Volume 96, Issue 99
Friday April 4, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Friday April 4, 2003 - 3:30 p.m.

Rejects rock out the All-American way

They may call themselves rejects, but Oklahoma's pop-rock quartet The All-American Rejects are gaining ground as America's newest pop sensations.




Campus Music Explosion invades The Spoke

Who says London gets boring come exam time? Ask Jay Duggan and he'll give you seven reasons to bear down and get your studying done early.

Reasons one through seven: the winners of seven local battles of the bands coming together at The Spoke tonight for the regional Campus Music Explosion.




CONCERT REVIEW: Taking Back Sunday took over last Sunday

Last Sunday, despite the vicious bite of the bitter cold wind rushing across the concrete sands of Toronto's southern waterfront, it was an amazing night to be at the Kool Haus, waiting to see emo-rockers Taking Back Sunday.




Where's Chip?: Stop spouting crap!

After spending the last two years at The Gazette as an Arts & Entertainment editor, both reading and conducting countless interviews, I decided to compose a Top 10 list of responses that I'm sick of hearing from bands.


CD REVIEW: All-Skanadian Club 4: The Best in Canadian Ska

If you think ska ended with the death of ska legends Slapstick, think again. After a five-year hiatus, the All-Skanadian Club is back with volume 4 in their series of ska compilations.


 
Wiggity wack: Local DJs rise up at The Wave

J-Lo and Ja Rule likely won't be making any guest appearances this Saturday at The Wave. Still, the Technics DMC DJ Championships should offer insight into the roots of hip-hop and showcase some of Ontario's strongest turntablists.




OUTSIDE THE BOX: Le Placard

Sexuality, condoms and discovery lie at the heart of the comedic French film Le Placard (The Closet). Director Francis Veber skillfully produces a simultaneously light-hearted and thought-provoking film which follows the transformation of Francois Pignon (Daniel Auteuil) from a depressive to jubilant character.

 

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