Author: Maia Kachan

Playlist: Sickerwinter

Photo | Molly Kay  Sickerwinter, named and inspired by an early Frankie Cosmos album, is music for cold January Sundays and staying in bed. It includes bedroom pop influence, highlighting some artists of a recent resurgence of lo-fi musical aesthetics.   Gutter Girl – Hot Flash Heat Wave Colorado – We Are Trees Everytime – boy Pablo Leonie – Frankie Cosmos Trick or Treat Dancefloor – Cherry Glazerr Sleepless – Girlpool Road Head – Japanese Breakfast Room – Palehound Philadelphia, Don’t You Haunt Me – Cyberbully Mom Club Vampire Banquet – Fox Academy doing all the things i used...

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A diverse exploration of identity

Photo | Grace King An overview of Toronto’s inaugural Bi Arts Festival The first annual Toronto Bi Arts Festival took place from September 22nd to 24th, 2017. The festival’s vision is stated as the creation of “an annual Bisexual Arts Festival that celebrates bisexual visibility, culture, and history.” Planned to coincide with the nationwide bisexual visibility week that began on September 22nd, the festival featured a wide variety of events over three days, providing platforms to promote art by bi, pan, and fluid artists, as well as spaces to discuss the experiences of bi+ people. The festival started Friday,...

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