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The Coachella Music and Arts Festival in 2013.  <br />Photo courtesy of Twitter.

The Death of Coachella?

Today marks the beginning of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, but it also could mark the downfall of the festival once considered one of the best in the world. What used to be a destination for many indie music lovers around the world is slowly becoming an afterthought, at least in the eyes of ticket […]

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Vibrating at a different frequency

Music for the deaf community was considered  an oxymoron by most people, but David Bobier believed that music is an art that could be shared by all, regardless of disability. The VibraFusion lab in London, that was founded by Bobier in 2013, is based on alternative audio technology created by the Inclusive Media and Design […]

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Exploring Peripheries: Twentieth-Century Art Song for Piano and Voice at 121 Studios this Friday night

Friday night, 121 Studios on Dundas St. will be taken over by art songs, which are music pieces composed for piano and voice alone. Performing them is Christina Willatt, singer, and Susanne Murphy, pianist. Willatt is a singer, pianist, composer, music director and teacher who holds a master in vocal performance and literature. Murphy is […]

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Puddle of Mudd no-show causes uproar

Excited fans were left waiting in vain last night at London rock club, Norma Jean’s, when the evening’s headliners Puddle of Mudd abruptly cancelled their set. The venue’s management grew concerned when the Missouri grunge rockers failed to arrive for their 5 p.m. sound check, and proceeded to phone their hotel. When they finally made contact with the group’s members, who were […]

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