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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist and writer. Her work has appeared in Vice's Noisey, The Huffington Post, Exclaim!, AUX, and Amplify among others. She is also the curator of New Music From The Inbox, an internationally read independent music segment that runs weekly at award-winning website, AJournalofMusicalThings.com

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Arctic Monkeys: Kool Haus, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 16 September 2013

WELL, IT'S OFFICIAL, the Arctic Monkeys have their fifth number one on the UK top 40 charts with their latest album AM. That's five for ...

The Beach Boys, The Byrds, The Righteous Brothers, Phil Spector: The Wrecking Crew Played On All Your Favourite '60s And '70s Songs (Seriously)

Report and Interview by Juliette Jagger, Huffington Post, 19 February 2015

IN THE '60s and '70s, a should-be-legendary group of studio musicians dubbed the Wrecking Crew played on the era's defining songs. ...

Bedouin Soundclash: Retrospective Reviews: Bedouin Soundclash: Sounding a Mosaic

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 14 October 2014

RECORDED AT DNA Studios in Montreal and produced by Darryl Jenifer of legendary hardcore punk band Bad Brains, Bedouin Soundclash's breakthrough album, Sounding a Mosaic, ...

Beyoncé: Could Beyoncé's Visual Album Become The New Commercial Standard?

Comment by Juliette Jagger, A Journal Of Musical Things, 16 December 2013

WHAT DO YOU DO when releasing a record the "old fashioned way" stops working even for those at the top of their game? Well, if ...

Billy Talent: Retrospective Reviews: Billy Talent: Billy Talent

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 15 October 2014

BILLY TALENT'S SELF-TITLED DEBUT — what a fuckin' record that was. ...

Eric Clapton, The Doors, Kim Fowley, John Lennon, Little Richard, Yoko Ono: The Domino Effect: How One of Toronto's Most Iconic Rock Concerts Almost Never Happened

Retrospective by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 13 April 2015

FOR MANY, the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival of 1969 is the stuff of legends. For some, like famed rock promoter and pop culture icon ...

Death From Above 1979's You're A Woman, I'm A Machine

Retrospective by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 11 November 2014

It only took one album for the band to establish a cult following, we looked back to see what that record contained. ...

Death From Above 1979: Q&A: Death From Above 1979 talk The Physical World and their cult following

Interview by Juliette Jagger, AUX Magazine, 9 September 2014

Ten years after their explosive debut album, Death From Above 1979 get back together to release the high-stakes follow-up, The Physical World ...

Drake: Perception Is Reality

Comment by Juliette Jagger, juliettejagger.com, January 2012

HIP-HOP ARTISTS are reigning supreme right now because they are the only one's who have real shit. In the midst of this rock drought we ...

Fall Out Boy: How To Make A Comeback Record In 2013

Comment by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 16 April 2013

MAKING a "comeback record," especially these days, is an interesting thing. There's a real science behind it. ...

Nelly Furtado: Canadian Bands You Should Know: Nelly Furtado

Profile and Interview by Juliette Jagger, nmc.ca, 24 March 2017

AT THE ONSET OF 1998, Nelly Furtado was a fresh-faced, bright-eyed, 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Victoria, BC, sharing a partitioned apartment at Yonge and Finch in ...

Green Day: Air Canada Center, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 12 April 2013

LATELY I'VE BEEN feeling disillusioned with the state of rock and roll. It seems like only the bands that were already bands long before this ...

The Killers: Air Canada Center, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 16 May 2013

THE KILLERS were always a band that I kept in the back of my mind. I have a few of their records and I liked ...

Kings of Leon: Air Canada Centre, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 27 February 2014

WE ALL HAVE those albums that signify turning points in our lives and define us as people in particular moments. Personally, the last time I ...

Lorde: Sound Academy, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Exclaim!, 16 March 2014

A LONE SPOTLIGHT cut through the blackness in the room to reveal Lorde at centre stage, where her presence was immediately overwhelming. ...

Courtney Love: Danforth Music Hall, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 20 July 2013

REGARDLESS of what any of us think we know about the life and times of Courtney Love, it doesn't change the fact that on Saturday ...

Bruno Mars: Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 5 July 2013

I LOVE AN ARTIST THAT shows up on the scene with an angle. They start us out thinking one thing, while they've really got something ...

Muse: Air Canada Center, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 10 April 2013

I'VE ALWAYS THOUGHT of Muse as being something like the Queen of this generation. I say that because there's something operatic about what they do. ...

Paolo Nutini: Sound Academy, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, juliettejagger.com, 15 September 2014

TORONTO RECEIVED a taste of a highly seasoned Paolo Nutini when the Scottish alt-R&B singer-songwriter hit the Sound Academy for a stand out performance last ...

Queens Of The Stone Age: Queens of The Stone Age: Air Canda Center, Toronto

Live Review by Juliette Jagger, Anchor Shop, 12 September 2013

ONE NIGHT a few months back, I was lying in bed at 2 am and I received a phone call from Orange County, California. ...

Soundgarden: The 'Black Hole Sun' Also Rises: Soundgarden's Superunknown At 20

Retrospective by Juliette Jagger, Huffington Post, 13 March 2014

BY EARLY 1994, Grunge had already changed the mainstream musical landscape forever. At the decade's onset, the success of albums such as Nirvana's Nevermind and ...

Neil Young's After The Gold Rush

Review by Juliette Jagger, Noisey, 10 October 2014

RELEASED IN THE fall of 1970, Neil Young's After The Gold Rush has over the course of the past 40 plus years become widely known ...

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