Kate Werneburg helps you navigate Toronto’s vibrant and eclectic Choral music scene: “Amidst the banal blend of pop hits and traditional carols, there is one gleaming gem: the abundance of choirs.”
Lez Zeppelin’s Toronto appearance was punctuated by plenty of tight pants, flowing hair and Robert Plant-styled vocals.
Girls Rock Camp Toronto kicks off an afternoon of female-fuelled rock with a screening of the Hot Docs 2007 official selection GIRLS ROCK! on Sunday, November 16, at 4:00 p.m., at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (506 Bloor Street W). In GIRLS ROCK! young females from eight to 18 select a band, pick an instrument, write a… Read More »
Collective Concerts puts on a goooood show. At their hands, tomorrow at 9pm The Silver Dollar Room will play host to one of the best Tuesdays $15 can get ya. Kid Congo will be playing with the Pink Monkey Birds (instead of, you know, The Cramps or Nick Cave or something), and The Holy Gasp is bringing… Read More »
Nicki Minaj has done it again. With the release of her masterpiece ‘Anaconda’, Minaj has once again disrupted both the world of hip-hop and the world of feminism. Released on Tuesday, the video had already been viewed more than 15million times just 24 hours later (it’s since almost doubled that). While her success is evident,… Read More »
Feast In The East is always a great bet, and this month—the franchise’s 40th installment—is no exception. Featuring a taco dinner by Melanie Hill and performances by Fiver, Wyrd Visions, Tasseomancy, and Black Walls, set against an environment designed by artists Vanessa Reiger and Brandon Dalmer, The Jam Factory (2 Matilda St) is the place to… Read More »