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Jeneen Frei Njootli

Subverting, Reclaiming and Redefining

“During the performance, Frei Njootli wears an industry grade respirator and black parka she has made herself; the audience is also provided ear plugs and respiratory masks. Of this she says, ‘I want people to wonder why their protection looks different than my own.'”

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Maxime Michaud

Maxime Michaud’s experimental album, Essais, is a triumph of consciousness. The word ‘essais’ implies ‘to try,’ a theme woven flawlessly into the delicate fabric of…

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Liza

The debut EP from Toronto-based R&B singer Liza is decidedly without winter’s chill.  Clocking in at 13 minutes, February 29 is an effective presentation of…

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Little Bit Of Soul

Jade Pauk is the founder and host of Little Bit of Soul, a show concentrated on playing jazz, swing, and more for three years now….

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Ian William Craig

On The Brink

“I’ve always felt like you should be able to walk into your favourite music, like it’s a place in which you can exist.”

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Pop This!

“Press play and come hang out with your two new best friends.” So reads the online description for Pop This!, and it’s a statement which…

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Gentricide

“The term gentricide is impossible to tether to a single definition, a single cause, or a single consequence…”

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Someone Knows Something

Someone Knows Something is CBC’s first attempt at a Canadian version of NPR’s Serial. The first season was released in March of last year, and…

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The Psychic Alliance

A Shot Of Adrenaline

“Art should be spiritual. Art is what church should be. What religion fails to give people, art can supply.”

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Record Store Day

Record Store Day comes with a bang this year on April 22 as it celebrates its 10th Anniversary.