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We all burn, burn, burn with the desire for fame. But what would we do once we had it?
Most pop stars play the game. They know the rules, and they stick to them, mostly. There’s some bending, but only enough to make them stand out just enough to carve their own spot in the ocean of our cultural attention span.

I’m sure you’ve read through countless articles regarding the new N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton. Most major music publications have taken fistfuls of inspiration to paint a new picture of the iconic yet controversial rap group. Along with the new limelight shone on the men behind the music, dark clouds have also started to circle.

Who says songwriting has to be conventional? Sure, it’s all well and good to follow a displayed structure to prevent any alienation between fans, but in order to stand out among the crowd, why not stir the pot a little? Why is it that we tend to only remember a song’s chorus?

The primary objective of Antidote Magazine is to encourage our target audience to broaden their horizons and delve into the unknown depths of metropolitan culture that surrounds them. The Remedy is Diversity. With our impeccable tastes and discerning senses, we will keep our finger on the pulse of the cognoscenti – those who shape the scene and give life and substance to what is at the forefront of artistry and culture
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MODEL 86 is a new name for the film and commercial scoring artist Matthew James Wilcock. Under this alias, he is anonymous. His sparse Facebook info page describes his gender as neutral and his interactions as minimal. However, behind the seemingly empty cover, MODEL 86 has a lot written on his pages.

Harper this, Trudeau that. May over here, Mulcair over there. We are in the midst of another Canadian Federal Election and the question always goes back to this; will Canadians finally step up to the plate? The four candidates certainly hopes so

s a population, we care more about whether Canada wins the Gold Medal in Hockey than if our Prime Ministers are able to represent the interests of the 35 754 482 million people that call this great country home.