Tom Beedham

Premiere

Del Bel's New Video Is Literally Inspired by The Kraken, A Mythical Water Beast

For "Crookcrank," the Southwestern Ontario trip-hop pop band creates a hypnotic fever dream of mythic proportions.
Tom Beedham
5.26.17
Feature

Silver Mt. Zion's Jessica Moss Reflects on the State of the World on 'Pools of Light'

The violinist's debut record facilitates space for reflection and dialogue instead of doling out her own opinions.
Tom Beedham
5.5.17
Premieres

Bruno Capinan Yearns for Divine Grace Amidst Brazil’s Political Crisis with New Video "Vicente"

Toronto-based Bruno Capinan takes aim at homophobia and racism in his native Brazil on his provocative third album.
Tom Beedham
9.30.16
cmw 2016

Holy Holy Took One Last Deep Dive into David Bowie’s Early Work in Toronto

Headed by Bowie's former producer Tony Visconti, the supergroup ran through the late legend's classic 'The Man Who Sold the World' album.
Tom Beedham
5.9.16
Interviews

Pizza, Poutine and Punk: Meet the Founder of Montreal's Infamous Pouzza Fest

Montreal's epic three-day punk rock party begins May 20-22.
Tom Beedham
5.4.16
Interviews

Colin Stetson Reimagined a 1976 Polish Symphony as an Electronic Black Metal Opus with Saxophones

Arcade Fire and Bon Iver’s go-to sax machine recreates Henryk Górecki’s Third Symphony for a new generation.
Tom Beedham
4.18.16
Interviews

Several Futures Connects Parallel Universes on ‘Before You Forget’

Civic pride is a cul-de-sac on the debut full-length from Toronto’s Several Futures.
Tom Beedham
2.5.16
Interviews

We Interviewed the Guy from Rush’s 1985 ‘Power Windows’ Cover

“You know, I wasn’t a fan of the band.”
Tom Beedham
1.25.16
Interviews

Matt Monoogian Uses Solitude As a Vehicle For Self-Confrontation

The hired hand from Guelph, Ontario makes a deeply personal solo debut and premieres his new video for "Sentimental Sounds."
Tom Beedham
1.20.16
Interviews

Pantayo Bridges the Filipino Diaspora With Their Take on Kulintang

Toronto's all-women ensemble links modern and traditional Filipino music.
Tom Beedham
1.15.16
Interviews

Table For One: An Oral History of Dine Alone Records

Looking back on one of Canada’s most successful indie labels after 10 years.
Tom Beedham
1.15.16
Op-Eds

Unstoppable: An Oral History Of Stomp Records

We speak to Stomp's important voices to see what we could learn from their legacy.
Tom Beedham
1.8.16
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