Catherine McGrath’s “Lost In The Middle” may sound like a pure American slice of Apple pie, but the Northern Ireland-born singer is proving that country music doesn’t just come from Nashville.
“This Could Be The End of It” is a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day. The song is brisk and airy, but rooted in a sense of sadness that gives way to light. And the lyrics are touching and bright, with a sense of someone who has been there, done that, and come through the other side.
Samsung’s Galaxy Watch has arrived in Canada, and it’s a refreshing update to Samsung’s impressive range of watches and fitness trackers. Plus, it’s gorgeous.
Assassination Nation is an over-the-top social commentary wrapped up in a horror movie and a thriller, and it’s really going to get people talking this weekend when it opens in theatres.
Starley’s “Love Is Love” is a personal pop song that’s catchy, empowering, and just a bit heartbreaking. The Australian artist puts her heart on her sleeve, revealing a story that is tender, even as the song is bright and filled with the sound of hope.
Golan’s “Rocket Love”, featuring Island Chain, is smooth, velvety electro pop that’s gorgeously nostalgic, with a music video that’s just as dreamy as the single.
Summer ends this week, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have one last celebration for some of the best indie songs from the season. We’re getting back into music this week with Shy Martin, The New Respects, Color Theory, Iris Gold, Rea Garvey, and ZOË.
British comedian James Acaster touches down in Toronto for five shows at JFL42, starting tonight, and the award-winning talent recently spoke to me about his show, how he works on material, and comedy genres.
Celebrate that special time of year in Las Vegas as Holiday at The Park returns on November 29th with lights, food, and live entertainment.
50 kilometres. That’s how far I’ve walked since last Wednesday when I started covering TIFF. Aside from Sunday, I’ve walked about 9,000 steps a day, and I love it. It’s my TIFF exercise, with a diet routine thrown for lack of options.