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Sunday, November 12th, 2017

Slow Magic and friends live in Toronto

Toronto’s iconic Horseshoe Tavern is not the place one would expect to see a dance show, they say so themselves, but this was a special night and their 70th anniversary month. Despite it being primarily an indie rock venue, Slow Magic‘s show blended right in and everyone who did want to dance found their way to the small

Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Curtis Harding retrospective, live in Toronto

After releasing Soul Power in 2014 Curtis Harding was immediately flagged as an artist to watch by the Rolling Stones magazine. That album had a lasting impact, it’s one that I personally keep going back to and tracks from which keep...

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Giraffage’s journey, live at Velvet Underground

Last weekend, critically acclaimed up and coming artist Giraffage (Charlie Yin) took over the Velvet Underground in Toronto. Kicking of his first nationwide Too Real tour, with fellow artists Wingtip and Sweater Beats, Giraffage played his show...

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

Red Bull 3 days in Toronto with BadBadNoGood, River Tiber and Charlotte Day Wilson

Last week Red Bull Sound Select hosted 3 Days in Toronto: a series of curated music events in city’s favourite venues. Friday night, BadBadNoGood with friends, took place at the Massey Hall, a legendary 2-level, all seated,...

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Thievery Corporation across decades, live in Toronto

Thievery Corporation returned to Toronto for two sold out and highly anticipated live shows. Taking over one of the biggest venues they’ve played here so far, Rebel Nightclub, the band had no issues occupying the stage. Thievery’s full...

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Hometown hero: Japanese Breakfast at The Holocene

Front woman Michelle Zauner is from Eugene (Oregon) so seeing Japanese Breakfast at the Holocene in Portland meant a sold out show and a packed guest list. The “Beaver state” is Zauner’s homestead and a place were...

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

A new kind of punk: Downtown Boys at Mississippi Studios

The political landscape that Americans’ are dwelling in is a special kind of insanity. While so many incredibly outdated ways of life seem to keep dragging on by the scrape of their teeth and so many marginalized...

Friday, September 1st, 2017

Not the best, not the worst: Project Pabst 2017

Project Pabst that we’ve come to know is actually the combination of two festivals. Prior to joining forces with the corporation, Northwest Music Fest was a small, less corporate version of SXSW for Portland. Northwest Music Fest...

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

MUTEK MTL in pictures: Deathprod, Mexican Jihad, Aurora Halal and more

Another MUTEK season wrapped up last weekend featuring the best in alternative electronic music and digital arts across various venues of Montreal. Each venue featured a set of themed curated performances from across the globe. Here are...

Friday, August 18th, 2017

Pickathon 2017: Not your typical festival experience

Pickathon was unique in more than one way. To begin with, it carried a lot of weight in performances but only had an attendance of about 3,000 people, with a large percentage of that crowd being volunteers...

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