Demo Magazine Download: Issue Number 14

Newcomer play at Battle of the Bands, Oct 10. Photo courtesy of Tim Siao for UTSI

The 2018 issue of Demo is finally here! You can download a PDF version below and thank you to our countless writers, photographers, designers, contributors, and supporters that made this magazine possible!

DOWNLOAD HERE ->  DEMO 14 (2018)

INSIDE

  • What Are You Listening To?—by Catherine Kawpeng and Noor Hasan
                  Demo checks in with UofT students to see what music has been on their radar.
  • Hart House Music: Noting the Landscape—by Vivian Li
                  A celebration of Hart House’s 100 years of musical glory.
  • An Interview with Mocky—by Isaac Fox
                  A look at life after UofT.
  • Music on Screen—by Alisha Farrow
                  How soundtracks make or break a film.
  • Too Good to be True: Scamming Indie Artists—by Daniel Lewycky
                  Exploring the scams in the music industry targeting small-scale musicians.
  • The Good, the Rad, and the Ugly of Toronto’s Live Musc Scene—by Felipe Vellejo
                 An inside look into Toronto’s live music culture.
  • At the Roots of Weaves—by Dora Boras and Andrea Macanovic
                  An interview with the Polaris Music Prize nominees.
  • Toronto Deserves a Better Music Scene—by Daven Boparai
                  Toronto’s outdoor music festival scene is disappearing because of low attendance and lack of proper green space in the city’s downtown core.
  • Sunday Morning, Praise is Falling—by Rachel Evangeline Chiong
                  An insider’s commentary on the unexplored world of your local church band.
  • Student Profile: IsKwé—by Randa Omar
                  A discussion with up and coming alt-R&B/triphop artist IsKwé.
  • Hip-Hop and Homosexuality—by Jeffrey Leung
                  How attitudes towards non-heterosexuality have changed in hip-hop.
  • Ontario is For Screamo—by Grace Guimond
                  A guide to scramz in the GTA.
  • Image vs. Content—by Emma Wittmann
                  The listeners’ developing role in successful music.