Diyana Noory

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The Instagrammers Making Money off Western’s Drunk Ass Party Culture

Western Savages and UWO Party Life are equal parts rowdy and problematic.
Diyana Noory
4.12.19
Interviews

Justin Trash & killVill Are Anti K-Pop Stars On "FUCK IT UP!"

The Toronto duo wants to make abrasive sounding music to soothe everyone's mental health.
Diyana Noory
10.11.18
Interviews

Noita Confronts Anxiety And Lust On Somber R&B Track "Oxygen"

The Toronto R&B artist talks about the "rainbow" that is Mexican culture and finding her artistic release.
Diyana Noory
8.24.18
Interviews

Tiffany Young's "Over My Skin" Is a Rebirth, So We Asked Her About Everything

Tiffany captivated the world with K-pop supergroup Girls' Generation, and now it's time for her to take the throne back home in the USA with her new solo single.
Diyana Noory
6.28.18
Interviews

BTS Embody K-Pop's Present and Future Crossover

K-pop lyrics tend to play it safe but BTS’ songs tackle themes of online harassment, suicide, alongside critiques of police brutality.
Diyana Noory
6.6.17
Interviews

K-Pop Is Worldwide, but K.A.R.D Are the Idols Who've Already Started There

We spoke to the group about breaking into North America, their co-ed lineup, and wanting to collaborate with Kendrick Lamar.
Diyana Noory
4.26.17
Interviews

BLACKPINK Are Making One Giant Step for K-Pop in North America, So What's Next?

The highest-charting K-Pop group in Canada are reaching for the sun (baes).
Diyana Noory
3.16.17
column

Canadians Are Accountable for Fighting Trump's America

You can talk shit but you have to take action
Diyana Noory
1.30.17
Interviews

London Calling: Punk Duo Heart Attack Kids Are Storming Through Southern Ontario

We talk to the London, Ontario punk outfit about their hometown and how to make the most noise when you're a duo
Diyana Noory
5.6.16
Op-Eds

Mainstream Minority: Zayn Malik's Role as a Muslim Superstar Is Only Going to Grow

Zayn is the first Muslim artist to reach such wild levels of global popularity. What has he taught us so far, and what can he teach us going forward?
Diyana Noory
8.28.15