by ERIK LEIJON
The Stockholm Internet star and his Sad Boys became a real rap crew right in front of our very eyes.
A few years removed from the hype around Odd Future, the ringleader of the L.A. crew remains larger than life.
“I can smell the coochie sweat from up on stage. That’s right, I said that.” Read all about Maxwell's Place des Arts set, PLUS more Jazz Fest highlights (and some disappointments).
by DARCY MACDONALD
The reggae phase is over and the rapper we used to know is back. He played the hits, toked the smoke and wore that jersey, but he's not looking like the seasoned pro we thought he was.
The first five days of the 35th edition of Montreal's Jazz Festival brought some spectacular artists to town. See what you missed (or saw from afar).
The definitive '90s hip hop diva played Olympia. And it was good.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
South Africa's leading exporters of juvenile rap-rave & proponents of the zef lifestyle played Metropolis on Friday. Read our review & see photos by Cindy Lopez.
See photos from the Howl Arts collective's first annual art & activism festival, by Lisa Sproull.
This was more than a concert. Click for photos & words.
"Multi-faceted twerking was revealed as an appreciable art form." A review of and photos from last night's show by the Australian model-turned-rapper.
We watched the masters at work. And it was impressive. But not that impressive.
See the procession of fresh bands, DJs & familiar faces doing new things at Passovah's winter festival. Photos by Lisa Sproull.
* Cinemania screens burlesque comedy in NDG Park
* 4 cool indie rock/post-punk bands at l’Escogriffe
* 3 cool electronic/synth-pop bands at Playhouse
* DJ XL5 Helluva Zappin’ Party at Fantasia
* Mad Decent/Fool’s Gold DJs at Tokyo
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