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Boy meets burl! The Anti-Art School is back at the Drake Underground on Tuesday, July 12th with Boylesque T.O. founder James Pasty! Basking in the post-Pride, post-Canada Day glow, James will be posing as a lusty lumberjack for your sketchy pleasure.
All proceeds from the door at this month's event will be donated to LGBT Youth Line, a long-running, confidential and anonymous service providing affirming peer-to-peer support for Ontario's LGBTTQI2S youth via telephone, text, email, online chat, and Tumblr.
Doors open at 6:30PM, with drawing from 7-10PM. Our incredible sponsors, Curry's Artists' Materials, Condom Shack and West End Comics will be providing gift certificates and bonus prizes to our winners for our three themed drawing contests throughout the night!
Bring your paper, pencils, your friends, and first-timers down to the Drake Underground on Tuesday, July 12th to draw James, win some sweet swag, and help a great cause, all for just $10!
For more than 12 years, Marissa Nadler has perfected her own take on the exquisitely sculpted gothic American songform.
On her seventh full-length, Strangers, she has shed any self-imposed restrictions her earlier albums adhered to, stepped through a looking glass, and created a truly monumental work.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich (born 4 September 1989) is an English singer-songwriter from York. Leftwhich released his first album 'Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm' in 2011 which peaked at #35 on the UK charts. In February 2016 he announced his next album 'After the Rain' on his Facebook page, set to release on August 19, 2016.
2016 sees the launch of Toronto indie band Last Hologram’s album Brave New Universe. But not before a death match with Toronto indie band Lickpenny Loafer.
Okay, it was a metaphorical cage match. They used to be called Lickpenny Loafer. But that ran its course.
After the progressive pop of 2011’s People Will Talk, they’ve gone in a new direction. Better name, better music. Brave New Universe is a marriage of synth-driven ’80s pop with dense rock grooves.
A Texas native turned New Yorker, Jay Brannan has been writing and performing his own sweet & sad folk songs, tempered with a healthy dose of humor, around the globe since 2006.
For two childhood friends from a small coastal town in Australia, Hockey Dad has come a long way in their relatively short existence. The duo of Zach Stephenson (guitar/vocals) and Billy Fleming (drums) have performed a national tour across Australia and now traveling across North America!
"I have a way of loving too many things to take on just one shape," Jilian Medford sings over and over again on the title track of the Brooklyn-based band IAN SWEET's debut album, Shapeshifter, repeating it like a mantra.
It's an album about losing love and your sense of self in the process, about grabbing at the little things in life that bring joy when nothing else is going according to plan. It's also an ode to the bandmates, and the friends, that see you through.
Diet Cig is a pop rock band from New Paltz, NY, fronted by Alex Luciano with Noah Bowman of Earl Boykins (Forged Artifacts) on drums. The five charming songs on the debut Over Easy EP, written by Alex in the comforts of her bedroom, capture the innocence of adolescence and infatuation.
Diet Cig is currently working on their debut LP to be released in 2016.