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It's no secret that vinyl is making a serious comeback, and luckily Toronto is fully embracing it!  Whether you're looking for a vintage Beatles album or something off the top 40, there is a very good chance that you'll find it pretty quickly at one of these Toronto record shops!

We have compiled a list of the 10 best places to score your favourite records in Toronto, no matter the genre! If you're looking to treat yourself to some new music be sure to check out a few of the places below.

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Fall is upon us, which means you and other students across the province will be dealing with the stress of midterms very soon.

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In anticipation of next month's Halifax Pop Explosion, we decided to put together a list of all the unreal musicians you can regularly hear playing throughout Halifax.  Some of the bands included below have been putting out music for years and playing shows all over the world, while others are just getting their start in the industry.

Either way everyone we included is putting out dope work, so give them a listen and hit up their shows when you get a chance!

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Live music connects people in a way that you almost can't explain. When else do you find people literally throwing their hands up in the air because they're so overcome with excitement? It's the mysterious connection that comes with those sound waves that makes even the most introverted yell, "this is MY JAM" while getting their groove on with strangers in ways no one really thought was possible. And here we face the modern day struggle, why do concerts have to be so expensive?! One night alone at the famed ACC or Rogers Centre can easily cost you upwards of 150 dollars for seats that will still leave you squinting just to see your icon.

There's no denying the rise in the Toronto music scene either, anywhere from pop superstars to underground indie artists either finding their start or are stopping to check out the 6ix. And as Torontonian's and HUMANS we have a right to see them so we can also throw our hands up like the freaks we are and yell "I LOVE YOU" to strangers (and the music will provide a justifiable excuse for something we'd usually pull out at wildflower anyways). Long story short? We love music and shouldn't have to pay so much to see some dope acts live. Here are some amazing live music events that won't leave you with an empty wallet.

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Lights, camera, popcorn puh-lease. Sometimes, the hustle and bustle of the city calls for a good old night at the movies. Skip the mobs of fifteen-year olds fighting to get good seats at the big-box theatres, and check out some of these cooler 18A options.

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