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Top Three This Month
We showed up to WayHome Festival with a tent, a few bags of Doritos, and a camera. Before passing out from the heat, we shot a few photos.
We spoke to Denise Benson, author of the new Toronto nighlife history anthology Then & Now, about how communities gather and mobilize in club spaces and how they can be supported.
The Scottish electronic musician dishes on competitive scratching, crate-digging, and how it led him to some of his favourite producers. Plus, why Drake and Kanye are visionaries.
For many who've outgrown it, the 20 year old punk festival has become a punchline. But for its actual audience - mostly alienated teens and young adults - it's still as vital as ever.
We travelled to the heart of Québec City and captured stellar performances from Run The Jewels, Future Islands, The Rolling Stones, and more.
We spent three nights at Quebec City's summer festival, losing ourselves in crowds of Rolling Stones and Run The Jewels fans.
As Whine of the Mystic gets treated to a juicy reissue, Nigel Chapman talks biochemistry, 11th century poets, religion, Joe Strummer and the benefits of drinking. So songwriting, basically.
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