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The debut release from Toronto's Biblical is a surprising, powerful, and elemental record.
In Bruce McDonald's latest film, McCabe-Lokos, who also co-wrote the script, turns in a performance that is both captivating and excruciating to watch.
With their exceptional cosplay and good con manners, the fans of Toronto ComiCon were also the stars.
This winter just got a lot more epic.
Recording artist Jason Amm creates a soundtrack for the story of modular synths.
The 43rd annual Juno Awards will be bringing a host of Toronto artists to the 'wards ceremony in Winnipeg.
In its classic-sounding new full-length, Skull Fist proves that heavy metal traditions are worth honouring.
Casting our eye back on some of the best aggressive releases we missed in 2013.
The Art Gallery of Ontario collaborates with local multi-arts organizations on a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary discussion about feminism and artistic practice.
The best Toronto records of 2013 were those that surprised, excited, and disturbed.
Nominated for: challenging our intestinal fortitude.
Nominated for: sending women writers "down the hall."
Toronto black metal necromancers create something as lovely as it is monstrous on their debut EP.
A blizzard of raw, folk-tinged black metal that is perfect for the bleakest days of winter.
Ol' Time Moonshine has distilled something potent into its debut release.
The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair is more dazzling than dusty.
The debut release from these aggressive Toronto newcomers fuses progressive, sludge, and blackened grunge with startling results.