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Local Tunes: Television Rd – it’s a boogie thing

Looking for somebody sexy to love you? So is Television Rd. At least, that’s according to the chorus of “Commodity Song” which is perhaps one of their catchiest tunes and a sing-along favourite. “I think that was one of the hardest songs to record,” says Sara Ostrowska, lead vocalist of the band. Television Rd is […]

(Friday, September 12, 2014): Unlosing the art of finding something to do

Photos by Ben Legere. The Spill on George Street is one of those unusual venues that seems to change shape according to the number of people attending. You can never eyeball the capacity quite right. Put a few people in, and it’s hard to imagine the place holding more than 30-40 people, fill it to […]

Trent Film Society Presents: I Saw the Devil

Few films in the past decade successfully balance brutal violence with calm, aesthetically pleasing scenes quite like Kim Jee-Woon’s 2010 masterpiece I Saw the Devil. Starting as a familiar revenge tale, I Saw the Devil quickly develops into something much darker. When Detective Kim Soo-hyeon’s wife is kidnapped and murdered, Kim (played by Byung-hun Lee) […]

TQC: I just wanted to see Roboteyes

“No, Roboteyes.” I said to my charming market hall show-watching companions. “And the Lonely Parade.” “No. ROBOTEYES.” I clarified. Not to hate on a great band, I’ve just seen them several times. While the Lonely Parade is normally a fun, high-energy show, I had never seen Amy Jan Von Purr, Dixie Q, or Roboteyes. I […]

The Archives at Trent Radio

Our program director James Kerr may have introduced Trent Radio and its wonderful inner workings in the first three or four issues of Arthur this year, but I have more to say about Trent Radio! I’d like to introduce myself first. My name is Calla Durose-Moya, and I’m the incoming music archivist at Trent Radio. […]

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Local Tunes: Television Rd – it’s a boogie thing

Looking for somebody sexy to love you? So is Television Rd. At least, that’s according to the chorus of “Commodity Song” which is perhaps one of their catchiest tunes and a sing-along favourite. “I think that was one of the hardest songs to record,” says Sara Ostrowska, lead vocalist of the band. Television Rd is […]

(Friday, September 12, 2014): Unlosing the art of finding something to do

Photos by Ben Legere. The Spill on George Street is one of those unusual venues that seems to change shape according to the number of people attending. You can never eyeball the capacity quite right. Put a few people in, and it’s hard to imagine the place holding more than 30-40 people, fill it to […]

Trent Film Society Presents: I Saw the Devil

Few films in the past decade successfully balance brutal violence with calm, aesthetically pleasing scenes quite like Kim Jee-Woon’s 2010 masterpiece I Saw the Devil. Starting as a familiar revenge tale, I Saw the Devil quickly develops into something much darker. When Detective Kim Soo-hyeon’s wife is kidnapped and murdered, Kim (played by Byung-hun Lee) […]

TQC: I just wanted to see Roboteyes

“No, Roboteyes.” I said to my charming market hall show-watching companions. “And the Lonely Parade.” “No. ROBOTEYES.” I clarified. Not to hate on a great band, I’ve just seen them several times. While the Lonely Parade is normally a fun, high-energy show, I had never seen Amy Jan Von Purr, Dixie Q, or Roboteyes. I […]

The Archives at Trent Radio

Our program director James Kerr may have introduced Trent Radio and its wonderful inner workings in the first three or four issues of Arthur this year, but I have more to say about Trent Radio! I’d like to introduce myself first. My name is Calla Durose-Moya, and I’m the incoming music archivist at Trent Radio. […]

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