Non-Agression Pact Is Only Aggressive Toward Canada

Russia and the United States of America have come together to renew a non-agression pact that seeks to create a new world peace by dividing up the Canadian portion of North America. Known as “The Great Handshake”, the move allows Russia to regain a foothold on the continent.

Wentworth vs. Prisoner: Bea Smith

Wentworth is the highly successful modern adaptation of Australia’s 70s/80s cult classic Prisoner. In both series, Bea makes an impressive splash in both shows – but as fairly different characters. WARNING: SPOILER ALERT

Electric Owl Vomits Eel Released!

Electric Owl Vomits Eel is Richtig’s hand picked favourites from his albums Second Son (2018), Technological Advances (2015), Earth Tones (2004) and Transition (2019). Includes 4 previously unreleased tracks from personal projects: Wave (Life In A Scat Filled Universe, 2005), Wonder (Prayer Flags 2006), Asian Moon (New Songs 2008) and Polyamory (Second Son Outtake 2018).

On Writing: Chocolates & Unemployment

I have worked in variety of office environments. Among other things, I was always the coffee glutton of the office. I tried to offset this by being the person who made the coffee. I thought if I ensured there was always coffee for the other staff, I wouldn’t have to feel bad for drinking itContinue reading “On Writing: Chocolates & Unemployment”

Wentworth Season 7 Finale: Who Dies, Who Survives

A look at the wrap of of Season 7 The Siege (PT 1 +2). What could this mean for the future of Wentworth? Warning: Spoiler Alert!

Transition Released!

Kyle Richtig’s new album Transition has been released!

New Album Transition to Debut in 2019

Richtig’s new album Transition is the follow up to 2018s Second Son.

Alice Merton: Mint

German Canadian artist Alice Merton‘s first full length album “Mint” was released as a follow up to 2018’s No Roots EP. Merton’s release has immediately made its mark on Canadian music.

Bat For Lashes Confesses “Laura” Origins

Bat For Lashes’ song “Laura” is used for haunting moments in television. Known for its raw emotion, the song was used during Australia’s hit TV show Wentworth following the death of the main character. This was the last song written by Bat For Lashes’ singer/songwriter Natasha Khan for the album. She reluctantly recorded it having grown tired of writing piano ballads.

Shit Poly People Hear (and what I think)

A guest post from one of our favourite polyamorous people, Matt!

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