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Enter Sandman Viper Command

Sandman Viper Command are bringing their unique brand of spazz-rock to Kingston for not one, but two shows.Continue...

Hearing in the dark

Last week, Tone Deaf celebrated its ninth year of bringing experimental sound art to eager festival attendees in Kingston.Continue...

Ross-in-residence

Stuart Ross wears many hats from poet, publisher, author, editor and now as this year’s writer in residence, sharing his experience and knowledge with literature-loving students at Queen’s.Continue...

Return of the deaf tones

This year marks the ninth annual incarnation of Tone Deaf, a festival celebrating the adventurous exploration of sound and broadening of musical palettes in Kingston.Continue...

This ain’t no party, this ain’t no disco

Now playing at the Screening Room, Life During Wartime boasts vibrant scenery to juxtapose the lingering idea of war.Continue...

Vapour & vinyl

Last Thursday night marked the opening of Tone Deaf 9, an annual festival of adventurous sound running until Saturday Nov. 7 in various locations around Kingston.Continue...

‘We see it as people wearing our artwork’

Tuning into the instructional and collaborative aspects of their company rather than the lucrative, the entrepreneurs behind Ezia Couture talk to the Journal about balancing bows, books and bringing a little Blair to the Limestone City.Continue...

PS I love Mangan in the sky with diamonds

This Halloween weekend brought an intimate double set with The Wooden Sky and Yukon Blonde, a hazily harmonious homecoming with PS I Love You and Diamond Rings and a cozy collaborative concert with Dan Mangan.Continue...

All aboard for Agpak Mum

The energetic five piece talks to the Journal about the nineties, Kevin Federline and grilled cheese sandwiches.Continue...

A very nice acoustic device

BC folk rocker Dan Mangan waxes poetic on novels, the varying degrees of epic and crowds.Continue...

The zombies are coming

The King’s Town Players talk to the Journal about their newest production and welcoming all types into their theatrical sandbox.Continue...

Face the love

Far from unfamiliar with the Limestone City, PS I Love You is returning with a debut record.Continue...

Learning how to play by heart

After a year of teasing us with his captivating music videos, Diamond Rings is bringing his Special Affections to Kingston.Continue...

Forty years of rock ‘n’ roll

Quintessential Canadian rockers Lighthouse make a triumphant return to Kingston.Continue...

Modern storytellers

Crimes in Paris sound off about hot sauce, Snooki and the El Mocambo in light of their gig at Ale House.Continue...

Allen’s darkly detrimental foil

Woody Allen’s latest tells the story of interconnectivity between people abandoning rationality and embracing passion.Continue...

Lighthouse still shining bright

Four time Juno winners Lighthouse were a port in a storm for concert attendees last Saturday night at The Grand Theatre.Continue...

Flock to the Flame

Tyler Ball hears a refreshing change from the norm with Waka Flocka Flame’s debut LP.Continue...

Julie Fader, inside and out

Artist in profile.Continue...

Establishing emotion, trashing tension

A simple mission turns into a nightmare in Lebanon, a claustrophobic interpretation of the First Lebanon War of 1982.Continue...

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