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    The Gravel Road: A True Tale of Survival in Toronto’s Music Scene

    My experience in breaking out as a musician in Toronto? In the 1980s, in a poem comparing his generation of writers to those of the 1920s, Charles Bukowski wrote, “now there are so many of us... who is to survive out of all this mulch? It's almost improper to ask. ...but we should be grateful, for in a hundred years, if the world is not destroyed, think how much there will be left of all of this: nobody really able to fail or to succeed – just relative merit, diminished further by our numerical superiority.” [...]
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    Vogue Dots :: ‘Way Out’

    New Brunswick’s experimental pop duo Vogue Dots – consisting of Babette Hayward and Tynan Dunfield – released their latest single ‘Way Out’. The song is [...]
  • KaseyAnderson

    Kasey Anderson convicted of fraud

    Alternative-rock/country musician Kasey Anderson, who fronts the band The Honkies, was investigated on five counts of wire fraud and was sentenced to four years in prison on [...]

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