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Infernal black metal duo Sortilegia have brought forth a leviathan.
The R&B vocalist and songwriter continues to experiment on her first full-length album.
This Canadian-Nigerian artist is full of soul—and her latest EP only hints at her potential.
Studio 180's NSFW satirizes skin mags, while Tarragon's Sextet finds harmony in erotic discord.
The Toronto-based vocalist's new album is a soulful, introspective, and artistically daring project.
Jordan Tannahill's funny, haunting new play focuses on the dark secrets of troubled suburban teens.
The Toronto-based singer's latest EP proves R&B and soul are alive and well in Canada.
The Saskatchewan-raised, Toronto-based rapper delivers an old-school ode to hip hop.
The local space rock trio go exploring on their expansive sophomore album.
The local hip-hop artist delivers a short and sweet album that will leave you wanting more.
Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, actress, spar over Kristen Stewart, celebrity, in the latest from Olivier Assayas.
We've seen dozens of shows—here are the standouts so far.
Looking for plays to see at SummerWorks 2013? Here are reviews of some of the best of them.
Our roundup of the best—and in one case, the absolute worst—of CMW so far.
At the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, choreographer Kevin O'Day stages Hamlet without all the "words, words, words."
Our breakdown of the shows we caught on the second night of Canadian Music Week.
Soulpepper brings a rarely (well)-produced theatre classic to the Young Centre.
Esteemed Soulpepper actors trade their classical canon for an underclass comedy in Lee MacDougall's High Life.