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CD REVIEWS: Plants and Animals: La La Land

Montreal-based Plants and Animals' newest release La La Land is a fun, upbeat record that showcases why the band has been gaining recognition in the indie music scene for a few years now. Their first full-length album, Parc Avenue, was nominated for two JUNO awards in 2009 and was short-listed for the Polaris Music Prize in 2008.
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THEATRE: Off with your head!

In the beginning, there was lust, and in the end, there was still lust. Alexandre Marine's latest stage production, L'evangile selon Salome, is a harrowing tale of a struggling youth, Salome, trying to resolve internal and external conflicts. The classic tale follows a series of modern theatrical twists, boasting musically inspired moments complemented by a world of incestuous perversion, deception and homoeroticism.
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MUSIC: Keeping the Klezmer beat

In 1980, when Dr. Hy Goldman first brought Boston's Klezmer Conservatory Band to Montreal, not many people believed that the near-forgotten musical tradition of Klezmer could be revived. Roughly defined as the music of Eastern European Jewry, Klezmer had all but disappeared after the Second World War.
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CD REVIEWS: Seabear: We Built a Fire

Björk and Sigur Rós may have put Iceland on the musical map. But Seabear - the seven-person collective that just released their sophomore album and made their North American debut at South by Southwest - have proved themselves to be the most promising new Icelandic indie export.
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POP RHETORIC: Moshing to Mozart

Let's talk about a typical concert experience. First, there is the jazz concert, the one at a trendy bar downtown. You go to swanky clubs such as Upstairs and listen to some whacked out players spin out jazz tunes. These tunes are so full of energy and funk that you won't hesitate to scream and shout, whistle and holla', especially considering all the noise from the drunken 45-year-olds in the back of the room.
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MUSIC: Where’s the Schulich at?

Members of the music community are positing Montreal as the next Seattle or Greenwich Village. While Toronto is well known for its festivals lined with big-name artists, such as the Virgin Music Festival, which hosted both Gnarles Barkley and The Strokes this year, the sounds that are challenging and changing the face of North America's oversaturated music industry are being produced in our own backyard.
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TVMcGill shines a spotlight on student films

With online video clips already a welcome distraction at the library, it's hardly surprising that the Fokus Film Festival's popularity has expanded exponentially in the past four years. The festival, hosted by TVMcGill, showcases the works of film-savvy, creative McGill students and awards prizes to the best films in each category.
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POP RHETORIC: The movie is, like, always better than the book

I was making small talk with a co-worker this summer when my eyes latched on to the title on the spine of the book she was reading, Pride and Prejudice. "Oh yeah," she explained, "it's this movie with Keira Knightley, and it was pretty romantic so when I saw the book version I thought I'd check it out for summer.
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