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Interview: Brendan Angelides Talks “13 Reasons Why”, New Music, and His Pet Squirrel

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Known under his artist name, Eskmo, Los Angeles-based producer, composer, and recording artist, Brendan Angelides has not only toured the globe as an electronic musician, but has made a lasting impression on millions of screens across Hollywood and beyond. Returning to score season three of the popular Netflix drama, 13 Reasons Why, … Continue reading

Photos: The Rural Alberta Advantage, Said The Whale, Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Brendan Albert – The 2018 Indies took place at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (May 12th), and featured performances by The Rural Alberta Advantage, Said the Whale and Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs. Check out the full list of award winners below! ALBUM OF THE YEAR Gord Downie – Introduce … Continue reading

Festival Preview: 5 Must-See Artists at Shaky Knees 2021

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Once again returning to Central Park in Atlanta, GA, Shaky Knees festival is the place to be this October 22-24. Described by organizers as “a rock-lover’s dream,” the three-day event will include a roster of over 60 bands, and feature performances by acclaimed acts such as Foo Fighters, Run The Jewels, Alice … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Queens & Kings’ New Video for “I’m Beggin’”

By: Staff – Toronto-based garage punk duo Queens & Kings, consisting of Alissa Klug (drums/vocals) and Brendan Albert (guitar/vocals), is back with a new video for their track “I’m Beggin’” , which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Filmed in February with a small crew of friends at 276 Sterling Studio, the video depicts the … Continue reading

Polaris Music Prize Announces 2020 Long List

By: Staff – The Polaris Music Prize has revealed its 40 album Long List. The 2020 Polaris Music Prize Long List is: Allie X – Cape GodAnachnid – DreamweaverAquakultre – LegacyMarie-Pierre Arthur – Des feux pour voirBackxwash – God Has Nothing To Do With This Leave Him Out Of ItBadge Époque Ensemble – Badge Époque … Continue reading

JUNO Awards Announce 2019 Nominees

By: Staff – The nominees for the 48th Annual JUNO Awards were announced today at a press conference at the CBC building in Toronto. JUNO Week 2019, hosted in London, ON, will culminate with Canada’s biggest night in music – The 2019 JUNO Awards on Sunday, March 17. Shawn Mendes leads this year with a total … Continue reading

Review: Florence And The Machine @ Scotiabank Arena

By: Adam Harrison – Peace, love, and happiness filled Toronto last night as Florence + The Machine made a stop at the Scotiabank Arena as part of their High as Hope Tour. The classy, British, redheaded angel that is Florence Welch is not only one of the most talented vocalists right now, but also a strong and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: The National, Father John Misty, Jenny Lewis @ Fort York

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – The National performed at Toronto’s Fort York last night in what can best be described as a mini music festival. Joined by opener, Father John Misty, and Jenny Lewis, the Brooklyn-based indie rockers took the crowd on a 20-song journey with songs that pierced through the late-summer air and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Foo Fighters, The Struts, The Beaches @ Rogers Centre

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Foo Fighters brought their rock and roll circus to Toronto’s Rogers Centre last night in support of their ninth studio album, Concrete and Gold (out now via RCA/Roswell). “You’re all here because you love rock and roll”, said frontman Dave Grohl early on in the 23-song set that included … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concert Photos of 2017

We invited our team of contributors to share some of their favourite concert photos of 2017. Many identify with their top picks on a personal level where the gig was the highlight of their year; for some, their list represents a culmination of 2017’s hard work; and others select clear stand-outs amidst the transforming process of … Continue reading

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