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Photos: CityFolk 2015 – Wintersleep, The Avett Brothers, Lisa Leblanc, Walk Off The Earth

Photos by: Mark Horton & Marc DesRosiers – Day two of CityFolk 2015 (formerly called Ottawa Folk Festival) at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa, ON on September 17th featured performances by Juno-winning Halifax-based indie rock band Wintersleep, who are currently recording their sixth studio album, folk rock band The Avett Brothers, who released their newest album, Magpie and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Beck, Oh Wonder @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Lisa Mark – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Acclaimed folk-pop singer-songwriter Beck brought his ongoing tour in support of his 13thalbum, Colors, to Toronto’s Budweiser Stage last night (July 8th) and the performance can best be described as “wow”. Throughout a 24-song set, Beck took fans on a kaleidoscoptic journey of a variety of genres, including: acoustic folk … Continue reading

Review: The Longshot @ Horseshoe Tavern

By: Gilles LeBlanc –  Billie Joe Armstrong has been punk’s poster boy for the past 25 years. He’s also been unfairly accused of being a sellout for just as long. How many rockstars can boast about having multiple Grammy AND Tony Awards to their name, not to mention a version of the Rock Band video game? … 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

Year in Review: The Best Concerts of 2017

We invited our team of contributors to share some of their favourite concerts of 2017. Many identify with their top picks on a personal level where a concert 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 discovering … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold @ Rogers Centre

Photos by: Lisa Mark – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Metallica brought the head-banging masses together for a sold-out extravaganza at Rogers Centre in Toronto last night. Following their intimate charity show in front of 950 sweaty fans at the Opera House last November, the metal legends took full advantage of Toronto’s biggest venue with five massive video screens … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Slowdive @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Lisa Mark – Review by: Justin Hines – On May 20th 1994, Slowdive played a show in Toronto at Lee’s Palace. This show turned out to be their final show for the next 20 years. In 1995, Slowdive released a final album – ‘Pygmillion’ to a music scene that had moved on largely in part to their … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Green Day, Against Me @ FirstOntario Centre

Photos by: Adam Harrison & Lisa Mark – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Pop-Punk mainstays Green Day ignited a revolution at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton on March 20th. With a new tour, new album, and healthy frontman, the trio blazed through an enthralling 28-song set, including tracks from their new album, Revolution Radio (out Oct. 7th via Reprise). The … Continue reading

Sharing The (Common) Wealth: An Interview with Sloan’s Chris Murphy

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) –   Sloan’s 20-year story is the one every single Canadian independent artist hopes they can one day tell themselves. That’s because their achievements are a product of four diverse musical minds clashing, collaborating and creating. That process could not be more evident on their ambitious new album Commonwealth (out Sept. 9th via Yep Roc), but also on … Continue reading

Album Review: The National – “I Am Easy to Find”

By: Kirstin Bews –     The National are releasing their eighth studio album, I Am Easy to Find, on May 17th via 4AD. The album comes accompanied by a short 24-minute film directed by Mike Mills that stars award winning actress, Alicia Vikander. The album isn’t a soundtrack to the film, although the title track … Continue reading