet to a turn signal, banging on some pots and pans or dancing to the bells of a nearby wind chime, you, my unsuspecting friend, have been touched by the sound revolution.Continue...

Vogt A strikes a sexy pose

It’s a rare occurrence when student written plays fare better than professionally written ones at the Vogt Studio Series, a student-run biannual one-act play festival sponsored by the Queen’s Drama Department.Continue...

Rock & Roll Report Card

As one of Holy Fuck’s fathers, Brian Borcherdt is no stranger to multi-layered soundscapes.Continue...

Spiral Beach and The Constantines flick off

Last Friday the Flick Off campaign travelled into town by way of the rails to host a concert and rally against climate change in Agnes Benedickson field.Continue...

Come again?

The Grad Club is unique among Kingston venues for its sense of community.Continue...

Hip hoppin’ and anal art

When was the last time you went to an aerobics class where rubbing your genitals while speaking words of encouragement to them was a warm-up?Continue...

A&E in brief

When: Tonight at 7:30p.m.Continue...

Five years old and on the prowl

The band name Vancougar is brazen, brash and ultimately leaves you with the impression that this is not a band to take seriously—which is exactly what keyboardist Megan Johnson intended.Continue...

And Maher said, let there be light

What do fire and brimstone, the whore of Babylon, and a bunch of horsemen have in common with comedian Bill Maher’s shock-umentary Religulous?Continue...

New band, old glove

Making the transition from a one-man, one–mic apartment demo project to a full-fledged band at home on indie label Paper Bag Records, Winter Gloves—armed with a debut album—have quickly found a perfect four-member, synth pop fit.Continue...

Give me a party or give me death

Devon Clifford, drummer for the B.C.-based dance-punk outfit You Say Party! We Say Die! isn’t a fan of the remix.Continue...

Rock and Roll Report Card

Tennessee-bred Kings of Leon released their fourth album, Only by the Night in September 2008 to much anticipation and anxiety over the direction of their music.Continue...

Deconstructing the domestic

The world of maximalist artist Allyson Mitchell, with its re-appropriated kitsch and gutsy politics, has taken over the Union Gallery.Continue...

New York, New York

Let’s be nostalgic for a moment.Continue...

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