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Cousins, Adelaide Hall - Indie Week 2014

Indie Week 2014: Fri & Sat

The final nights of Toronto’s Indie Week, were spent away from the Queen St W area, where most of the venues seem to be congregated. To mix things up a bit, I went down to The Royal, to watch a documentary film, Folk, following the

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Indie Week 2014: Thursday

So Indie Week has kicked off with a fantastic line up of artists which stretch across the Atlantic. Considering there are 250 acts, it’s impossible to see them all – so the best I can do is get a flavour of who is playing. The

Industry Exposé #2: How To Become A Music Photographer

[Archives: Interview conducted for CUB Magazine. All images are property of Stuart Leech] On an unlikely sunny February afternoon, I had the pleasure of meeting Stuart Leech, freelance twenty-something photographer whose clients range from NME, Artrocker to The Fly and the BBC. The career of

Lovebox 2014 Review: East London’s Gift To The City

Woo hoo! My first summer festival since….I can’t even remember when. Lovebox has been on everyone’s list for the past 5 years. With the skater boys to the Chelsea gals etching this two-day city festival into their calendars. As my companion said, inner-city festivals are

Phantogram – Voices

Amidst the distractions of collaborations and EPs, Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter have spent the last four years working on a follow-up album to 2010’s highly acclaimed Eyelid Movie. Voices serves up a fearless, hands-on approach to the rebirth of trip-hop through the eyes of