Grad Club

Getting lost in the pines

They recorded in the pines — literally.Continue...

A sentimental haze

An intimate crowd gathered inside the Grad Club on a damp Saturday night to be warmed by the dreamy nostalgic sounds of DIANA and Silkken Laumann.Continue...

Unique beginning

The making of DIANA, unlike most bands, came after recording an album.Continue...

Ten years and counting

A post-classic rock band from Montreal, Plants and Animals is comprised of guitarists-vocalists Warren Spicer and Nic Basque along with drummer-vocalist Matthew Woodley. The band isn’t new to Kingston.Continue...

A voice for diversity

Lucas Silveira has a special association with Kingston – and its weather.Continue...

Inspiration from the classics

Canadian singer-songwriter Megan Hamilton’s art and lifestyle is going back to the basics.Continue...

Satisfying, if not epic

Gentleman Reg will turn to his record player of 70s rock before his phone book of famous musician friends for inspiration.Continue...

Musical muse

A day in the life of Virginia Clark.Continue...

Chasing a creative ghost

Buck 65 returns to Kingston.Continue...

Friday night spinning

CFRC DJ Cameron Willis talks to the Journal ahead of the Grad Club's DJ Dance Nite.Continue...

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