Music

The sounds of the Wolfe: Day One

A mix of veteran attendees, past Island dwellers and acts from years ago congregated this weekend at the Wolfe Island Music Festival (WIMF), bringing the sleepy community of Marysville to life.Continue...

A testament to talent

What began as a dock party 14 years ago has now become one of the top Canadian music festivals.Continue...

Drumming to unity

His eyes were closed, his hands beating his drum. Julian Gregory, the organizer of Kingston’s weekly drum circle, was immersed in
the music.Continue...

A musical museum

Kingston’s Brian’s Record Option isn’t all about records — it’s a lot about Brian.Continue...

Behind the DJ booth

Boris Boitsov says anyone can be taught to DJ, but I'm not so sure.Continue...

Hooked on the musical revolution

With over 674 million views on YouTube and a number two spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart,
it seems that “Gangnam Style” might be bringing in a new type of pop music.Continue...

‘It’s not going to work if you can’t blend’

Founder of campus a cappella group says singers won’t make the cut if they can’t match other voices.Continue...

TD Pump It Up Concert

Queen’s won the TD Music Experience free concert last month by out-voting McMaster on the company’s Facebook poll. Around 800 students showed up to see B.o.B., Mother Mother and the Team Canada DJ’s tear it up at the all-ages event.Continue...

Concerts are for fans—Ticketmaster isn’t

Swifties wasted no time advocating for concertgoers when the Verified Fan Presale for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour descended into chaos on Nov. 15.Continue...

Revamping your Christmas playlist

Even though it’s only November, the Christmas season is approaching fast. With the festivities amping up, it’s time to get into the holiday mood with some festive Christmas music to match the winter feels that are quickly approaching.Continue...

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