Articles by Rebecca Burton


Feature: Bridge + Bardot

Wardrobe Makeover With the concept of vintage flipped on it’s head, don’t expect any grime from this brand new Dundas West boutique. Photographer / Jess Arnold —- Wedged in between the late-night favourite, the Lakeview, and a TD Bank sits …

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Feature: The Magic

It’s Not Cool – It’s Magic For two brothers that defied collaboration for years, the eventual team-up is leading to new things and even better sounds.                Photographer / Thomas Van Der Zaag —- The Magic has chemistry only capable …

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Hands & Teeth’s Exploring

It’s off the cuff, live and unforgiving – just the image you’d expect from Toronto pop-rockers Hands & Teeth. The new live recording of their single “Exploring” hit the Internet on Oct. 12 as a precursor to their EP and …

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Paradise Animals Cover

In the last issue of OTM, we got the very exciting chance to sit down with the new Toronto foursome Paradise Animals. Having just released their debut EP in March of this year, with a sold out release show, the …

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Catching A Break

When Joe Dinicol was thirteen-years-old he walked into an audition room with acclaimed director, Sofia Coppola, at one end. Dinicol was auditioning for the role of a mentally challenged child. Being young and not knowing exactly what he was doing, …

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Textured Noise

The four-member band, Paradise Animals, is breaking onto the scene and introducing themselves to the public with a self-titled seven track EP. But it’s just the first step toward their evolving future. With only 12 shows under their belt and …

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Inspired Strokes

Right now the artist’s statement is a blank piece of paper. One art piece is started but only one-third finished. But come March, galleries in Savannah, Georgia and Jordan will be filled with graphic illustrations and etchings from artist Nik …

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Shooting Forward

Though he’s spent time snowboarding, skateboarding, playing hockey and creating music, Adrian Vieni has finally found something that he feels like he’s meant to do. You could label him blunt but the man behind the camera is pretty doubtful of …

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