Nepean MPP and Ontario Cabinet Minister Lisa MacLeod flaunted the depth of her philosophical acumen in a swipe at former Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne: While this could easily be written off as a feeble taunt, her invocation of 1990 glam… Continue Reading
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA—Despite their obsession with remaining steadfastly within the public eye, the Kardashians have been remarkably evasive when confronted with rumours that the family originates from impoverished ancestry. Now, after an exhaustive search spanning over ten years and many thousands… Continue Reading
SOUTH GATE, CALIFORNIA—On the heels of Kanye West’s recent name change to “Ye”, American hip-hop band Cypress Hill has now followed suit and changed its name to “Sigh”. Critics allege that since Cypress is also considered a nu-metal band, this might… Continue Reading
TORONTO—A local music curator is reeling in the wake of DJ and producer Avicii’s death. “I will never compile a prime-time gym playlist the same way again,” said GoodLife Fitness employee Diyon Herath. Swedish Electronic Dance Music sensation Avicii, born… Continue Reading
WAY DOWN IN LOUISIANA, Close to New Orleans—Mooseclean’s is shocked and saddened (and also sick and tired of starting articles with those five words) to learn that Chuck Berry has died. He was 90. Berry invented rock and roll, making the… Continue Reading
Photo: Moyia Misner-Pellow (CC BY 2.0) U.S.A.—After witnessing the love-in produced by the final concert of The Tragically Hip’s Man Machine Poem tour, the U.S. is looking for a band to create national unity.
P.E.I.—Grade 11 student Jordan Wexler recently discovered a new song he thinks will be a big hit. “Have you heard Purple Rain by Adam Levine?” asked Wexler. “It’s totes amazing!”
Photo: Rosana Prada (CC BY-2.0) Christian critics of music icon David Bowie are concerned that his end-of-life decision to follow God may not be enough to save him from eternal damnation for his sins, including his effeminate fashion sense, rumoured… Continue Reading
Photo: Skeezix1000, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA-3.0 Visitors to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa were greeted with a peculiar sound this week as the soundtrack for the Oscar Peterson statue had been unexpectedly changed. Listeners expecting jazz or bebop instead… Continue Reading
“It’s been a long road,” says Anthony Field. Since founding The Wiggles in 1991, he’s run the gamut from obscurity to fame and from grief to joy, then back again.