Reyez's show entertained London's audience with her ranging vocal and performative abilities.
The Ottawa-based indie-rockers showcased a versatile set of songs, old and new, including a rambunctious "Juliette" and an engaging "Fake Drugs," and more pop-centric tracks including "Greif Money" and "I Got You." They also surprised the crowd with a nostalgic cover of Blink-182's "Dammit."
In 1991, CHRW DJ Roberto LoRusso landed the interview of a lifetime: chatting with grunge-megalith Kurt Cobain three days before the release of Nevermind.
From promoting the biggest parties in London, ON. to managing the chart topping hip-hop producer, Murda Beatz, Cory Litwin's rise as a hip-hop entrepreneur is just beginning.
The fifth annual London Comic Con is probably the only convention in the city where you can catch Captain America causally strutting his shield, Loonette the Clown from Big Comfy Couch signing autographs and a cosplay dance party, immersing locals into the city’s annual ode to pop culture.
Every Friday at noon, lines of rhymes and '90s style rap beats surround the main staircase in the University Community Centre, adding flare and charisma to a space that is usually recycling club booths and empty Timmies cups.
Imagine walking onto a stage without having any idea of what you're going to perform. You haven't rehearsed anything and have never practiced with the people you're onstage with. It's likely you'd be a little more nervous than usual.
“I want to be someone who's real and who can mess up and who can be imperfect and awkward and weird sometimes but can also convey following your heart and following your dreams,” POESY says.
Alumni Five Oceans and current graduate student Melissa Megan trace their journey from performing in Western as students to being established artists.