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Witch Victim – Which Victim?: “Silicone Man / Fever Trip” Single and Video Release

Story and Photos by Sara Kuefler. Witch Victim is a band that defies…well a lot of things to be honest:  expectation, definition, and any sort of predictability. Sounds exciting, right?!  After having the opportunity to hang out and enjoy an adventure with the members of the band I feel that Witch Victim operates principally from a beautiful harmony of the combined instincts of its members.

AJ Robles: Upcoming single “Minimal”

Interview and photos by Annie Da Silva. Flirtatious in nature, rudeboy B*les (pronounced ‘be-less’) is a playful, cheeky r&b singer. Drawing inspiration from artists such as D’Angelo, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, and Anderson Paak, love lyrics and heartbreaks are his sustenance and recreation.

Esker Foundation presents their spring/summer exhibition season – featuring Indigenous artists and filmmakers from the circumpolar world

Story by Jenessa Blanchet. On making your way through the exhibitions, Among All These Tundras and CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK, viewers are immediately immersed in a juxtaposition of historical tradition and contemporary artistic forms. This carefully orchestrated, elegiacally curated experience not only brings our awareness to the social, environmental, political and cultural challenges facing the peoples of the circumpolar world, but also appears to test our notions of tradition itself. 

Caleb Hart: “11” tour and album release

Story by Annie Da Silva. Photos by JSLVR Photography. A natural born performer since he was a young boy growing up in the small Caribbean island of Tobago, Caleb Hart has been taking his music across Canada and around the world to Australia, USA, New Zealand, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean full time for the past six years playing almost 900 shows.