Track Trek: Crooklyn Dodgers—“Crooklyn,” “The Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers,” “Brooklyn on My Mind” (Part One)

By Alex Ryu, Feature Photo via Red Bull Music Academy Track Trek is an irregular retrospect review of forgotten tracks of various genres that deserve a second viewing, with an analysis that describes why it deserves so. Track Trek is written by Alex Ryu. In 1994, Spike Lee released his then-latest film to the masses … Continue reading

Demo Magazine Download: Issue 11 (2015)

By Stuart Oakes Demo’s 2015 issue is available below to view and download as a PDF! Congratulations to everyone involved in putting the magazine together! DOWNLOAD HERE: -> DEMO 2015 INSIDE Don’t Be That guy: A Crash Course in Concert Etiquette                By Carey Roach Post-Show Grub: Where to Get … Continue reading

Demo Magazine Download: Issue 10 (2014)

By Stuart Oakes Demo’s 2014 issue is available below to view and download as a PDF! Congratulations to everyone involved in putting the magazine together! DOWNLOAD HERE: -> DEMO 2014 INSIDE Things to Bring to a Concert Four Places to see a Show for $5                By Elena Gritzan “If You … Continue reading

Demo Magazine Download: Issue 9 (2013)

By Stuart Oakes Demo’s 2013 issue is available below to view and download as a PDF! Congratulations to everyone involved in putting the magazine together! DOWNLOAD HERE: -> DEMO 2013 INSIDE UofT Student Musician Profiles: Petra Nikolaou, Molly Thomason, and Amity Beach                By Maria Sokulsky-Dolnycky, Erik Masson, and Sian … Continue reading

Guide: Modest Mouse

Artwork by Grace Guimond, Feature Photo via Nouse    

Album Review: Foxygen—“Hang”

By Tyson Moll, Feature Photo via Cara Robbins/Pitch Perfect PR Foxygen want you to believe that their fourth album Hang is a “cosmic California death game of highway chicken”; a limbo between life and death. Hang is taking a rather maximalist approach. In this, it departs from the psychedelic-folk of previous albums, such as 2013’s acclaimed We are … Continue reading

Show Review: Local Natives at The Danforth Music Hall

By Hazel Sands, Feature Photo via The Fader For the first time in three and a half years, Local Natives graced Toronto with their presence. During this leg of the tour, the opening act is the Montreal-based Little Scream, whose energy and charisma were more than enough to make up for the tech issues and lack … Continue reading

Album Review: Rag’n’Bone Man—“Human”

By Felipe Vallejo, featured photo via Mydaybydaymusic Until recently, the name Rag’n’Bone Man was probably unheard of unless you were part of the indie hip-hop scene in rural England. After his debut release Human, his powerful soul voice is gracing the ears of people all over the world.    Born and raised off of blues … Continue reading

Go Now, You Are Forgiven—A Guide To Dispatch

By Felipe Vallejo, Feature Photo via ImgArcade Whenever I mention the name Dispatch, I’m responded to with looks of confusion. The name is alien to most who were born in the mid-to-late 90’s, and yet it still surprises me that their success and legacy has become relatively forgotten in this age of the music industry. Long … Continue reading

Song Of The Week: Lorde—“Green Light”

By Samantha Capaldi, Feature Photo via Billboard It was only a few weeks ago that I had mentioned to my friend that I was really in need of some new Lorde material. In the way that the world works, Lorde released her single, “Green Light,” soon after. The debut track off of her upcoming album, … Continue reading