Heavy Montreal is Taking a Hiatus in 2017

Montreal’s premium heavy metal festival, Heavy Montreal will be taking a break in 2017. The news was revealed by Nick Farkas, who serves as head of Evenko’s booking department, citing thorough renovations to festival site Parc Jean-Drapeau as one of the many reasons for next year’s cancellation. The news was later confirmed by Heavy Montreal spokesperson and radio host Jason… Read more →

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Busta Rhymes to Release Two New Singles This Friday

It’s the season of giving, and Busta Rhymes is about to give us something new to bang our heads to. That’s right, this Friday, the Conglomerate head honcho himself will drop two new singles, in what he is referring to as the “Double Dragon”: It's time… #THECONGLOMERATE @epicrecords A photo posted by Busta Rhymes (@conglomerateent) on Dec 6, 2016 at 12:51pm… Read more →


J. Cole Debuts Documentary Featuring Two New Songs

The music gods have been treating us this week. If new albums from Childish Gambino and The Rolling Stones weren’t enough, now J. Cole has released a documentary via Tidal titled Eyez. The 40-minute film details Cole’s recording process of his forthcoming album, 4 Your Eyez Only, the follow up to 2014’s highly acclaimed 2014 Forrest Hill Drive. The documentary even features two new… Read more →


Lil Yatchy Is Back With A Vengeance With Beats 1 Freestyle

Hot 97 radio host Ebro Darden has built a reputation for being critical of many New School rappers, particularly of the “mumble rap” variety. One of the clearest examples of Darden’s disapproval was in June of this year, when he had Atlanta emcee Lil Yatchy freestyle over drum-heavy, New York style beats on his show, Ebro in the Morning. Unfortunately for… Read more →


Is A Gorillaz and Kaytranada Collaboration On The Way?

After securing a spot on Pitchfork‘s list of “The Best Music Videos of 2016” for his “Lite Spots” music video, Montreal producer Kaytranada celebrated by treating his fans to a lengthy and informative Twitter Q&A. The session revealed a lot of interesting facts about both Kaytranada’s personal interests, along information regarding his career’s past, present, and future. Perhaps the most… Read more →


Interview: Ivan Reitman Reflects on Space Jam, 20 Years Later

To cap off our 20th anniversary celebrations of Space Jam we spoke to producer of the film, the one and only Ivan Reitman to an extensive range of topics including: Charles Barkley insinuating he wanted to fight Reitman on set of the film His unique status as a cult filmmaker with financial success Almost directing the film, in certain respects Piecing… Read more →


Interview: “Space Jam” Director Reveals Spike Lee Almost Wrote the Film, Scrapped Tiger Woods Sequel

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Space Jam, Mr. Wavvy interviews the film’s director, Joe Pytka, to discuss a number of topics, including: – The fact that he didn’t like the idea at first – A sequel that almost happened subsequently after the first film starring Tiger Woods (23:07) – Spike Lee almost writing the film’s final draft (27:36) –… Read more →


Announcing Space Jam Week

The world could really use a laugh right now. Seems like a better time than ever to make this reveal: This week, Space Jam, one of the greatest films of the 1990s, turns 20 years old. Given this, it’s time to celebrate. Announcing “SPACE JAM WEEK”, a week-long commemoration of Michael Jordan‘s polarising feature film debut. In this time, we are… Read more →


Montreal’s Vikki Gilmore Releases Heartwarming “My Song” Video

19 year-old singer/songwriter Vikki Gilmore has released “My Song”, the second music video in support of his debut EP, “Where You’re From”. Directed by fellow Montrealers Justine Costello and Julia Kozak, the video complaints Gilmore’s warm and breezy texture through a story of summer love. Ahead of the release, we spoke to Gilmore about the song, along with what is yet… Read more →