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featuring / blackblessed’s flor serani

featuring / blackblessed’s flor

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black is more than just a colour. it’s a state of mind. in fashion, black is effortless chic, inimitable edge – it’s classic but it’s of the moment. there are few brands that embody that state of mind better than flor serani’s italian label, blackblessed. a lifelong interest in fashion that started with a love of drawing and art, serani’s curiosity quickly grew into what has become one of the…

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10 montreal folk artists you should know

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i’ve been having an affair with electronic music for almost a decade now, cheating on my first true love, folk music. it doesn’t feel wrong though – electronic music is the younger, hotter babe i take out on the dancefloor, but folk music is who i’ll always come home to. folk, indie, bluegrass, country, gospel; i probably shouldn’t lump them all together, but all have been a part of my life in…

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music monday / sam smith

sam smith is another artist i featured in my “artists to watch 2014” post, but another one that is so good, i felt he deserved his own music monday article.

music monday / sam smith

sam smith is another artist i featured in my “artists to watch 2014” post, but another one that is so good, i felt he deserved his own music monday article.

the green village / numbers & shapes revisted

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in 2012, brooklyn-based composer rebecca brandt released a 14-track album called numbers & shapes. composed and orchestrated for 30+ instruments, the album is beautifully, astoundingly multi-layered. if part of the magic of music is taking the listener on a journey, brandt is a shaman. “i’m generally inspired by the people around me, who are doing some amazing things and producing all this…

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tomorrow comes / on loving les mis in 2014

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“i believe most people are inherently good. they just need an opportunity to show that goodness.” colm wilkinson is standing at the edge of the stage in toronto’s princess of wales theatre. still in costume, wilkinson has just finished a one-off charity performance as the bishop in new rendition of les miserables. the crowd is silent, listening.

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