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5 GTA Artists That Paved the Way for the Future

There have been many artist from the GTA that have broken boundaries and got the world to take Canadian music seriously. They took over charts around the world and showed our neighbours (hello America!) that we can make great music just as well as they can. 409 more words

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A Trip Down Memory Lane - House of Blues - Sunest Strip

I woke at 2:00 a.m. to pee. I shouldn’t have looked at my phone but I did. Ariana Cooper had posted a photo of a band from the House of Blues in Los Angeles. 711 more words

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Bringing back memories

Kasum takes you back in time with this banger

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Advice To Our Younger Selves, Falling In Love, and Gratitude

So it all started with a comment on an Instagram picture Deryck Whibley (Sum 41) posted of his 17-year-old self.

Me: What advice would you give to your younger self knowing all that you know now? 1,039 more words

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Deryck Whibley Returns to the Studio

It’s been a long year for Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley.

The musician was admitted into the hospital for kidney and liver failure back in May due to years of alcohol abuse leading to him to proclaim a sober lifestyle. 160 more words

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Photos: Burly Calling 2014 (Beautiful Nothing, Organ Thieves, + More)

Photos by: Jon Wishart – 

Night two of Burly Calling 2014 in Burlington, ON featured performances by Toronto-based indie rock/pop band Beautiful Nothing, Toronto-based punk band Say Yes, which features former Alexisonfire drummer Jordan Hastings, and former Saint Alvia member Adam Michael, and who released their self-titled EP on August 19th, 2014 via Dine Alone Records, Toronto-based hard rock band Organ Thieves, which features former Sum 41 guitarist Dave Baksh, Hamilton-based alt rock band The Monarch Project, and more!    661 more words

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