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Ultimately, it was pasta that brought them together.
Quebec band The Strain likes to keep it all in the family.
When Kingston’s Sweet Jets started out playing house parties, they had no idea they would be recording an EP just a year later.
Interview with the band Wildlife.
Little Scream discusses her love of guitars.
Deaner talks to the Journal about his band Nightseeker.
The Bright Light Social Hour discuss their musical process.
A day in the life of Virginia Clark.
Yukon Blonde talks their nomadic lifestyle.
Two Hours Traffic makes a quick stop in Kingston.
The Junction talks their band's 12 year journey.
Rich Aucoin talks confetti guns and smiles.
Interview with Eric Solomon.
The Reason discuss their loyal fans.
Buck 65 returns to Kingston.
Kris and Dee talk natural inspiration.
Toronto band Jane's Party talks about their new album.
Young Rival will be counting heads in the audience at the Grad Club tonight.
An interview with rock trio Young Rival.
Will Currie & the Country French get their start at university.
An interview with the Arkells ahead of their sold-out show
Young Empires brings their debut album to Kingston.
Edmonton rapper Cadence Weapon comes to Kingston for two nights.
Fucked Up discusses a break from music.
Queen's medical student spends spare time rapping.
Rae Spoon discusses I Can't Keep All Of Our Secrets.
An interview with Po' Girl ahead of their two Kingston shows.
Interview with beekeeper about their musical children.
Ben Bankas brings his humour to downtown Kingston.
The Good Lovelies embark on their holiday tour.
Singer Rob Moir has travel woes.
Hands and Teeth prepare for their sophomore album.
Cuff The Duke comes to Kingston for a two night gig.
White Cowbell Oklahoma brings back the chainsaws and nudity.
Kingston-based Wendy Luella Perkins is set to debut her new album.
New Country Rehab brings their country rock sound to the Grad Club.
Sandro Perry brings his changing sounds to Kingston.
Charlotte Cornfield comes to Kingston with her new album
The Gertrudes premiere their new album Till the Morning Shows Her Face to Me
Clark Hall Pub has a new house band.
PS I Love You is back in Kingston hard at work.
Jennifer Castle is back in Kingston with her third album Castlemusic.
Despite his political activism, Matthew Good isn't headed into politics.
Rituals finds inspiration in photography.
Elliott Brood brings their death country sound to Kingston.
Jill Barber's whimsical lyrics come to Kingston
Montreal's Malajube brings their French lyrics to Kingston.
Lights kicks off her new tour in Kingston.
Dan Mangan discusses his new album and the perks of having a band.
Wildlife bring their show to Kingston despite recent injuries to their lead singer.
Ohbijou released their third album ahead of a tour stop in Kingston.
Tommy Youngsteen plays the hits from Young, Petty and the Boss.
Peter Elkas comes to Kingston with his new record, Repeat Offenders.
Newfoundland musician Mark Bragg plays the Mansion on Tuesday.
Andrew W.K. is back on another Canadian tour.
The Planet Smashers bring the ska subculture back to Kingston.
Bruce Peninsula returns with a new album and tour.
The Sleuth Bears release their debut album tonight.
Queen's beatboxing star, Julia Dales is headed back to Kingston.
Ahead of their show tonight at the Mansion, Mother Mother talks to the Journal about life since Eureka
Carmen Townsend and her bandmates are touring Canada in a minivan this month and they’re looking for places to stay.
With best friend and bandmate Chris Dumont, Stars’ lead singer Torquil Campbell whistles a decidedly different tune.