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  • Canadian music heartthrob DCF has put out a new track titled "Put Your Name On It" which was produced by Nathaniel Motte from 3OH!3 and finessed by Derek Hoffman at Fox Sounds. If you aren't familiar with Toronto's DCF, you should scroll through our iMessage interview with him and watch his short-doc style video below.  The Canadian artist's new track (which was premiered by MTV Canada) reminds us of a good old modern love song: catchy as heck, and progressive enough that it ends up showcasing...
  • Lana Del Rey releases yet another video masterpiece for her latest track "Freak". Staying true to her image, this video explores real-life happenings of the 60s and 70s (in color this time) and extends the video to a 10 minute piece that will leave you hypnotized all the way through. The video explores the Jonestown cult with references to Charles Manson, based in Guyana. The Jonestown cult story made worldwide headlines in 1978 when 900 people were found dead from a mass suicide. The gruesome...
  •   There seems to be a new load of indie bands in Montreal that are worth looking out for. Dream-pop band Bodywash is one of them. The 5-piece group have just released their entire self-titled EP and we can't get enough of it. You might recognize the lead singer who is also a guitarist for Venus, which we premiered a single from last month.  Their self-tited EP is perfect for every kind of occasion, the sounds of this EP will have you gazing over into the horizon of your own thoughts.  Don't be...

Drop Your Skirt

  • Whether or not this following assumption plays into this whole 'dumb-ass stereotypes about what makes a woman a lesbian' is irrelevant. I mean, stating that a woman with nails isn't a lesbian is just well, ridiculous, but having killer acrylic claws pounded finger deep inside of you... that's  no joke. A woman's nails aren't only helpful cues when eliminating hopefuls at a bar, but they also give you an unexpected look at one's personality. Here is my take on Jenna Marble's 'What a girl's nails...
  • Alexander Wang is known to be popular amongst celebs and well-known personalities. He's done it before, but this year he's taking it to the ultimate next level by starting his own #WANGSQUAD. His Spring/Summer 2016 campaign will surround this notion and will feature tons of familiar people. Alexander Wang started teasing us on his new instagram account dedicated to this by showcasing polaroids of the first few names he's willing to let the world know about.  The account is so far features...
  • For the third season now, the new Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Andy Warhol Footwear collection has gotten us fiending for its release on February 15th. This new collection, and on-going collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation features two of Warhol’s iconic pieces from the 1960’s - the Andy Warhol Cow wallpaper and Flowers in two options.  The bold contrast between the dark and the light gives these pairs of low tops and hi tops an even cooler complection under blacklights. Perfect for...

The Grind

  • A petition has surfaced on the interwebs directed towards the Société Des Transports de Montreal to abolish the date limit for student pricing on their Opus card subscriptions (which is used for public transportation via subway or bus) - The real question is: why has no one thought about this before 2016? The petition, which was put together by Sophie Lamontagne, has gotten more than 10,000 signatures already and various amounts of comments as to why it is a viable point to make.  We ask the ...
  • It isn't often that we hear talking about Pamela Anderson other than her PETA movements and vegan diets. It is definitely refreshing to watch our beloved Canadian star in this sci-fi short film titled Connected that explores standard issues such as aging and self-perception in a technologically optimized world. The short-film was premiered to a packed audience in collaboration with Motherboard, and was produced by Cadence Films. Luke Gilford is the one behind the vision of the short-film. He's...
  • What is it with the internet nowadays that makes people feel entitled to share their negative opinions? Is it the screen blocking you from getting your ass beat, or do you feel a sense of entitlement to be a dick? Either way, I find that we are in need of a few guidelines on how to approach commenting on the web without sounding like pretentious pricks.  1. No One Cares if You Think Their Content "Sucks" "You're ____ sucks," is honestly the most constructive criticism a person could ever come...
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