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Podcast: Dakota Arsenault of Contra Zoom Talks LGBTQ+ Representation in Film

By: Staff – In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce that we are the new presenting partner for Toronto-based film podcast Contra Zoom. Your host, Dakota Arsenault, goes in depth about everything film; from lists, to reviews, and more! June 27th is Global Pride Day and we are celebrating with our … Continue reading

Podcast: CKY Talks “The Phoenix”, the End of Warped Tour, & Getting Punched by Billie Joe Armstrong

By: Adam Harrison –   In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce a collaboration with Toronto-based writer/photographer/podcast host Adam R. Harrison and his new show, The Adamantium Podcast, which features local and celebrity guests engage in casual conversations on art, culture, and entertainment. In episode 19, Jess Margera & Daniel Davies of skate punk … Continue reading

Podcast: Andrés Sierra Talks “House Arrest”, 90s Eurodance Compilations, & His Colombian Roots

By: Adam Harrison –   In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce a collaboration with Toronto-based writer/photographer/podcast host Adam R. Harrison and his new show, The Adamantium Podcast, which features local and celebrity guests engage in casual conversations on art, culture, and entertainment. In episode 18, Toronto-based dance-pop singer, Andrés Sierra, joins us to … Continue reading

Interview: PVRIS’ Lynn Gunn Talks “All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell”, Ghosts, and Coming Out

By: Curtis Sindrey – Formed in 2012 by singer/LGBTQ activist Lynn Gunn, alt-rock trio PVRIS (pronounced “Paris”) blend dreamy electronica with dark, beat-heavy rock, and have returned with their brand new album, All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell, which dropped on August 4th via Rise. In our new interview, lead singer Lynn Gunn discusses the … Continue reading

Photos: Pride Toronto 2015 – Pride Parade

Photos by: Samantha Wood –  The 35th annual Pride Toronto parade, which began on Church Street and Bloor Street East, before heading down Yonge Street, took over the city’s downtown core on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

Photos: Pride Toronto 2015 – Dyke March

Photos by: Lindsay Duncan – The Dyke March, which this year focused on the ongoing issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women, took place yesterday as part of Pride Toronto 2015.

Photos: Pride Toronto 2015 – Trans Pride March

Photos by: Lindsay Duncan – The Trans Pride March, which seeks to “provide a place for trans identified people to rally, to stand up and come together in solidarity”, took place yesterday as part of Pride Toronto 2015.

Neon Trees Drop New Video for “Songs I Can’t Listen To” Featuring Dustin Lance Black

By: Staff –   Neon Trees has dropped a new music video for their new single “Songs I Can’t Listen To”. Check out the clip below. The video co-stars writer, director, producer, and LGBT rights activist Dustin Lance Black, who won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Milk. The band’s “An Intimate Night Out … Continue reading

Photos: World Pride 2014 Toronto – Tegan and Sara

Photos by: Krystle Merrow –  JUNO Award winning indie rock duo Tegan and Sara, who released their seventh album, Heartthrob, on January 29th, 2013 via Vapor/Warner Bros., closed out the World Pride celebrations at Yonge-Dundas Square on June 29th with a free, all-ages performance.

Photos: World Pride 2014 Toronto – Dyke March

Photos by: Krystle Merrow –  Tens of thousands of supporters marched on June 28th as part of the annual dyke march to support women, and unlike the main pride parade, WorldPride describes it as “a political demonstration of critical mass; a moment seized to revel in the strength, diversity and passion of LGBTTIQQ2SA women and trans … Continue reading