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So how do you write a review about a guy standing behind a table and playing other people’s tunes, mostly, while jumping up and down to a steady, locked 4/4, 120 BPM beat? Hmmm. Well, like this, I suppose. Right off the bat, it should be noted that booking a Moby DJ set at Canalside was a coup for all involved. The guy – a major force in ’90s alternative music, and an art…

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Our Lady Peace has done what so many of its Canadian rock peers from the 1990s have failed to do – endure with integrity and relevance intact. Back in the mid-’90s, OLP was part of a class of emerging Canadian rock bands that seemed poised to follow in the path paved previously by the Tragically Hip. Acts like I Mother Earth, Moist, Pure and Moxy Fruvous represented a vibr…

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From the sound of it, Moby’s days as an ever on the move, constantly touring musician are over, or at least, close to it. “I just don’t like the touring lifestyle: I never wanted to be that haggard musician in my 40s looking beaten down and unhealthy in an airport, and that’s what I became,” he said in the official bio for his forthcoming album, “Innocents,” due in Octobe…

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The final vacancy in the 2014 Canalside concert lineup has been filled. Moby, an electronic music pioneer of the 1990s, will perform along the waterfront on Aug. 14. Although the Thursday concert is free, VIP passes -- which include admission into the VIP tent, unlimited food and drinks, front-of-stage viewing and private bathrooms -- are available for $40. More ticket in…