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IGOR by Tyler, the Creator: Review
On May 17 Tyler, the Creator (Tyler Okonma) released IGOR, his fifth studio album (disregarding his first mixtape, Bastard). Read more

Fanshawe pulls hat trick at Canadian Music Awards
The Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards (CMBIA) have named Fanshawe College Canada's Top Music School, tying with the Metalworks Institute in Mississauga. Read more

Fanshawe employee wins London Music Award
Leanne Mayer has been an employment consultant at Fanshawe College since 2016, and is now the newest winner of the Forest City London Music Award (FCLMA) for best Contemporary Singer/Songwriter. Read more

A sea of success brings country musician Dustin Lynch to London
American country music artist, Dustin Lynch, is on a sweet roll of success as he gets set to embark on a Canadian tour with headliner Thomas Rhett. Read more

Fanshawe alumna Haviah Mighty discusses upcoming release <em>13th Floor</em>
Haviah Mighty is a Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumna, who in the six years since graduating in 2013 has taken the Canadian rap and hip-hop scene by storm. Read more

Former FSU employee receives FCLMA Lifetime Achievement Award
Fanshawe Student Union (FSU) alumnus, John b. Young, will receive the a Lifetime Achievement Award during this year's Forest City London Music Awards (FCLMA). Read more

Keeping it on the record
April 13 marks Record Store Day, an international celebration of independent record stores. Read more

A $25K grant resets stage for London Girls Rock Camp
Amid the glitz and glamour of Juno week, a group of young girls reminded members of the Canadian music industry that every big star needs to start somewhere. Read more

Juno awards leave a lasting impact on London
After months of anticipation, the Junos have finally come and gone, but the impact left on the community is lasting. Read more

Interrobang speaks to Brett Kissel
While in London for the recent JUNO Week festivities, Brett Kissel, this year's winner for Country Album of the Year, spoke to Interrobang Editor Melissa Novacaska about past stops in London, his early experiences at the Junos and what he hopes his fans get out of his music and live performances. Read more

Making the most out of concerts and live music
There's a euphoric feeling that comes with standing in a room full of thousands of other people just as passionate about an artist as you when you're all screaming your favourite song at the top of your lungs and dancing the night away. Read more

Why K-pop is becoming a global phenomenon
As many people may know by now, K-pop, also known as Korean Pop, has been around for quite some time. Read more

Juno week festivities promise to keep Londoners entertained
London is set to host the 48th annual Juno Awards, along with a number of other events leading up to the big night. Read more

Interrobang speaks to Jess Moskaluke
Interrobang editor Melissa Novacaska spoke with Canadian country artist Jess Moskaluke during a stop at Budweiser Gardens with Paul Brandt and friends, to chat touring, her new single and her nomination at the upcoming Juno Awards. Read more

Raising the Bar educates public to make music events safer
Raising the Bar, an initiative created by The Canadian Live Music Association, in collaboration with Anova, Over the Bridge and the London Juno host committee, launched in London on March 4. Read more

Where to get comics and other geeky items
London offers so many different types of stores for every type geek. From the comic book geeks to music geeks, London has so much to offer. Here is a short list of stores that you might want to check out to fulfill your inner geek. Read more

Fanshawe's ties to Juno week
The countdown is over and Juno week is finally about to break out full force across London Ont. Read more

Miistro.com: Local startup with a global vision
Miistro.com is a startup tech company centered in London that gives students and music teachers a platform to connect, a concept unlike any other in the industry. Read more

A diva is a female version of a hustler: An International Women's Day playlist
With news of Ariana Grande tying The Beatles' record of simultaneously occupying all top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100 on the charts recently, spotlight is now on female artists. Read more

Fanshawe MIA artist Fonzy releases unforgettable track
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) student Tony Alfonso may be in first year, but he's already making big waves in his niche as an electronic pop artist. Read more

Juno nominated MIA grad shares the keys to success
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus, Ben Kaplan, is up for his third Juno nomination in the recording engineer of the year category. Read more

Former MIA student launches to stardom
London-based musician Saveria D'Ippolito is eager to return to the studio after winning the third episode of CTV's second season of The Launch. Read more

MIA alumnus Ben Kaplan receives his third Juno nomination
Ben Kaplan, who graduated from Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program in 1998, will be receiving some well-deserved recognition at the 2019 Juno Awards in London ON. Read more

Lady Gaga, the church choir and a portal to an enduring world
My parents immigrated to Canada before I was born. It was important to them to worship God in the way they had been brought up. Read more

A magical moment at Budweiser Gardens
Witches, Wizards, muggles and more crowded into Budweiser Gardens to take in the magical, wizarding and musical world of Harry Potter And The Chamber Of SecretsRead more

MIA's Sneaker Club set to release debut single after local success
Things have really taken off for the second year Music Industry Arts (MIA) students in the local band Sneaker Club. Read more

Songs to add to your romantic playlist
Music can set the tone of any mood and can intensify both positive and negative emotions. Love songs especially have this effect. Read more

London Heritage Council to hold seventh annual Heritage Fair
In anticipation for the upcoming 2019 JUNO Awards hosted in London, the theme of the seventh annual London Heritage Fair will be Oldies but Goodies: London's Music Heritage. Read more

The myth of the starving artist
It's important that those interested in a career in the arts educate themselves on ways the industry differs from other career paths out there. Read more

Understanding the historic concept of women in music
Despite recent progressions in women's liberation, barriers are still prevalent in all industries, making it difficult for women to find success and the music industry is no exception. Read more

Musical taste is subjective
There is no winner in the argument about which type of music is the best. Whether it be electronic dance music (EDM) or jazz, music is a completely subjective thing. Read more

Top albums of 2018
Twenty-eighteen was the year of new releases, with bands who had gone through a brief hiatus but have all resurfaced with new sounds. Read more

Review: On The Corner Where You Live by The Paper Kites
Australian indie rock band, The Paper Kites, recently visited Canada with stops all over Ontario, including London, to promote their latest release On The Corner Where You LiveRead more

Fanshawe alumnus making waves in the local hip hop scene
Notable London hip-hop artist and Fanshawe graduate Left Lane (Jordan Lindo) recently teamed up with current Music Industry Arts (MIA) student Peter Graham and the two have already begun making major waves in the London music industry. Read more

Active playlist
Music sets the mood for anything: gym-goers deserve good music to accompany them on their transformative journey. Interrobang curated a small collection based on a few popular genres of music. Read more

Musicians gift guide
Trying to find the perfect gift for the musician in your life? Whether they play horns, strings, drums or more, we've got you covered with plenty of affordable gift ideas. Read more

Top five Christmas albums to listen to this holiday
The Interrobang came up with a top five list of Christmas albums you should listen to this holiday season. Read more

An interview with Grey Cup performers The Reklaws
The Reklaws will perform in Edmonton at the 2018 Grey Cup kickoff show. Before they perform at the big game, we played a little game with Jenna and Stu when they were at Fanshawe for the FSU's frosh concert. Read more

London-raised artist Shad releases A Short Story About A War album
On the 26th of last month, rapper and hip-hop artist Shad released his groundbreaking new concept album Short Story About A WarRead more

Alumnus inducted into Canadian Music and Broadcast Hall of Fame
The organization behind Canadian Music Week (CMW) announced that Fanshawe alum and Canadian Music Industry veteran Michael McCarty is to be inducted into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. Read more

Fanshawe MIA band debuts some sweet tunes
The post-hardcore, math rock band known as Sweet Toothe excitedly announced the release of their debut self-titled EP earlier this month. Read more

Interrobang speaks to Jade Eagleson
Interrobang Editor Melissa Novacaska spoke to Jade Eagleson, a rising country music star, whose debut EP is now available at Read more

Listening and understanding John Butler Trio's Home
The Australian group known as John Butler Trio released their seventh studio album Home just last month. Read more

MIA alumnus Cameron Jericho releases debut EP Starlight
After several years of heavy involvement in the London music scene, Cameron Jericho, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, released his debut EP Starlight just last month. Read more

Music moves the soul
For thousands of years, music has impacted the emotions of those listening to it. We have compiled some types of music that can have an effect on your mood, be it calming or a pick-me-up song. Read more

Discovering Lost Arts' debut EP, Let Me Go
Band members from local London group, Lost Arts were excited to announce the release of their debut EP Let Me Go last month. Read more

An interview with The Reklaws
Before they took the stage at the Fanshawe Student Union's Frosh Concert, The Reklaws spoke to Interrobang Editor Melissa Novacaska about their recent CCMA Rising Star win, their own time in post-secondary education and some of the amazing people they have had the opportunity to meet. Read more

How Kid Royal became DIME
DIME is one of the most recent and exciting musical group to come out of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. The group has its roots in the former indie rock band known as Kid Royal. Read more

Rising Canadian country pop duo to headline Fanshawe frosh concert
Canadian country music keeps on getting bigger and better and this includes none other than Jenna and Stuart (Stu) Walker, otherwise known as The Reklaws. Read more

Passenger's Runaway is an album for all the feels
Singer-songwriter,Passenger (Mike Rosenberg), will be releasing his ninth studio album Runaway on Aug. 31. Read more

Country Music Association of Ontario Award Show
The province's top country performers were honoured on June 3 in London when the city hosted the Country Music Association of Ontario awards. Read more

Tasmine Jane's journey to music
Tasmine Jane, 25, is an artist and songwriter from Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program who's grown immensely during her time at Fanshawe both as a performer and writer. Read more

MIA grad releases his new album, The Ruins
Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Ryan Prasad is celebrating a new album release that he's conceived, written, recorded and released over the past two years. Read more

BUBBLEGUM: Exciting plans for the up and coming artist and MIA student
Drake Campbell is a student in Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program who has made tremendous strides in the local and online music community. Read more

Fanshawe's MIA program wins Music School of the Year award for second year in a row
Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program is shining even brighter after being named the top music school in the country for the second year in a row. Read more

London welcomes back CMAOntario Festival and Awards
London is set to be home for a number of country music musicians, their teams and more as the city hostís the Canadian Country Music Association of Ontario (CMAOntario) Festival and Awards on June 1 to 3. Read more

Joshua Hyslop releases Echos
Joshua Hyslop is a songwriter and musician from Vancouver, BC that has been taking the Canadian music scene by storm. His music draws from a variety of styles making it difficult to box into one specific genre but would best fall under the folk and singer-songwriter categories. Read more

London's Music Industry excitedly prepares for the Jack Richardson London Music Awards
London's community is hard at work preparing for one of the highlights of the city's music industry each year, the annual Jack Richardson London Music Awards (JRLMA). Read more

Record Store Day: A day celebrating the cultural aspect of record stores
Record Stores have been around for decades selling vintage and new vinyl records. Even as technology advances and other ways of listening to music have been invented, many still prefer vinyl. Read more

How Nathan Robitaille shaped a successful career
Fanshawe is proud to have had an alumnus of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) and Audio Post Production (APP) programs not only be involved in such a high calibre production, but also receive an Oscar nomination for Best Sound Editing. Read more

Cadence Weapon comes to London Music Hall
Canadian rapper, Roland Pemberton a.k.a. Cadence Weapon is leading the way when it comes to rap music and with a newly released self-titled album, he's surely making an impact in the music industry. Read more

President of Sony/ATV Publishing encourages MIA Students
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given an excellent opportunity to grow both musically and in their studies of the industry when visited by Gary Furniss. Read more

Inspiring the next generation of industry professionals
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were excited when they heard the news that they were to be visited by Fanshawe alumni and Juno winning audio engineer George Seara. Read more

The many musical ventures of Willem James Cowan
Willem James Cowan, is an ambitious student in the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program at Fanshawe College. He's a well-versed song writer who is currently involved in a number of musical projects, both as a composer and an instrumentalist Read more

Sound mixing professional, Richard Chycki leaves positive notes for Fanshawe MIA students
Students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given an exciting way to further their studies into surround sound mixing when they were visited by one of Canada's most prominent industry professionals, Richard Chycki. Read more

Album Review: Justin Timberlake's Man of The Woods
Ottawa (CUP)- Justin Timberlake is known for his eclectic music style stemming from his days with NSYNC, and then pushing the boundaries of pop with FutureSex/LoveSounds (2006), and the illustrious 20/20 Experience (2013). Read more

Brighter times ahead for up and coming Fanshawe MIA band
Brighter Green is one of the most noteworthy bands to break out of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) scene this year. Read more

Lost Arts: Fanshawe MIA students' band get set to release EP
Lost Arts is one of the most unique bands to spring out of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program at Fanshawe College in the past year. Read more

Fanshawe MIA alumna creates a stir in the Canadian music industry
Students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program received an inspiring visit from Fanshawe alumna Haviah Mighty earlier this school year. Read more

The Juno Awards coming to London brings excitement to Fanshawe's MIA program
Many in the London community were excited to hear the announcement that in March of 2019 the 48th annual Juno awards, along with all the Juno week festivities will be hosted here in London. Read more

Fanshawe MIA alumnus makes a massive impact on the Canadian music industry
Second year students of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were given a special treat when they were visited by MIA alumnus Tom Meikle, for a special guest lecture and performance earlier this school year. Read more

Band of The Year, Act of Chaos, discusses Morose World
The recent break out Metal band Act of Chaos has already had a huge impact on the local music scene in the short time that they've been around. Read more

MIA Student, Verzache, Dominates the Online Music Industry
At only 19, MIA student Zach Farache, also known as Verzache, already has over thirty thousand followers and millions of plays on Soundcloud, with even more plays on streaming sites such as Spotify. Read more

The legacy of Jack Richardson
The late Jack Richardson is a producer, musician, businessman and teacher who graced Canada with his presence from 1929 to 2011. He is widely regarded as the creator of The Canadian Music Industry. Read more

The directive team behind Share the Land
Second year Music Industry Arts (MIA) students Jenna Bjornson and Alex Emrich are a part of the entirely student run creative team for the annual Share the Land (STL) charity concert. Read more

Fanshawe alumnus, A-Fos, helps MIA students bring their performances to the next level
Alex Foster, also known by his stage name A-Fos, is a graduate of the Music Industry Arts (MIA) program and is hard at work with the current students of MIA. Read more

FSU to host Stranger Things themed winter concert
The FSU is kicking off the winter semester with a concert for students. The Upside Get Down concert will feature live performances by Kid Royal, Chad Price and headliner Texas King. Read more

Music Industry Arts' Share the Land charity concert prepares for its biggest year yet
Second year students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program are hard at work getting ready for their annual Share the Land charity concert happening at the London Music Hall. Read more

YouTube star and Fanshawe alumna, Bailey Pelkman visits MIA students to chat about her success
Students in the MIA program were thrilled to be visited by MIA alumna Bailey Pelkman. Pelkman who graduated from Fanshawe in 2015 has already created a successful career for herself on YouTube, with over 39,000 subscribers. Read more

Oscar winning engineer Craig Mann inspires APP and MIA Students
Late November brought an exciting day for the students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) and Audio Post Production (APP) programs. They were happily surprised to be visited by the world renowned and award winning audio post sound engineer Craig Mann. Read more

Lost In Japan: Pure talent and success for Fanshawe MIA alumni formed band
Lost in Japan is an indie rock band that's been taking the local music scene by storm. Read more

Gift guide for musicians or music lovers
Though it may be easy to shop for music for the average person, finding the perfect gift for a musician or music enthusiast can be a much trickier task. What do you get for the musician who has everything or the listener who's heard it all? Read more

In love and in charge with no time for games: Swift is back with her latest album Reputation
Taylor Swift is back with a new look, attitude and new sound on her sixth full-length studio album, Reputation. Read more

Fanshawe MIA student, Molly Roach, shares the tales and tricks of the trade
Molly Roach is a student enrolled in Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts program (MIA), who has truly immersed herself into the world of songwriting. Read more

Western music students receive free accommodation in retirement home in exchange for performances
A brand new facility has opened in London that allows Western University music students to receive free accommodations in exchange for musical performances. Read more

London hosts its first Music Career Day
Many students believe that it is difficult to pursue a career in music as they think there are not very many job opportunities. Read more

Iconic musician, Tom Wilson, visits Fanshawe MIA students
Students of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program were thrilled to have a visit by surprise guest lecturer Tom Wilson last month. Wilson is a Canadian, Juno winning, songwriter and musician who came to share his vast knowledge, from years of experience in the industry, with the students of the MIA program. Read more

The Early Years of Anela Navarro
Anela Navarro, 19, may be new to the local music scene, but that hasn't stopped her and the musical masterminds behind Anela & The Early Hours from dominating Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program. Read more

Long time coming for Lindsay Ell's official full-length album The Project
Canadian born and raised, Nashville based singer/songwriter Lindsay Ell recently released her debut full-length studio album and has been riding with its success ever since. Read more

Festivals to enjoy this summer
Fanshawe students will be able to enjoy a variety of festivals during this summer. There will be a large array of entertainment during the festivities including music, dance, crafts, a rodeo and much more! Read more

Musician Ryan Prasad to release new music this August
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) graduate Ryan Prasad is preparing for his album release this summer on August 29. Read more

Fanshawe MIA co-ordinator up for CMAOntario Award
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) co-ordinator and professor Dan Brodbeck is nominated at this year's Country Music Association of Ontario (CMAOntario) Awards. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Songs to get your summer started early
School is winding down and summer can be seen glinting in the distance like presents under a Christmas tree. Make sure that your summer is a banger by bringing the best songs possible to the beach with you. Here's what to avoid and what to play back-to-back. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Drake's latest brainchild is a life playlist
For those of us who felt let down by Drake's last album, Views, his latest undertaking will come as a wave of relief. On March 18 the new project More Life debuted on his Apple Music radio show OVO Sound. Read more

The Zolas start their tour off in London and do not disappoint
On March 14, Londoners filled Rum Runners to enjoy some indie rock from The Zolas. The show was a more intimate setting allowing lead singer Zach Gray to interact with the crowd. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Sugary sweet with a side of eclectic
Charli XCX is in the midst of promoting her upcoming album, which is due in September, but what's this? Suddenly we have a mixtape to tide us over. Read more

Beginner's guide: Breakdown to EDM
Diversity comes in many shapes, sizes and musical make-up. As a music enthusiast, the difference in the types of electronic dance music (EDM) is observably diverse, it's like saying everybody is the same because they are human. Read more

Diversity in the ears: get your geek on for local music
You are sitting in the car, windows rolled down with the local radio on. A new song is playing, and it's good... really good. Throughout the hour you hear the same song repetitively, and the like for its beautiful melodies grow stronger with each play. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Learning math with Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran, everybody's favourite redheaded folk singer, is back with an impressive (exhaustive) 16 track deluxe album entitled Divide. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: The best and worst this week in music
The Chainsmokers have quickly made a name for themselves as the Nickleback of EDM and seem to be continuing on this path. Read more

Big acts to play Fanshawe's 50th anniversary celebration concert
According to a Feb. 23 Fanshawe Corporate Communications press release, the concert titled Fanshawe at 50: Live in Concert will see a trio of Canadian bands headline the event and is presented by Johnson Insurance. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: What's LøVë got to do with it? Aaron who?
Aaron Carter, brother of Backstreet Boys heartthrob Nick Carter, has decided that 2017 is a good year for his comeback. I mean if a giant Cheetoh can successfully lie his way into a presidency, anything is possible, right? Read more

The ease of creating music in 2017
We are now over a month into 2017, and the art of creating, recording and publishing music is constantly improving, and has never been easier. Read more

USS rocks London Concert Theatre
If you aren't familiar with Ubiquitous Synergy Seekers (USS), that should change right now. Ashley Buchholz and Jason Parsons brought a night full of frantic energy to London Concert Theatre on Jan. 26. Read more

Can't live with you, can't live without you
Let's face it shit happen. Humans suck and eventually relationships come to an end. There's a time and place for feeling down in the dumps but it's not doing you any good throwing a pity-party day after day. Sometimes we need a little help to weather the storm and there is no shame in asking for it so here's a quintessential playlist to help you get through those tough emotions. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: The wild heart of Japandroids
Japandroids have always entertained a sense of cynicism and humour in their music. With album titles like Post-Nothing and Celebration Rock, it's easy to tell they don't take themselves too seriously, which makes them a joy to listen to. Read more

Scott Helman and The Kents perform at Fanshawe
What usually is a quiet night at Fanshawe was transformed into a lively one when The Kents and Scott Helman entered the building Thursday, Jan 12 for an 8 p.m. performance Read more

Wreckord Reviews: A small light amidst the darkness of January
We ring in the New Year with Night People, the fifth studio album by the English rock band You Me at Six. With such little sunlight in January, I'm sure we all feel a little like night people right now. Read more

Fanshawe alumna wins two SiriusXM titles
On Jan. 4, Jessica Allossery, an Indie-Folk singer-songwriter from London, won two titles on the SiriusXM radio channel's Coffee House polls. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Here's to the music of 2016
2016 wasn't all bad. Sure, there was overwhelming amounts of frustration, sadness and general malevolence but that didn't stop the world's musicians from pumping out hits. Here's a toast to the greats who are still with us and to those that we lost this past year. I give you some of the album highlights of 2016. Read more

Energy abounds as Dan + Shay roll through London Music Hall
There's just something about young country artists that make people want to scream and on Dec. 10, that was no exception. Country duo Dan + Shay put on a show that kept the crowd on their feet throughout their entire set at the London Music Hall. Read more

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Reyno Rants: Crappy Christmas carols: Why I can't stand Christmas music
Christmas music is perhaps the most excruciatingly painful part of the holiday season. It even ranks worse than working at Walmart on Christmas Eve, trust me I've done it and it's not pretty. Read more

Wreckord reviews: The Weeknd still can't feel his face
Starboy, released Nov. 25, comes in at a daunting 18 tracks, and I'm not talking about a deluxe edition, there are seriously 18 grueling songs on this 68-minute album. Read more

The quintessential gift guide for any music lover
Ah yes, the music lover. This person can simultaneously be the easiest and most difficult person to buy for this holiday season. Read more

The Treble rocked Rum Runners stage
Canadian alternative rock band The Treble, made their second trip to London well worth the wait, as they performed an impressive set on Nov. 18 at Rum Runners. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Sex, drugs and Lady Wood
Staying true to Tove Lo's grungy and vice-driven persona, Lady Wood focuses on all kinds of highs from drugs to love. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Lady Gaga is done with the disco stick
Lady Gaga is back once again and she's come a long way since the disco stick era. Her latest album, Joanne is a far cry from Artpop with a number of softer songs that show Gaga's sensitive side. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Two Door Cinema Club goes to the disco
After two widely successful albums and extensive touring, the boys in Two Door Cinema Club took a well-deserved break from each other. Gameshow is the comeback album we've been waiting on. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: The singles are falling like leaves
This October could be an exciting month or it could be an absolute nightmare. There's a lot of big name talent planning to release albums in the next few weeks. Read more

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Wreckord Reviews: Don't fall behind this autumn
While there are a lot of exciting releases coming up this October, these singles represent the tail end of the whirlwind that was September. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Green Day set to release their fifth American Idiot remake
What's green, 30-years-old and doesn't know when to stop making music? The answer is Green Day, and in response to your follow-up question, yes, these guys are somehow still making albums. Read more

Music lovers rejoice: Sofar Sounds comes to London
A new arts organization is bringing the magic back to live music. Sofar Sounds held two intimate London concerts in the month of September and is already preparing for a concert on Oct. 20. Read more

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Wreckord Reviews - September singles: Super, standard or sub-par songs?
The first few weeks of college tend to be a bit of a blur. In case your weekend partying and recent parental freedom have caused you to overlook the new music that came out this month, here's a recap. Not that you missed much. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: July Talk isn't a one trick pony
July Talk, a band defined by their unique dueling vocalists, has returned with their highly anticipated sophomore release, Touch, on Sept. 9. Read more

A busy day of interaction for fans and musicians on day three of Canadian Country Music Week
The third day of Canada Country Music Week kicked off with fanfest, which was a free event that featured a number of musicians performing some of their hits, and a then a meet and greet session for fans to line up and meet their favourite musicians. Read more

Canadian country music legends and newcomers collaborate for a family reunion
The second day of the Country Music Week festivities, in preparation for the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards on Sunday included many more opportunities for musicians and fans to get to know one another. Read more

Wreckord Reviews: Bad Vibrations make for some good songs
A Day to Remember is the band that just keeps chugging. Their unique blend of metalcore and pop punk has been adopted by many and perfected by few since their formation in 2003. Read more

Chad Brownlee and Jess Moskaluke hit the frosh stage before the CCMA Awards
Canadian country music artists Chad Brownlee and Jess Moskaluke take the centre stage at Fanshawe on Sept. 8 for the annual frosh concert. Read more

Super summer smash hits
The only thing hotter than this summer was the music that brought us through it. It doesn't matter how much you hate pop tunes, it's hard to deny that they serve as great background music for pool parties, barbeques and drinking games. Read more

MIA alumnus carves his way into music and film
Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus is proving to MIA students everywhere that there is a legitimate career pathway in the music and film industries. Read more

Frosh concert brings country acts to the stage
A trio of Canadian country acts are set to impress Fanshawe students during this year's frosh concert. Read more

Fanshawe grad wins national award
Nick Reyno, a graduate of Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program and Interrobang contributor, was a winner of the MusiCounts Fred Sherratt award. Read more

Carrie Underwood leaves London in awe
Carrie Underwood put on an awe-inspiring show at Budweiser Gardens and Interrobang was there to capture some of the special moments.  Read more

New London compilation by local musicians a six-pronged hit
A local group of indie bands released their own flexi disc compilation on April 1, titled New London. Read more

Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies rock the house at Rum Runners
Thanks to Fanshawe's Music Industry Arts (MIA) program, we've seen some fantastic bands come out of the college. One of these bands is the indie folk collective, Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies. This week Interrobang had the chance to c... Read more

Share the Land celebrates its fifth anniversary
Share the Land celebrates its fifth anniversary on Feb. 9, as Music Industry Arts (MIA) students at Fanshawe come together to play their own creative covers of Canadian classics. “The students do all the work, I sort of coach them th... Read more

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