Tegan and Sara have created another powerhouse album, Love You to Death. The new album, released on Neil Young’s Vapor Records, brings the rock-led melodies that audiences have come to expect from them infused with a modern synth-pop sound.
Trust us, your summer in the Dirty T can be loads of fun, thanks to tours from local and national musicians and bands alike.
Drizzy went back to Toronto to analyze love and heartache, and give us an hour and a half of tweetable lyrics. But, despite the album teasers and singles released, Views was too hyped up by Twitter and media outlets all around.
Tom Walbank sat with his legs slightly spread, open hands gracing his guitar and mouth wrapped around his harmonica. An audience of 30 or so people sat around the open area of Sky Bar, drinks in hand with Brooklyn Pizza Company pizza on its way, and ... read more
After 26 years of wind band conducting at the UA, band director Gregg Hanson will lower his baton and retire at the end of the year. I had the opportunity to interview Hanson about his musical life and how teaching has changed him, culminating in his ... read more
The long anticipated short-film and visual album, Lemonade is finally here. And it comes with a lot of baggage. Despite the amazing production from Jack White, Diplo, Ezra Koeing and guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar and The Weekend, Lemonade attracted ... read more
Gerald Earl Gillum, a.k.a. G-Eazy, acquired his self-claimed nom de plume at a young age. G-Eazy was originally G-E, which he has said he finds kind of silly, but we wouldnât have it any other way. G-Eazy, Young Gerald â thatâs his essence. The ... read more