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A duo driven by fear

With best friend and bandmate Chris Dumont, Stars’ lead singer Torquil Campbell whistles a decidedly different tune.Continue...

Facing straights

Last Flowers take inspiration from their icons and filter it into a decidedly more punk pop and hardcore nexus.Continue...

Be a champ

The members of Tokyo Police Club have grown up tremendously since their first EP release in 2006 and their music is following suit.Continue...

Minimalism, maximized

In Sofia Coppola’s latest picture Somewhere, the audience is taken for a ride with a character seemingly going nowhere.Continue...

Rebuilding with voices

After gaining notoriety as the band who were down but not out, The Darcys came out of this year’s Canadian Music Week heralded as the best live band in Canada.Continue...

Mother Mother finds it

The Vancouver-based quintet release their third and most synth-heavy album to date.Continue...

Creatively complex creatures

In Vogt’s final series, layered stories obscure meaning, but ultimately shine through chemistry and choreography.Continue...

The cathartic powers of heavy bass

The folks behind Sloppy Footwork get ready to turn up the bass and bring people together with their monthly gig.Continue...

Engulfing ardour

Vagabond Theatre brings one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies to the era of sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ rollContinue...

Hoods & fangs

Hooded Fang’s lead singer Daniel Lee catches up with the Journal Continue...

Playing guitars with boys

Joel Plaskett, David Myles and Kurt Vile strummed to audiences at their respective gigsContinue...

Changing lives with creativity

Keep A Child Alive ignited Wallace Hall with their fourth annual charity art show and auction for AIDS.Continue...

Tokyo Rock

The Zoobombs performed a highly anticipated and gloriously noisy show at The Mansion on Tuesday night, filtering their apt classic rock and funk influences through Japan’s trademark tradition of decidedly frantic rock ‘n’ roll chaos.Continue...

Premiere year

Another Year is a study of sorts, telling the story of needy and melancholic people making sense of their lives.Continue...

The name’s Vile, Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile is coming to town armed with The Violators and tunes from his sophomore record, Smoke Ring for My Halo.Continue...

Bustling bodies

Fourth-year BFA students Laura Stewart, Katie Strang & Bronwyn Loucks bring their Body of Work to Union Gallery.Continue...

Candidly Candide

The Department of Drama’s production of the classic musical extravaganza Candide opens today and is worth every penny of its $12 admission price.Continue...

Polarizing stigmas & emblems of love

Incendies may not have come home from the Oscars with an award, but the story is a potent one of
tremendous magnitude, narrating a woman’s backstory in order to unravel her dying requests.Continue...

Strike the drums, tickle the synths

Armed with their thundering drums and palpable synths, the band who say they believe in Bruce Springsteen anthems and Beach Boys harmonies are coming to Clark Hall Pub next Thursday.Continue...

Plutocratic people

The Company Men tells the tale of three men grappling with life after the 2010 economic crash.Continue...

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