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With the passing of one lightly jazzy, overtly 70s-inspired song into the next, I overlayed this soundtrack onto visions of dinner parties with my closest friends and slow mornings with a loved one. My initial listen to this album brought one word to mind: love.
As a trap and hiphop lover and a native to Atlanta, GA, I was extremely excited to attend the concert of Nate Husser, a Montréal born up and coming rapper.
Joe Keery has been busy. Between being a Hollywood actor in hit television series Stranger Things and pursuing his own songwriting career, he is no stranger to making his art as unique to him as possible.
From golden-age 90s house to left-field techno, garage, and more, U-Turn breaks from the monotony of uninspiring dance music.
An endless, restless, masterful collage of shiny and symphonic instrumentalism and daringly ambitious storytelling.
Santa Teresa at the Societé Des Arts Technology hosted a three act bill which brought together a multitude of genres for a fun and versatile night.
Ensemble Obiora, Canada’s newest and most diverse classical music ensemble, is preparing for their inaugural concert on August 28th.
Body Break’s debut is a simultaneously cute and deeply pissed-off twenty-minute paean to individual exploration, self-reflection, and finding harmony in dissonance.
Julia Dyck talks with bandmates (and CKUT hosts) Nick Schofield and Stefan Christoff.
Play With the Changes is full of positive affirmations and self-observation, allowing us to witness both her personal and musical growth with each track.
CKUT journalist Mariam Salaymeh interviews the rap god LEGEND Tommy Wright III.
The ability for an album to sound so hectic and so controlled at the same time is nothing short of masterful.
This is an amazingly versatile album, that can be perceived as complex or as simple as the listener wants, and serves as a virtuous introduction to this genre.
A relaxed evening with hearts warmed by great music and charming band members.
As I entered the Fairmount this past Monday to catch the end of Hanna Benn, the already substantial crowd was a clear indicator of the magnetic power and intrigue of ambiguity.
Last Sunday, Theatre Plaza hosted an ode to DIY music with three distinct artists demonstrating synth-laden electronic, good ol’ rock, and a final act that combined the two
I went to Casa del Popolo this past week to catch the stacked bill consisting of Mal Devisa along with locals Skin Tone and Joni Void.
La Louma makes complex pop music sound effortless, and combines her classical training, her DIY punk ethos, and pop sensibilities to create an album confident in its clashes.
If you weren’t dancing and singing along at the Alvvays concert on Friday, you were missing the entire point.
If people are complaining about the lack of “old-school” music in the modern day, then it’s clear they have not heard about Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings.