Brainwashed just set a bar for any local punk albums to follow it in 2018.Read More
They’re one of the city’s preeminent party bands for a reason: they’ve always been about movement. You’d have to be tied to your chair to successfully resist dancing at one of their live shows.Read More
History remembers some people, but typically just for one thing. In Kathleen Winter’s funny, new, and strikingly innovative novel, Lost in September, she turns this train of thought to a real life figure, James Wolfe.Read More
The Overcast’s Recommended Read of the Month … and 2017’s Governor General’s Award Winner for Fiction
Hynes’ novel, We’ll All Be Burnt In Our Beds Some Night, is a nuanced portrayal of a man coming to terms with the abuse he’s endured, and the abuse he’s inflicted on women.Read More
This is beyond the level of technique usually present in local releases, and it comes from all corners of the band. It’s a myriad of tastes, of approaches, and of genres. For fans of heavy music, it’s definitely a worthwhile voyage.Read More
Under Joshua Van Tassel’s guidance, Steve Maloney has unequivocally announced his arrival, and I fully expect the rest of Canada (and beyond), to sit up and take note of this hometown talent.Read More
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