BUMP: Boots & Scoops

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Montreal duo Boots & Scoops describes their catchy mix of rap and pop as “music for girls with freckles.” I’m not sure about that definition, though. Their debut EP, Summer2014, is more like… Continue reading

D-Tales: Geek Love by Katherine Dunn

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Everyone says drugs are bad for you, and that’s mostly true… unless you’re trying to breed a freak show. Having inherited a less than profitable carnival, that is exactly what Al and Lily… Continue reading

The Adamczak Curse: Al’s Fringe Blog #8

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When I found out I was actually going to do this Fringe tour, I got really excited about the whole thing. I also started asking more questions to fellow artists about what to… Continue reading

BUMP: A Night of Pop-Punk at Piranha Bar

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Last weekend I went to Piranha Bar for what turned out to be an evening dedicated to pop-punk. As a longtime fan of the genre this was a pleasant surprise. The night opened… Continue reading

Fantasia 2014: The Hundred-Year-Old Man, Lazy Boyz

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In a festival known for its bizarre programming, you know you’re going to run up against some delightfully different movies. With that in mind, I saved some of the weirdest for last. The… Continue reading

Fantasia 2014: The Creeping Garden, The Snow White Murder Case, Koo! Kin-Dza-Dza

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What do mold, gossip, and cellos have in common? Um, they all feature in three very good movies I saw at Fantasia last week. These intros can’t all be winners, you guys. The… Continue reading

Fantasia 2014: I Origins, Suburban Gothic, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

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Hands down the best festival Montreal has to offer, Fantasia always showcases a brilliant and wide selection of international films and this year was no exception. Screening over 160 feature films and somewhere… Continue reading

BUMP: An Interview with Emerson Windy

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Emerson Windy is an up and coming Californian MC and producer who has done production work for industry greats like Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne. He’s currently organizing a re-release of his debut… Continue reading

Kat & Anna Go Hillside: Festival Wrap up

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Kathryne and I had both been looking forward to Hillside for months now. The last time we attended the festival was in 2010. This was the summer we met for the first time.… Continue reading