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Why is Canada's oldest multi-venue music festival seen as a weak, sloppy knock-off? We offer six reasons.
A local rap group bounces back from a cancelled show with a fun, high-energy video.
Torontoist sent four writers and one photographer to wander the city for this year's edition of NXNE. Here's what they learned.
There was a lot going on during the closing weekend of NXNE, including veteran rappers, chest-thumping punk bands, and indie-rock boat cruises.
Toronto band plans to end NXNE with musical equivalent of a cake cannon.
The reunited '90s rock group on what it's like to achieve greater success the second time around.
There's so much happening at North by Northeast, it's impossible to catch everything. Here's some of what you missed last night.
Are you tired yet? Tough. Grab a coffee and get back in the pit.
Bringing confetti, mayhem, and humour to their live act are just a few of the elements that make Hollerado one of the most fun Canadian bands around. We talked to them about their new record, DIY music releases, and ostrich-racing.
One half of the Manitoba duo talks about the virtues of both NXNE and the music scene back home.
The Montreal-based trio prepares to blow minds with the simple power of rock.
Punk rock and buzz bands and goth girls! Oh my!
If you're looking for '90s pop punkers, naked comedians, or Australians, tonight's your night.
A folksy Toronto singer-songwriter learns to trust her instincts and break away from the pack.
Lead singer and songwriter Tony Sly discusses his time in punk rock and new forays into solo work.
For the second time, we highlight Toronto-based female comedians who are among the best at what they do.
Wednesday was just a warm-up. Now things are starting to get serious.
It didn't matter if you came out looking for punk, pop, hip-hop or celebrity children, the first night of NXNE had something for everyone.