Field Picks: NOMVDSLVND - More Harm Than Good Part 1: Here For Now
On our new Field Picks feature, we take a look at old and new records from around here that you might have missed - and we help you fix that.
Field Talks: Carter Fox
Carter Fox isn't exactly new to the music world - his first record Suburbia dropped in 2009. Ten years later, Fox is still hard at work, recently releasing a record with Toronto-based label Biblioteka Records.
Field Talks: DAHLIA
It's hard - if not impossible - to sum up singer-songwriter Dahlia in a few sentences. Currently based in Toronto, Dahlia was raised in a formerly Portugese part of India while travelling to Dubai often.
Field Talks : Partner
This week on the Field blog, we interview Partner, a rockin' duo whose SOCAN and Polaris-prize approved In Search of Lost Time is now on the Field platform.
Field Talks : Will Jarvis
Once in a while, the internet delivers something really special - someone close by, who you may not have had the chance to encounter otherwise, and yet whose work profoundly touches you. It's the kind of 'connection' loudly bolstered by marketing campaigns, and yet largely absent from our realities.
Field Talks: 1five1
Not so long ago, she was just another producer making tracks on her computer. Nowadays, Sandra – aka 1five1 – is an up and coming Toronto artist from the Bedroomer roster, with one acclaimed EP under her belt. We spoke with her about production and local support.
Field Talks: Hesk
In the shadows of major electronic music genres, the footwork scene lives on through the internet and local events. We spoke with Hesk, one of its most significant Ontarian flag-bearers. A quick conversation about producing in a small scene, promotion in the music industry and what’s to come.
Précarité d'aujourd'hui, peur de demain
Témoignages d'étudiants avant la première manifestation contre la réforme des retraites.
Marionnettes à taille humaine au théâtre
La compagnie Dirtz Theatre propose, trois soirs de suite, deux pièces qui lient danse et marionnettes. « Le but n’est pas de dire quelque chose, mais de provoquer une émotion. »