People Do Drugs at Music Festivals: Organizers Need to Stop Ignoring This
A critical look at how fests in Canada are preparing for overdoses during the opioid crisis.
Toronto Club The Hoxton to Close in January After Six Years
The announcement comes following the popular electronic music venue's co-owners' decision not to renew their five-year lease.
Goldroom is a Beach-Tinted Songwriter, But Don’t Label Him Tropical House
"I could write a song that's as good as 'Free Fallin'' or 'Wonderwall,' then I can die happy."
Why Fugazi's Politics Are as Frighteningly Relevant Today as They Were in 1988
From gentrification to sexual assault on college campuses, Ian MacKaye's dire predictions for the future have all come true.
The Inaugural Lineup for Bestival Toronto 2015 is Here
The Canadian version of the festival will include the likes of Flosstradamus, ZHU, Flume, Jamie Jones, and much more.
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Famed British Massive, Bestival, Makes North American Debut in Toronto
As if Toronto music fans didn't have enough to look forward to this summer.
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Hip-Hop and Live Acts, Destructo's New Focus
The mastermind behind HARD explains G-house and the direction for this year's festival.
A Date With RYME
We went for lunch with Meech and Rynecologist, after the release of their first EP on Boys Noize Records. As with all good dates, a mix(tape) was involved.
Photo Diary: Brillz
We went on an adventure with trap star, Brillz, during his stop in Toronto.
In this segment of Clubscape, Maria talks about the battle as a female photographer, drum and bass nostalgia and getting kicked in the face by Die Antwoord’s Yolandi Visser.
Apex Tour is the DJ-centric Concert Series You Shouldn’t Wear Kandi to
“The art of DJing kind of took a backseat in the recent past.”
Jimmy Edgar, the Cornerstone of New School Detroit Techno
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