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Future funk and retro rhythm

Toronto producer Harrison—real name Harrison Robinson—is bringing a fresh sound to clubs across Canada.  Harrison’s music exudes optimism while addressing some of the subtle difficulties of the experience of youth, from relationships to clubbing. His SoundCloud bio says, “Maybe it’s not so bad.” One of his singles, “It’s Okay, I Promise,” features a monologue from… Keep Reading

Lucius
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Lucius becomes one with the music

On March 28, Lucius, a five-piece band led by singers Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe, performed at Theatre Fairmount as part of its tour to commemorate the release of its second album, Good Grief. While its first album, Wildewoman, has been praised for its soulful ’60s vibe, its new album moves in a different direction,… Keep Reading

Mitski rocks out
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A cathartic Concert: Mitski at Casa del Popolo

On Tuesday night, Mitski turned Casa del Popolo into a de facto confessional. Touring for her 2014 release, Bury Me at Makeout Creek, Mitski Miyawaki’s Montréal show followed a handful of North American tour dates, which were directly preceded by performances in the U.K., and even at the Iceland Airwaves festival. A shivering pack of… Keep Reading

Chance the Rapper
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From the Viewpoint: Chance the Rapper, Family Matters Tour

There is definitely something strange about showing up alone to a tour titled “Family Matters.” Not that everyone had brought their grandparents to the Olympia—as I was secretly hoping they would—but the title of the show insisted on celebrating the purest and most complete type of love that, and as such the idea of buying… Keep Reading

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