indie

Film facelift

The new owner of a local movie theatre is looking to attract students. Wendy Huot, a Queen’s University librarian, bought the Screening Room at 120 Princess St. this June. She said she’s hoping to add late-night screenings of horror and cult films to “encourage a different crowd and be a little
bit rowdier."Continue...

Anticipating 2019’s indie-rock scene

Following a strong year for great alternative music—with new albums from James Blake, Mumford & Sons, and Beck—the stakes for 2019 are high.Continue...

A nostalgic upper-year’s review of Sam Roberts at Homecoming

This year’s Homecoming concert wasn’t about the music.Continue...

Wolfe Island Music Festival celebrates 20 years

For 20 years, the Wolfe Island Music Festival has been a getaway for music lovers across the country.Continue...

Born Ruffians front man talks new album, Kingston shows

When longtime drummer Steve Hamelin returned to play with Born Ruffians, it meant one thing for front man Luke Lalonde: “the band was back together.”Continue...

Arkells rise to first headlining-stadium tour

Arkells frontman Max Kerman wants you to do three things at their show: sing, dance and take care of each other.Continue...

Matt Mays’ long road back to Kingston

When Canadian rock fixture Matt Mays takes the stage opening for the Arkells at the K-Rock Centre this Friday, it’ll be after a five-year wandering absence.Continue...

Hey Ocean! energizes Clark Hall

Brimming with an effervescent brand of folky, synth-infused alternative pop, Canadian indie-darlings Hey Ocean! delivered an impassioned performance at Clark Hall on Friday night.Continue...

Arkells’ Max Kerman talks upcoming Kingston show

For front man Max Kerman, the Arkells are never far from their college band beginnings.Continue...

Meet Kingston’s next homegrown talent

Singer-songwriter finds home in Kingston’s music communityContinue...

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