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This was clearly a transition year for the Toronto festival, but it's unclear what it will transition into.
Cherry Cola’s justification for booking racist Portland band is emblematic of our larger problem.
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They really don't understand modern internet slang.
As the city reaches out to victims of Fort McMurray wildfire, four local musicians explain how the city’s isolation hurts and helps their music scene.
8 artists Ghostbusters could have called instead of Fall Out Boy
Toronto venues are banding together to prevent sexual harassment and assault at shows
Black Pussy just played Toronto. Why did no one care?