News: The Sheepdogs Announce 2016 Tour and Special Price on “Future Nostalgia”

These prairie boys are coming home. Today The Sheepdogs announced a Canadian tour to follow their American one. But that’s not the only news. They boys clearly know how to take care of fans. Playing a free show tonight in Toronto, the band is also offering a special price on their newest LP Future Nostalgia for 3-days only onContinue reading “News: The Sheepdogs Announce 2016 Tour and Special Price on “Future Nostalgia””

Just Announced: The Edge Jingle Bell Concert Series

Wolf Alice, Whitehorse, and Coleman Hell will be playing in this year’s Edge Jingle Bell Concert Series..and that’s just the beginning. Christmas can sure as hell come early if it means these names are coming to the city. Starting on November 21st Cario will kick off the series of shows, at MOD Club. The events will takeContinue reading “Just Announced: The Edge Jingle Bell Concert Series”

Dragonette Announces Fall Tour.

They’re coming to… say hello. I know, I know hold back the face palms. Dragonette  announced their mini-fall tour dates today which includes an upcoming showcase at The Danforth in Toronto on November 26th. Joining them will be Toronto natives, Young Empires who’ve just released their album The Gates, last month. By far the funnest, loudest, bestContinue reading “Dragonette Announces Fall Tour.”

News: The Cutest Thing To Ever Happen During a Years & Years Concert

Monday night British Electronica group Years & Years stopped by Toronto and the cutest thing happened. Graphic designer, Vin Ouellette got special recognition for his self-designed T-shirt he made specifically for the concert. Previewing the design on Instagram a few days earlier, the excitement was clear and the countdown to the show was on. IContinue reading “News: The Cutest Thing To Ever Happen During a Years & Years Concert”

Concerts to Get You Through the Fall Blues

Festival season is coming to an end, school is starting and the days are getting shorter. Stop and breathe, because the music scene is far from slowing down. The fall season is bringing some stellar acts to Toronto, with more names being announced each day, you’ll be breaking your piggy bank and wondering how you’reContinue reading “Concerts to Get You Through the Fall Blues”

See Them Before They Make It | The Bands of The Edge’s The Next Big Thing

It’s time to place your bets and get a front row seat for a chance to watch a “baby” band get discovered. The final 6 bands from The Edge’s Next Big Thing contest will play The Phoenix Concert Hall for a shot to make their names known. It began from hundreds of musicians, but Ivory Hours,Continue reading “See Them Before They Make It | The Bands of The Edge’s The Next Big Thing”

What is better than Fast Romantics, Kandell and The Krooks? How About Seeing Them for Free.

Yes, that is correct. If you happen to be one of the lucky Torontonians trucking past Yonge and Dundas this Friday, you’ll be in for a dark treat. Kandell & The Krooks will be putting on a show with Fast Romantics at Yonge & Dundas Square. Beginning at 8pm, Kandell and The Krooks will takeContinue reading “What is better than Fast Romantics, Kandell and The Krooks? How About Seeing Them for Free.”

The Tallest Man On Earth @ Massey Hall

Extending his tour an extra three weeks, The Tallest Man on Earth will be coming to Massey Hall. To play in September, TMOE promises a new addition to his show. The performer will be adding a full band to support the daunting vocals, layered instruments and hauntingly capturing sound of his latest album, Dark BirdContinue reading “The Tallest Man On Earth @ Massey Hall”

KOI Fest Headliners: July Talk, Say We Can Fly and The Trews

Don’t fret about fall the festivals are hardly coming to an end. Just announced, July Talk will be headlining Koi Fest in Kitchener. Taking the stage on Friday, September 25th the Toronto natives will join the hefty line up, to include Gay Ninties, Fast Romantics, and illScarlett. The Trews will be kicking off KOI festContinue reading “KOI Fest Headliners: July Talk, Say We Can Fly and The Trews”