Grad Club

Romance of rural life still key for Old Man

While many dream seekers shift to big cities in the hopes of making it big, Old Man Luedecke had another idea.Continue...

A visceral response

Next Friday’s show at the Grad Club will be a homecoming for Seoul.Continue...

Just getting started

When Grad Club Manager Virginia Clark encourages you to come see a show, you don’t say no.Continue...

Banjo vibes

Save the tissue boxes for someone else — Chris Luedecke’s heartbreak only needed the purchase of a banjo to be solved.Continue...

Golden gods

With a band name like Zeus, only gold will do.Continue...

Walking for inspiration

Kris and Dee talk natural inspiration.Continue...

Into the depths of Wildlife

Wildlife bring their show to Kingston despite recent injuries to their lead singer.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...

Cadence Weapon kicks off tour at The Grad Club

When Cadence Weapon takes the stage at the Grad Club on Friday night, he’ll welcome criticism.Continue...

Queen’s Poetry Slam returns full force

Run monthly, Queen’s Poetry Slam invites one and all to share their spoken word poetry in a scored competition. There are two rounds, allowing each poet three minutes for the chance to show off their best couplets and metaphors.Continue...

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