• March 21, 2017By Martina Rexrode

    Like many teenagers, I have moments where I’m watching a film or listening to a song and I start wishing I could have lived through that decade. Personally, I love appreciating films, television shows and music from different points in the past because its a pretty cheap way to time travel. So with that said,

  • March 21, 2017By Faith Fairchild

    Sometimes we all just need some catchy songs to sing along to on lonely nights. Once you’ve exhausted every Drake song on your playlist, try these throwbacks. You won’t be disappointed. Wonderwall – Oasis – Oasis is one of my favorite bands ever. This song is just so easy to sing along to. The chorus is

  • March 21, 2017By Sameer Khan

    International pop sensation, Ariana Grande, has been killing the game. Releasing a Grammy nominated album, Dangerous Woman, as well as powerful singles including Dangerous Woman, Let Me Love You, Into You, and Side to Side, Grande is off to her next single, Everyday featuring Future. The pop and bass-line infused song contains explicit lyrics with an even more explicit meaning, detailing

  • March 18, 2017By Jenna Caldwell

    Decorated with the chandeliers of sexism, prejudice and mediocrity, women in hip-hop have long been victim to a glass ceiling within the music industry. Historically, the sexual exploitation of women’s bodies has overshadowed and minimized their work as artists, reducing them to sex symbols with the ability to rhyme. Sex sells and women have paid the price. Fortunately,

  • March 17, 2017By Fatima Alvarenga

    As I wait for my all time favourite artist, Kanye West, to drop some new music, I find myself constantly browsing SoundCloud on the hunt for new artists. I like all genres of music but R&B/Reggae have a special spot in my heart and it’s a sound I think is deeply enrooted into Toronto and

  • March 16, 2017By Caitlain McGuire

    After a long wait since her 2013 release ‘Pushin’ Against A Stone‘, Valerie June is back with a new album titled, ‘The Order of Time.’ This genre-bending album pulls influence from a collage of sources, from southern gospel to folk to soul, to create a beautiful piece of work. Following on the same general sounds of

  • March 16, 2017By Caitlain McGuire

    It’s been over two decades since female punk icons like Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill), Courtney Love (Hole) and Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth) stepped onto the scene and turned the genre on its head. But today, punk is certainly not dead, and it’s being re-imagined for a new generation with new, fresh, female faces and a

  • March 14, 2017By Caitlain McGuire

    British alternative band Bush have arrived in 2017 with a new album titled, ‘Black and White Rainbows.’ This latest release is the seventh studio album for the band’s discography since their debut release in 1994. Throughout the album, Bush delivers a standard alt-rock sound that carries with it an optimistic tone that can be felt

  • March 12, 2017By Aliyah Webs

    For teens struggling with their sexuality and gender identity, finding comfort and people to connect with can be difficult. The following is a list of artists who are/were part of the LGBT+ community who, while making all round good music, also may help you if you identify as anything but heterosexual and need support. Also,

  • March 11, 2017By Liz-Maria Jose

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, you most likely experienced the release of Divide by Ed Sheeran. Continuing with his mathematical album titles, he managed to divide his fans as well as the public eye with his new work. With the two singles of this album being Castle On The Hill

  • March 11, 2017By Farah Hatem

    As decades pass by, artists rising and others losing their spark, songs becoming less and less meaningful, it is important to take time and look back on some songs and lyrics that can actually make a difference and speak about real issues. This list of songs could be it, your next emotional remedy that might