The five most anticipated March albums

(By: Emma Sandri) Reading week is over, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are not dating, and the Snapchat update is still a thing. In a year that’s been plagued with so much disappointment, escape all your worries and responsibilities with a some great music. Below are five albums to eagerly await this March. The Neighbourhood – ‘The Neighbourhood’ Currently available Singles: Scary Love, Sadderdaze, Nervous, … Continue reading The five most anticipated March albums

Six must-see March concerts

(By: Lucas Iannetta) With the end of the school year already approaching, it’s easy to get caught up with assignments and worrying about that next due date. Concerts provide the perfect escape, and when it comes to the month of March the concert game is strong. From big pop stars, to up-and-coming Canadian artists to even a visit from one of the biggest names in … Continue reading Six must-see March concerts

Six concerts to catch in February

(By: Rhea Singh) With midterms fast approaching, we all need to be reminded to treat ourselves once in a while. So, what’s the best way to de-stress from school? Concerts. Luckily, February won’t disappoint us with its array of different artists coming to Toronto, from indie pop to rap groups. Check out our top six concerts to catch this month. BROCKHAMPTON Thursday, Feb. 8 REBEL … Continue reading Six concerts to catch in February

Justin Timberlake redeems himself sans breast slip in 2018 Super Bowl halftime show

(By: Lucas Iannetta) It was that time again yesterday for everyone’s favourite live concert: the Super Bowl halftime show, which this year featured Justin Timberlake. A lot of eyes were on Timberlake for his much-anticipated 2018 performance, 14 years after Janet Jackson had a breast slip while singing “Rock Your Body” onstage with the star. This year Janet Jackson wasn’t part of the show, but … Continue reading Justin Timberlake redeems himself sans breast slip in 2018 Super Bowl halftime show

60th annual Grammys faces backlash over awarding mostly male artists

(By: Rhea Singh) The 60th annual Grammy awards set out to present awards to a diverse array of winners that were nominated three months prior. Crowd expectation was that the much-anticipated show would celebrate the change in the industry through movements like #TimesUp. However, the show received heated backlash from viewers who believed it failed to deliver what should have been a progressive night and … Continue reading 60th annual Grammys faces backlash over awarding mostly male artists

Six can’t miss concerts in December

(By: Krizia Ramos) The semester is finally wrapping up, which means that there will soon be a long break from school. The weather might be cold, and snow is about to come, but don’t let that stop the joys of the holiday season. Get your wish list ready and check out these six concerts this December. iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Saturday, Dec. 9 Air Canada Centre … Continue reading Six can’t miss concerts in December

REVIEW: Dua Lipa’s Self-Titled Tour in Toronto

(By: Melissa Bennardo) For those of you who haven’t heard of Dua Lipa yet, she is definitely the one to listen to right now. You may have heard her featured in Martin Garrix’s hit song, “Scared to be Lonely,” but “New Rules” is how she really started climbing the Billboard charts. The song peaked at number 19 this week on Billboard’s Hot 100 list. But … Continue reading REVIEW: Dua Lipa’s Self-Titled Tour in Toronto

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Monsune’s Scott Zhang

(By: Sarah Chew) Ryerson, prepare your ears for this new artist’s soulful pop songs, influenced by the emerging art of plunderphonics. Scott Zhang, the man behind Monsune, is a multi-talented Toronto musician who has been getting worldwide attention recently for his first single, “Nothing in Return.” His YouTube covers have been racking up over 50,000 views, and the comment sections have been filled with adoration … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Monsune’s Scott Zhang

EXCLUSIVE: Meet The Look Back Now

(By: Sarah Chew) Get to know the new-and-improved Canadian power-pop group The Look Back Now. Formerly known as Melbourne the Band, the four Toronto-based musicians – Elliot Gallagher-Doucette, Michael Callahan, Ezra Sherman and Michael Murad – are taking the country by storm. Along with the name change, the band is preparing for a lot of new developments this summer including the release of their first … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Meet The Look Back Now