Archive for 'Chris Dart'
The new EP from Toronto's most buzzed-about band shows a lot of range in just five songs.
The latest mixtape by the much-hyped local MC shows promise, but is bogged down by filler.
The second album from local synthpop outfit Trust is simultaneously very good and not quite good enough.
One half of local rap favourites the Antiheroes strikes out on his own, finds a new sound.
If you like your punk rock fast, hard, and unadulterated, you'll love Valley Boys.
Indie rock/punk hybrid the '92 Blue Jays show a lot of potential on two-song EP.
D-Sisive returns to his old name with a new ferocity.
Nominated for: his constant enabling.
Nominated for: being an ambassador who is proud of Toronto, and who does us proud.
Local MC combines fast-paced references and electro-tinged beats on her new mixtape.
Local rap scene stalwarts Adam Bomb, Rich Kidd, and Tona team up and get dark on their new mixtape.
It's not easy to balance hip-hop artistry with a faithful summary of Doctor Who, but More or Les manages to make it happen.
Eclectic production, '50s-inspired vocals, and heartache from one of Toronto's most interesting young singers.
A great debut from Toronto's most hyped young punks.
Toronto's R&B star-in-waiting delivers a raw, vulnerable magnum opus.
Emily Pohl-Weary's new novel, Not Your Ordinary Wolf Girl, is the story of a teenage girl dealing with both sudden fame and lycanthropy.
The Montreal post-rock act was a no-show at Monday's ceremony.
At the third-annual Toronto Garlic Festival, people came together to enjoy their favourite bulb.