For the first time since Celine Dion beat her chest through the Titanic soundtrack, Canada led the world of music news this week. The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC), a non-governmental organization, banned the 1985 Dire Straits classic "Money for Nothing," citing the use of a pejorat ... More >>
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Despite sporting a hook that's a tad derivative of the Edward Sharpe single "Home", "Crash Years," off The New Pornographer's latest album Together, is bursting with enough sonic surprise to be intriguing. The intro to the song is unremarkable. A jangly start accompanied by some thundering cello ... More >>
...For denying you the pedophile-apologist stylings of Father Christopher Heath, priest at St. Edward the Confessor in Dana Point. A faithful reader turned us on to Heath's blog today, where he reveals that Monsignor John Urell is back after skipping out to Canada for half-a-year to deal with the an ... More >>