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Mngwa

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The Shangs

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Alex Cuba

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Tri Nguyen

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Defend The Rhino

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Talltale

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Kiwi Jr.

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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Blankket

Pegatively Nositive

The Blankket is Steve Kado. Steve Kado is the Blankket. Simple enough. Thankfully his music is not so simple. Pegatively Nositive is Kado’s nod to philosopher, social critic, and pop culturist Theodor Adorno. As I...

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By Christopher Veit
Apr 1, 2009

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Final Fantasy

Play To Please

Final Fantasy’s Owen Pallett lives a life that most musicians could only dream about. In the last few years the talented Torontonian has worked with The Hidden Cameras, Arcade Fire, Beirut, Grizzly Bear, The Last...

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By Michael Gerbrandt
Apr 1, 2009

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Kids On TV

Shape Shifting Mutants / Remixes Volume 1

Kids On TV are a dance-punk/queer-core quartet based out of Toronto. The band is lead by bassist John Caffery, as well as DJ/producer “Minus Smile”, guitarist “Wolf”, and Roxanne Luchak who mixes live video samples....
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By Marshal Hignett
Dec 6, 2009

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Mantler

Monody

Toronto’s Chris A. Cummings, a.k.a Mantler fourth CD entitled Monody is something of a genre jumping chameleon album that leaves the listener wondering on the artist’s direction or is he simply creating his unique niche...

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By Dave Ferguson
Aug 30, 2010

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One Hundred Dollars

Fourteenth Floor b/w Migrant Workers

Much in the vein of the folk, and country music tradition they play, Toronto’s $100 have offered a great follow-up their 2008 Forest of Tears record. As musical as it is poignant, the band has...
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By Scott Thomson
May 1, 2009

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The Swyves

The Swyves

The Swyves are a trio who continually put the ‘free’ in ‘free jazz’ on their self-titled debut recording. All nine of the improvised performances were recorded live in the studio and are presented unabridged...

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By Sean Luciw
Aug 30, 2010

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Bob Wiseman

The Legend

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By Rob Pingle
Sep 23, 2008

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