Music

A barned good time

To say the beer was flowing is an understatement, as Mackinnon Brothers Brewing Co. hosted a one-day festival featuring local bands, food trucks and, of course, refreshing brews made on the very ground the drinkers stood on.Continue...

Kingston to live stream The Hip’s farewell concert

On August 20, all of Kingston will have a front row seat to music history, as the beloved Kingston-bred band, The Tragically Hip say farewell to their fans with a final concert at the K-Rock Centre that will be live streamed in Market Square.Continue...

Watch: Skeleton Park Arts Festival with Lost Cousins

Kicking-off their summer tour this past week, Kingston’s Lost Cousins were back in their home town to play a free show for Skeleton Park Arts Festival.Continue...

Getting to know the brothers behind the band

In their mid-twenties, the Abrams brothers have seen the inside of bars and music venues across North America, been the youngest Canadian musicians to play the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and been signed to Warner Music. This, all while completing degrees at Queen’s.Continue...

The Tragically Hip to receive honorary Queen’s degree

Renowned musicians The Tragically Hip will be among the 16 people receiving honorary degrees from Queen’s this spring.Continue...

Students struggle to access Isabel

Students attempting to use spaces at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts often face large fees — at times hundreds of dollars — despite the centre’s mandate to enhance students’ skills in the arts.Continue...

Talking Heads: What do you listen to while you study?

What do you listen to while you study?Continue...

What Kesha’s case means for sexual assault survivors

Last week, in the midst of a lengthy legal battle, singer Kesha was denied a court injunction that would release her from working with the man she says “sexually, physically, verbally, and emotionally” abused her.Continue...

Beyoncé’s “Formation” isn’t perfect, but it’s empowering

After releasing the music video for her latest single “Formation”, Beyoncé has gotten her fair share of both praise and criticism. Critics quickly took to their respective platforms to condemn Beyoncé's latest track, calling it anti-police and needlessly political.Continue...

The sounds of love

There are a lot of mixed emotions floating around about Valentine’s Day, but The Journal has come up with a list of songs guaranteed to get you excited about the big day.Continue...

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