Trinity Bellwoods is THE place to be this weekend.Read Article
Toronto Hit List: NXNE, Great Heart Festival, 159 Manning BBQ 2013, 90s Party: School’s Out Edition, Hot Mess & more!
June 10-16 NXNE @ various locations. 7 days, 1,000 bands, 50+ venues! Check out their website for schedules and a complete list of performers.June 13-16 June 13-16 Live In Bellwoods: Great Heart Festival @ Trinity Bellwoods Park, 790 Queen St. W. It’s finally here. The sunshine, the greenery, the crop tops, and the cut-off denim.… Read More »Read Article
One of the best things about summer in Toronto is, hands down, Trinity Bellwoods Park. Located in a great part of town and close to some of the city’s best bars and restaurants, the park is a great green oasis where you’re sure to bump into at least eight people you know (plus a babe… Read More »Read Article
Parks, puppies, acoustic guitars, sitting and singing in the sunshine all weekend long: The Live in Bellwoods Great Heart Festival exemplifies the best of the Canadian music scene, a place where, as long as you’re down, you’re always welcome to join in for a song.Read Article
Toronto Hit List: NXNE Experiment II, Toronto Island Bonfire Party, OTM x Songs & Cigarettes Vintage Pop-Up, A Wild Rumpus for Maurice Sendak & more!
June 8th-17th Luminato @ various locations. An annual 10-day festival of creativity where Toronto’s stages, streets, and public spaces are illuminated with arts and creativity! Luminato is a multi-disciplinary festival of theatre, dance, classical and contemporary music, film, literature, visual arts, design and more.Read Article
An interview with Rosie Blais, lead singer of Enjoy Your Pumas, whose soulful voice has Emily Haines comparisons flying left, right and centre
In addition to having a name that probably meant she couldn’t do anything with her life but become a rockstar, Enjoy Your Pumas lead singer Rosie Blais has the swagger of Alexis Krauss, the emotional clout of Tegan and Sara, and sounds at times like Metric’s Emily Haines—fitting, since the first comparison inspired by Commonality,… Read More »Read Article