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Wallgrin

In its 11 tracks of soaring vocals, powerful violin arrangements and textured rhythms, Wallgrin paints a visceral picture of a paradoxical world— one that nods to the past and sounds like the future.

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Sam Tudor

Photograph Courtesy of Ray Maichin for The Permanent Rain Press   Sam Tudor and band came home to a rapt audience. The final show of their…

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Holy Hum

Part three of Soft Cedar, an ‘unconventional’ series of concerts organized by The Cultch, was Holy Hum and Hello Blue Roses at the historic York…

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The Giving Shapes

Tucked away a block off Broadway is the Woodland House, sitting so inconspicuously among its peers that I walked straight past it on my first…

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Sam Tudor

Eyes Wide Shut

“Ear aside, it kind of proposes that under all the nuclear lifestyles and well manicured neighbourhoods, there can be something ominous and dark.”

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Wallgrin

Siren Songs

“I want to juxtapose beauty and dissonance.”

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Boreal Sons

Boreal Sons at the Biltmore on a Monday night couldn’t have been quieter. As one of the few who arrived early, I observed the slow…