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Chart Attack ties the Teenage Head concert/book launch for best show during CMW Week!

Chart Attack went to and rated all the shows at this year's CMW Week in Toronto, and the results are in: the Teenage Head concert/book launch for Geoff Pevere's Gods of the Hammer: The Teenage Head Story" is in a three way tie for the best show of the week!

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Rock guru Alan Cross can't wait to read Gods of the Hammer

Alan Cross is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music. Alan also can't wait to read Geoff Pevere's Gods of the Hammer: The Teenage Head Story.

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Hazlitt discusses Geoff Pevere's Gods of the Hammer and the Not-Fun History of Toronto

By Alan Jones
Hazlitt
May 8 2014

A month ago, The Board of Governors for Toronto’s Exhibition Place voted 4-3 in favour of banning all-ages electronic dance music (known to the kids as EDM) events at the city-owned venue. This decision, which may be reversed by City Council this week, was surrounded by a great deal of colourful language about “the children,” who have made for a convenient political volleyball of late, having also been cast at the centre of The Beer Store’s scaremongering campaign to prevent competition from convenience stores.

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Matthew Heiti receives the Sudbury Arts Council Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist

May 1, 2014 — Congratulations to Matthew Heiti, author of The City Still Breathing, who was named the recipient of the Sudbury Arts Council Award for Outstanding Emerging Artist. Read more about the award and the ceremony on NorthernLife.ca.

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Quill & Quire talks about Jones's resurrection

In advance of Coach House and Three O'Clock Press's Tribute to Jones event, Sue Carter Flinn wrote a story about Jones's legacy and revival at the Quill & Quire Omni. Here's an excerpt:

When he was alive, Daniel Jones had a small but hardcore following. Now, 17 years after his death from suicide, the Toronto literary and punk icon is being celebrated with reissues of two out-of-print titles.

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