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Top Three This Month
NXNE came into 2015 with good intentions, but, after a week full of the same old blunders, it became obvious those intentions had crumbled yet again.
This year's festival felt smaller scale than usual, so we explored the less travelled corners of a thriving Toronto music scene that just happens to come alive every June.
As festivals crowd the market, the sense-overwhelming Unsound brought a unique experience with a point.
The visceral new documentary deepens our understanding of the late soul singer, while creating an air of tragic inevitability.
The Toronto singer/songwriter uses flowers, hot springs and "the local moment" to keep her songs forever living and breathing.
From oddball picks to a couple of big time snubs, here are some things that make this year's Polaris worth watching.
The famous UK festival made its way to Toronto and we caught all the artists on stage and backstage on film.
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