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Photos: Andrew WK @ The Opera House

Photos by: David McDonald – 

Hard Rock artist Andrew W.K., who is expected to release a new as of yet untitled new album on March 2nd, 2018 via Sony, performed at the Opera House in Toronto on October 17th, 2017. 260 more words


Around Town: Soft Opening @ The Anthem -- 10/10/17

The Anthem’s marquee (Photo by Paivi)

The Anthem, 9:30 Club’s majestic new sister venue at The Wharf, hosted two soft opening dates this week on Sunday and Tuesday prior to a friends and family party Wednesday and its grand opening tonight. 565 more words

Music Park

In The Red

The night before the fateful Las Vegas massacre, Bronwen and I were saying farewell to our home of 8+ years. We decided to take in a high energy rock and roll show and take one last ride on the High Roller, Vegas’ billion foot tall observational ferris wheel. 360 more words


Acting Out! Festival brings awareness to mental health and addiction

By Beth Casteel

As the lights slowly dim, the crowd begins to buzz in anticipation for the final act of the evening . Performers for the Andrew WK concert soon start trickling onto the stage in what is sure to be a memorable end to another successful year for the team of the Acting Out! 875 more words

Arts & Entertainment

Andrew WK Announces New Album

By: Staff –

Party God Andrew W.K. has announced his first new full length album in eight years, which is set for release on March 2nd, 2018 via Sony. 504 more words


The Nine Circles Playlist Vol. 9 (9.18.2017)

Good morning! Back on the Monday routine with this thing… Let’s see how long that lasts. This week’s sampling is a bit all over the map (nothing new there) and I personally included a couple of gems that filled my ears during this past weekend’s… 69 more words

Audio Things

Celebrating 30 Years of 'Licensed to Ill'

RZA, Wyclef Jean, Andrew W.K., Santigold and more talk to us about the Beastie Boys’s seminal LP.

When the Beastie Boys released “Licensed to Ill” in the fall of 1986, it was as if they ripped a pin from a grenade and threw it into the center of the music industry. 3,786 more words