[Event] Rufus Showcase July 27th @ Groove Records (London)

Kitchener hip hop artist, Rufus will be performing on Saturday July 27th at a live showcase in London, ON. showcasing various tracks from his upcoming project Growing Pains; including the radio singles "My Love (Gone)", "My Love (Gone) Mega Remix" & "This Dream". He will be performing alongside his band and the show will be free to all those looking to come out and experience this artist's new music. Make sure to find your way down to Grooves Records to enjoy this amazing artist on The Come Up. What: Live Showcase of Kitchener Hip Hop artist Rufus Where: Grooves Records, London, ON 353 Clarence St. When: Saturday July 27th, 2013 2:00 p.m. Admission: Absolutely Free so come out, support and have fun enjoying quality music!

[Event] Madhattr Presents The Nicest EP Release July 26th @ Call the Office (London)

The Nicest are releasing their self-titled EP produced 100% by Madhattr THIS Friday July 26 at Call the Office in London. Hosted by Exit Only, other acts performing that night include Teenburger, Ngajuana, Soundminds, Madhattr/Word Salad, Wize Boyz and Kings Of Nothing. There will also be a raffle table with various items; $3 a ticket or 2/$5. Come out and support these talented artists as the show will be filled with energy and excitement. What: Madhattr Presents The Nicest EP Release Where: Call the Office| 216 York St. London, ON When: Friday July 26th, 2013 @ 9:00pm Admission: Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door and are also available at Grooves

[Event] The Domestic Arrivals Summer Film Festival Presents ALIAS: documentary screening and live performance July 18th @ Museum London (London)

ALIAS, a documentary about Toronto rappers trying to escape the gangster life and make it in the music industry will be getting screened at Museum London's Third Thursday as part of the Domestic Arrivals Summer Film Festival. Following the screening will be live performances from the film's rappers Alias Donmillion, Keon Love, and Trench in the Community Gallery. Also included are a cash bar, snacks, and Graffiti Art open to all. Take a look at the full details below. What: Domestic Arrivals presents ALIAS' screening followed by live performances from Alias Donmillion, Keon Love, and Trench. Where: Museum London, 421 Ridout Street North, London, ON When: Thursday, July 18th Documentary screening: 7:00p.m. Live Performance: 9:00p.m. Admission: Film and live performance: $10 (Tickets available at the door or here) | Live performance: $5 (Tickets available at the door) Official Trailer (Green Band) Trailer 2 (Red Band)

[Event] Live Nation Presents M.I.A. with LE1F July 18th @ Danforth Music Hall (Toronto)

Academy Award and Grammy nominated artist M.I.A. is coming to Toronto on July 18th with special guest LE1F. Her recently released single "Bring the Noize" has been gaining buzz amongst her following as she intends to bring this and other fan favorites including "Paper Planes" and "Swagga Like Us" to the Danforth Music Hall. M.I.A.’s fourth album, Matangi is due out this fall via N.E.E.T./Interscope. Check out the full details below. What: Live Nation Presents M.I.A. with LE1F Where: The Danforth Music Hall, 147 Danforth Ave. Toronto, ON. When: Thursday July 18, 2013 Admission: All Ages | Doors Open 8PM | $35 Advance Tickets | Tickets available via Ticketmaster

[Review] Union Events presents Logic and the Welcome to Forever Tour @ The Virgin Mobile Mod Club (Toronto)

On Wednesday June 26th 2013 XXL Freshman and Visionary Music Group’s own Logic came to Toronto with fellow VMG comrade Skizzy Mars and special guest Quest for the final stop of his Welcome to Forever Tour and definitely showed that he saved the best for last. The buzz both inside and outside the MOD Club was huge as fans; both old and new, anticipated seeing Logic knowing that this was probably his last stop in Toronto before his status truly went into the stratosphere. At the very front of the stage were fans who had seen him at the same venue last year when he was even more unknown and in speaking with them you could tell that they were not only proud of but also felt connected to the artist’s grind to make it to the position he’s now in. Check the link for the full performance review.