Photos by Bobby Singh | @FOHPhoto
Friday - JUNOs Fest
Saturday - JUNOs Red Carpet
Saturday - JUNOs Winners
Sunday - JUNOs at Rogers Arena
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Photos by Joshua Guerra | @joshguerra13
Welcome to a brand-new episode of In The Loop! Today AMBY owner Alicia is here to keep you in the loop about an amazing WayHome Music & Arts Festival prize pack we’re contesting. Back for its second year, WayHome 2016 is looking to be one of the hottest festivals of the
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Photos by Rick Clifford | @rcstills
Arcade Fire’s Will Butler keeps drawing us into his intriguing solo release, Policy, first with the lead single “Take My Side and now with “Anna”, the latest single from his forthcoming record.
This one-shot video features Butler in a suit and tie dancing around in a dark, lonely field, while singing
On September 23rd, Win Butler of Arcade Fire is coming through Toronto to play Coda for a DJ set. Courtesy of Embrace, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the event!
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is fill out the form below
On Saturday Night, Montreal-natives Arcade Fire performed at Parc Jean Drapeau to a near capacity of 35,000 fans. The band made the hometown show the last one on this year-long tour, and gave it all they had and more. After many fans in line had been fortunate enough them as
Courtesy of Universal Music Canada, our readers now have the chance to win a CD copy of Montreal sextet Arcade Fire's latest record Reflektor!
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is fill out the form below and write in your name and mailing address. The contest will run
Courtesy of Universal Music Canada, we're giving our readers the chance to win a vinyl copy of Arcade Fire's hot new LP Reflektor! The record charted #1 on the Canadian Albums Chart (published by Billboard), and is a blissful collection of the Montreal sextet's disco-art rock. Enter here for your
Hamburg, Noon by Land of Talk
As autumn approaches and the air starts to chill, instead of looking for a blanket, fire, or coat I turn instead to coffee and my fall playlist. Likely due to the cold weather my fall list includes an array of Canadian bands that seem to