Six phenomenally talented women rule Fresh Indies this week, including bülow, Sara Phillips, The Aces, Madilyn Bailey, Daniela Andrade, and Kim Edwards.
Royal Wood is one of my favorite Canadian artists. The passionate singer and songwriter has an unmistakable timber that’s rich and inviting, and “Something About You” is his buoyant new single from his new album, Ever After The Farewell.
Netflix has reimagined Lost In Space, and the fun, dramatic, and action-packed new series debuts tomorrow. Making its premiere in Toronto with a fan screening last night, star Molly Parker was in town for the big event, and I had a chance to sit down with her to talk about the Robinsons and their journey ahead.
Rick Mercer finished 15 seasons of the Rick Mercer Report this week, and I’m going to miss him, but I also can’t help but be excited to see what he does next. He also made a great point in his final rant for the show, and it really got me excited about Canada.
In two weeks, the annual Terroir Symposium will bring 60 of the top hospitality and tourism professionals in North America together for the 12th annual event for sommeliers, chefs, hoteliers, and producers at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario.
Out now on Blu-ray, reviewing four new releases: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Pitch Perfect 3, and Justice League.
Sophie Simmons makes her musical premiere with “Black Mirror”, a brooding pop song with a beating heart that’s plaintive and fierce, with a rock sensibility that drives the track to higher ground.
This week, for Fresh Indies Vol. 7, I’ve got six incredible new tracks for you enjoy, spanning old-school R&B, country, folk, and pop music. Featured tracks include Carlos Vara’s “Numb”, Audra Mae’s “Open Arms”, Leah Daniels’ “1st”, Towne’s “Let Me Let You Go”, Stephen Babcock’s “Atlanta”, and “Dancing” by Slow Skies.
M&M’s have three new flavours, and I’ve been taste testing all of them in the name of… science? Well, certainly my love of candy and chocolate at the very least.
Androgynous analog goth rockers The FMs released their latest single, “Eyes Are Suffering”, and The GATE has the premiere, including the brand new lyric video.