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A review of Leif Vollebekk’s “New Ways”

“New Ways” constructs new layers upon the warm sounds of “Twin Solitude.” Its promise: to deepen the grooves, engage desire and emotion with courage, and further dig into Vollebekk’s rhythmic explorations. The album cover, with Vollebekk’s face silhouetted against a bright, orange light, suggests that a warm breadth of understanding is beginning to filter through the pain and regret of past relationships. “New Ways” is an affirmation of digging through this hurt and finding a reason to live through it. It documents an artist pushing open the doors of his heart to let a new state of being come into existence.

Yves Jarvis: “The Same But By Different Means” review

Rating: 8.3/10 Sometimes the most exciting music to listen to is also the hardest to classify. The deconstruction of genre and form is a difficult...

Mother Mother returns to quirky form with “Dance and Cry”

For a long time, Mother Mother had quite the form. They were an alternative pop band, having the clear, fun hooks and catchy rhythms...

One In The Chamber brings back Rock N’ Rolls grit and...

On September 22, Canadian rockers One In The Chamber hosted their EP release party, with fellow Rock N’ Rollers Drop Top Alibi (who you...

Avril Lavigne opens up about her battle with Lyme disease in...

For the last five years, Canadian Pop Punk Queen, Avril Lavigne, has been keeping a low profile. Her last studio album, “Avril Lavigne,” featuring...

Toronto Making Music History: Grossman’s Tavern

Walking down Spadina Avenue in Toronto, in the heart Chinatown, you might just hear some jazz music drifting out into the street, through the...

Take a field trip in Toronto: why we’re looking forward to...

Since Wayhome announced that they will not be returning for summer 2018 (which you can read more about here) many wondered whether other music...

Drop Top Alibi hosts release party for “Burn” at Cherry Cola’s

After touring with Gilby Clarke (former Guns N’ Roses guitarist) for the release of their EP (which you can read more about here), young...

Canadian artists who will be releasing new music in 2018

2017 was an important year in Canada for many reasons. Canada celebrated it's 150th year, and much of the entertainment industry reflected this celebratory...

Who was Sam the Record Man?

Earlier this year, Ryerson University announced its plan to re-instate the Sam the Record Man sign above Toronto’s bustling Yonge-Dundas Square. The bright neon...