Concert

A new identity for Viet Cong

The controversially-named Viet Cong — with help from openers Greys and Heavy Lifting — made for a surprisingly giddy night of noise and punk on Sept. 20.Continue...

Music outside the box

St. Patrick’s Day festivities weren’t enough to keep performers away from their craft at The Artel.Continue...

Out of this world music

Bringing his international “The Ephemeral Prince Tour” to The Grad Club, Halifax native Rich Aucoin delivered a high-energy dance pop performance, on Wednesday.Continue...

Art's 1,000,052nd birthday party

Art turned 1,000,052 years old over the weekend. Don’t they grow up so fast?Continue...

Mystery frosh concert presents students with a collection of indie-rock bands

This year’s mystery frosh week concert featured popular indie acts Plants and Animals, Hollerado and The New Pornographers. Despite their popularity, the performances were met with mixed reviews from the audience, who hoped for a more energy-inducing electro lineup.Continue...

Kingston musician takes the stage

Kingston-native musician Chris Koster isn’t afraid to take risks when it comes to the potential betterment of his sound, and releasing three albums next year is his newest gamble.Continue...

A gong show for show-goers

Count yourself lucky if you managed to snap tickets to Said the Whale’s sold out show.Continue...

Old habits die hard

Despite having toured for over five years, they have yet to make a pit stop in Kingston — until now.Continue...

Generously spreading the music around

Playing music is an act of generosity.Continue...

Sting went back to bass-ics

Walking into the K-Rock Centre on Tuesday night was like entering a time warp.Continue...

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