By: Staff – Born and raised in a small town just east of Toronto, Angélique has always been one to challenge the norm and exceed expectations. Now, in her early 20s, Angélique has embarked on a solo singing career releasing her debut single in 2018, and also releasing her latest single “Heaven&safety” in November 2019. To … Continue reading
By: Katrina Lat – Welcome to Respite, which premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, is an immersive VR experience. The production puts the audience in the shoes of Alex, a child with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). Originally a live action performance by CoAct Productions, the presentation was adapted into VR with The Ferryman Collective. Deirdre … Continue reading
By: Katrina Lat – After the cancellation of its 2020 event, the annual Tribeca Film Festival will be back on the streets (and theatres) of New York City from June 9 – 20. To complement its in-person offering, the festival has announced Tribeca at Home, an online portal featuring screenings of festival selections. While the … Continue reading
Photos by: Katrina Lat – Hard Rock band Big Wreck, who released their newest album, But For the Sun, on August 30, 2019, which featured the singles “Locomotive”, “Too Far Gone”, “One More Chance”, and “Alibi”, performed at the OLG Play Stage in Toronto last night (September 16th) with Toronto-based alt-rock band Stuck On Planet Earth, who … Continue reading
By: Curtis Sindrey – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the world, the music photography community, along with the music industry as a whole, has been heavily impacted as music venues close and tours are postponed. With an end not quite in sight, photographers are forced to adapt to this “new normal” as they struggle to … Continue reading
Photos by: Katrina Lat – UK indie pop artist The Japanese House, who released her debut album, Good at Falling, on March 1st, 2019 via Dirty Hit, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto on October 27th.
Interview by: Jessica Nakamoto – Photos by: Katrina Lat – Known for their high-energy live shows and gritty in-your-face punk-rock sound, powerhouse all-woman quartet, The Anti-Queens, have once again reinvigorated Canada’s underground music scene. Signing to Stomp Records, and releasing their first ever full-length album (out now), lead vocalist and guitarist Emily Bones, guitarist Valerie Knox, drummer … Continue reading
Photos by: Katrina Lat – Indie rock artist Brittany Howard, who released her solo debut album, Jaime, on September 20th, 2019 via ATO, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Sept. 23rd).
Photos by: Katrina Lat – UK indie pop band Bastille, who released their third album, Doom Days, on June 14th, 2019 via Virgin EMI, performed at Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night (Sept. 20th).
Photos by: Katrina Lat – Synthpop artist Carly Rae Jepsen, who released her album, Dedicated, May 17th, 2019 via 604 Records, performed at Meridian Hall in Toronto last night (Sept. 14th).