“I Came Home, I Stayed Home”: The Complete Story Behind GoldLink’s ‘At What Cost’ Article

On the 9th  March, GoldLink released “Meditation,” the second single from his then-forthcoming album, At What Cost. The synths vibrate with the calming warmth a baby’s giggle, accompanied by sparse, tropical drums that swing with an infectious spirit. It's the kind production that kindly asks your foot to tap, your legs to kick, your hips to wiggle―by the time GoldLink […]

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Lab Coast Reveal Compilation LP and Limited Cassette Ahead of Massive Tour

Calgary-based quintet Lab Coast released their first full-length fering last year in Remember the Moon, and they’re showing no signs slowing down in 2017. The group have announced Canadian and European tours. along with an international compilation and a brand new cassette. A short tour Canada will see the band move from Lethbridge eastward to Montreal, making stops in Regina, Thunder […]

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​Vince Staples, Jenn Grant and the Courtneys Lead This Week’s Can’t Miss Concerts

If you’ve worked up an appetite for some delicious live music, you’re in luck: As per usual, we’ve prepared our weekly edition Can’t Miss Concerts, which includes a healthy mixture acts falling all over the musical spectrum, playing from March 23 to 29. From the velvety folk chanteuse Jenn Grant to the poignant words Long Beach rapper Vince Staples, we’ve […]

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Devendra Banhart The Phoenix, Toronto ON, March 9

It all began with Devendra Banhart, dressed head to toe in brown save for a flash salmon pink at his ankles, quietly approaching the stage, crouching down to stly wave to the rather full crowd. From then on, however, nothing would be quiet or delicate. Five years on from the last time he played Toronto, Banhart and his four-piece band […]

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Man Who Stole Drake’s Jewelry Sentenced to a Year in Jail

Kevin Winter, Getty s The man who lifted over $3 million worth jewelry from Drake’s tour bus last year has been sentenced to serve the next 12 months in jail. According to TMZ, Travion King, was given the one-year sentence and he will also have five years supervised probation once released. As previously reported, last September, King, a homeless man, […]

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Nelly Drops New Song ‘Sounds Good to Me’

Derrty Ent. It seems like these days, Nelly has been doing everything but putting out new music. The wait is finally over. The rapper recently released his latest single “Sounds Good to Me.” The St. Lunatic is still on his country music/rap wave, as he gets lit over a C&W-sounding instrumental on the crossover attempt. “Na, na, na, what you […]

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Curious As to How Gorillaz, the World’s Best Animated Band, Does a World Tour?

Damon Albarn’s cartoon pop band Gorillaz announced today that they’ll be kicking f a giant Return to Plastic Beach world tour this fall, which will feature an October 8 date at Madison Square Garden. Hooray! (Also, between this and the Arcade Fire and Phoenix/Dirty Projectors/Wavves shows, MSG is totally the new Bowery Ballroom.) But how, exactly, does a live show […]

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Field Trip Reveals 2017 Lineup with Broken Social Scene, Phoenix, Feist

Field Trip returns to Toronto for its fifth consecutive year in early June, and organizers have just revealed the 2017 lineup.   This year’s bill will be headlined by the fest’s veteran performers Broken Social Scene on Saturday, June 3, and by French indie pop giants Phoenix on Sunday, June 4.   Other artists performing across the weekend include A […]

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Prince’s Backing Band the Revolution Unveil North American Tour, Play Toronto

Following a reunion last year in the wake Prince’s tragic passing, his former backing band the Revolution revealed a short string tribute shows to the late Purple One. Now, they’ve expanded their plans substantially with a full-blown North American tour. The band made famous for backing Prince on such iconic albums as Purple Rain and 1999 will now spend much […]

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