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Next year, YouTube will celebrate its 10th anniversary. For nearly a decade, then, music videos have belonged almost entirely to the internet. Once upon a time, video directors made their work for…   Read Story »
As a way to make some sort of artistic sense out of the year we just had, the Canadian newspaper The Globe And Mail recently teamed up with the Canadian Opera Company and the indie label Arts &…   Read Story »
Fucked Up frontman Damian Abraham has only been doing Turned Out A Punk, the podcast where he interviews people about their backgrounds in punk rock, for a month, but it's been a total blast. Abraham…   Read Story »
Music is a messy thing. There's too much of it, too many genres, too many ideas, for anyone to make sense out of all of it -- or even to hear all of it. The idea of imposing a narrative on 365 days…   Read Story »
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham has released his second installment of Turned Out A Punk, the podcast in which he talks with fellow punk-enthusiasts. This week he sat down with Arcade Fire's Jeremy Gara…   Read Story »
Fucked Up frontman Damian Abraham has already proven his acumen as a TV host via his erstwhile MuchMusic series The Wedge. Now he's turning his attention to podcasting. Abraham's posted on Instagram…   Read Story »
Fucked Up frontman Damian Abraham is a larger-than-life hardcore bellower known for getting naked and bleeding onstage. (He is also, full disclosure, my friend.) He is not the first person you'd…   Read Story »
Here's one nice thing about the whole U2 debacle: They didn't forcibly beam any music videos into your iTunes! Imagine how those things would've looked. Actually, as it turned out, this was a great…   Read Story »
Damian Abraham is the singer for Fucked Up and a good friend, but he's also a civic-minded Torontonian. And later this month, he'll moderate a debate that will feature many of the people currently…   Read Story »
"The Art Of Patrons" is one of many songs on Fucked Up's fantastic Glass Boys that deals with the ideological whiplash of staying punk while growing old and getting famous. As explained in Tom's…   Read Story »