PrideWestern's all-ages Homo Hop hits The Wave in style

Friday, February 2nd, 2007


Next Thursday The Wave will be anything but quiet, as PrideWestern is hosting its annual Homo Hop.

“It’s a night for gays and their allies to come out and be the fabulous people they are,” says Jamie East, PrideWestern’s VP-social. (read more)

Rid yourself of winter blues with The Cure

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Julie Doiron

Now that there’s snow on the ground, it’s time to add some winter-inspired songs to your iPod’s playlist.

“Hit The Snow” " The Aislers Set
This revamped Beach Boys melody will easily cure your winter blues. (read more)

On Disc - Bloc Party

Album: A Weekend in the City

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

A Weekend in the City by Bloc Party

Bloc Party
A Weekend in the City
Vice/Wichita Records

3.5 stars

After Bloc Party’s debut achieved critical praise and international acknowledgment, the band’s second album faces major hype. (read more)

On Disc - Madina Lake

Album: The Disappearance of Adalia

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

The Disappearance of Adalia by Madina Lake

Madina Lake
The Disappearance of Adalia

3 stars

The Disappearance of Adalia is a mediocre debut album; however, the folklore surrounding it is charming. (read more)

On Disc - Army Of Anyone

Album: Army Of Anyone

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Army Of Anyone by Army Of Anyone

Army Of Anyone
Army Of Anyone
Firm Music

3 stars

Rock’s latest super group, Army Of Anyone, fuses together Filter’s lead singer Richard Patrick and The Stone Temple Pilots’ guitarist Dean DeLeo and bassist Robert DeLeo. (read more)

On Disc - 21 Tandem Repeats

Album: Never Wanted To Be Anyone

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Never Wanted To Be Anyone by 21 Tandem Repeats

21 Tandem Repeats
Never Wanted To Be Anyone
Canada Lynx Records

2.5 stars

There’s no doubt 21 Tandem Repeats’ folky jazz-rock sound is missing something. (read more)

On Disc - The Cliks

Album: Snakehouse

Friday, February 2nd, 2007

Snakehouse by The Cliks

The Cliks
Kindling Music

4 stars

The Cliks’ Snakehouse is extremely satisfying.

The Toronto trio got its start on college music charts. (read more)


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