Advertisements
//
here you go

Search Results

You searched for "curtis sindrey". Your search returned 302 results.

Podcast: Dakota Arsenault of Contra Zoom Details Summer 2019’s Best Movies w/ Curtis Sindrey

By: Staff – In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce that we are the new presenting partner for Toronto-based film podcast Contra Zoom. Your host, Dakota Arsenault, goes in depth about everything film; from lists, to reviews, and more! In the inaugural episode, Dakota, along with special guest, Aesthetic Magazine Founder … Continue reading

Photos: The Black Keys @ Scotiabank Arena

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Alt-Rock band The Black Keys, who released their ninth album, Let’s Rock, on June 28th, 2019 via Nonsuch, performed at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (Oct. 9th).

Review: Nick Cave @ Convocation Hall

By: Curtis Sindrey – Last night, Nick Cave treated both long-time and new fans alike to a unique Q&A session and performance at Convocation Hall in Toronto where the near capacity crowd had the opportunity to ask the iconic rock singer just about anything, including his relationship with PJ Harvey, the current state of music, and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Thom Yorke @ Scotiabank Arena

Photos and Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke brought his Anima world tour to Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (Sept. 27th) in what can be best described as a rave meets a rock concert. The album, which Yorke released in June 2019 via XL,  and his performance, encapsulated the essence of his … Continue reading

Photos + Review: MattyFest 2019 – Wu-Tang Clan, Descendents, Gogol Bordello, Danny Brown

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – A packed crowd at Echo Beach enjoyed a day of chef-prepared eats, and great music as Toronto celebrated MattyFest yesterday (Sept. 7th). Featuring a well-curated lineup featuring headliners Wu-Tang Clan, who are currently celebrating their 25th anniversary, punk icons Descendents, rapper Danny Brown, local punk heroes METZ, and … Continue reading

Photos: Riverfest Elora 2019 – City And Colour, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, A Tribe Called Red

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Photos by: Dakota Arsenault – Riverfest Elora 2019 took place at Bissel Park in Elora, ON from Aug. 16-18, and featured performances by  St. Catharines-based folk-rock artist City and Colour, who will release his sixth album, A Pill for Loneliness, on October 4th, 2019 via Still Records, ska band The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, … Continue reading

Photos/Review: Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Brings Horror Movie Legends to Life at Royal Ontario Museum

By: Curtis Sindrey – Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum got a little more spooky recently as Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett introduced his new “It’s Alive!” exhibition. The exhibition, which is set to run until January 5th, 2020, features a vast array of classic horror and sci-fi movie posters and memorabilia that is sure to satisfy any and all … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Blink-182, Simple Plan @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: David Scala – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Toronto was treated to a double dose of 2000s pop-punk on Sunday (July 7) night as Blink-182 celebrated 20 years of their classic 1999 album, Enema Of The State, by playing it in its entirety. It’s a bittersweet experience when band members leave, especially when they helped craft … Continue reading

Photos + Recap: Sled Island 2019 – Julien Baker, Japanese Breakfast, JPEGMAFIA, Hop Along

By: Curtis Sindrey – Visiting Calgary is an experience not like any other. At first glance, it looks like your typical bustling western Canadian city. But with a booming economy and a thriving arts scene, Calgary has cemented itself as a go-to destination. Every June, music fans descend on Calgary for the city’s annual Sled Island Music … Continue reading

Photos/Recap: Toronto’s Power Plant Art Gallery Transformed Into Speakeasy for Power Ball: 21 Club

By: Staff – Last night much was revealed as The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery welcomed a sophisticated mix of Toronto’s most influential notables, taste makers and influencers at Canada’s most avant-garde and vibrant gala, Power Ball: 21 Club. The Power Plant was transformed into an illicit speakeasy, where guests enjoyed a night of revelry … Continue reading

Advertisements
Advertisements