Music

Clark brings the funk

Toronto-based jazz group After Funk and five-piece collective ART the Band brought the funk to Clark Hall on Saturday, delivering two wildly-energetic and groovy performances.Continue...

Spinning in Kingston

It’s Friday night, the week is over and you’re ready to dance your sorrows away.Continue...

The Chance for authentic creativity

Now that music is mostly free to access, listening to anything is easy. But does that mean creativity is diluted or set free?Continue...

An interview with Hollerado

Hollerado’s offbeat, catchy indie rock set the house on fire during QPOP!’s Saturday headlining show — literally.Continue...

Review: Schumann visits Kingston

When I was seven, I slept through my first symphony orchestra performance.Continue...

In conversation with Paper Ladies

The Journal met up with up-and-coming rockers and long-time friends, Paper Ladies, to talk about their washy sound, musical idols, and future aspirations, which may include a food truck.Continue...

The anatomy of a modern pop song

The next time you find yourself out dancing at a club, have a close listen to the blaring music.Continue...

Curtains raised on new musical theatre program

Every day, music echoes through the halls of the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. On Thursday though, voices were raised to celebrate a new, multi-institutional program.

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Clark’s festival fever

Just when you thought festival season was over, Clark Hall Pub hosted Clarkapaloozaroosheagastock— a mouthful of a music festival — on Saturday night.Continue...

The Vault bids summer farewell, but not without some hiccups

This Sunday, live bands and audiences came together to enjoy a laid-back listening experience at the fourth annual Welcome Back!-yard Festival presented by The Vault that didn’t entirely go according to plan.Continue...

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