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Concert Review: July Talk @ The Danforth Music Hall

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – July Talk returned to Toronto last night for an explosive performance on the heels of their new album, Touch (out Sept. 9th via Sleepless/Island/Universal). The crowd packed into the Danforth Music Hall as some rocked bunny ears and others wore unicorn costumes. ‘It feels so good to be home,’ guitarist/vocalist Peter Dreimanis said to the … Continue reading

Concert Review/Photos: Phantogram @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Mike Fowler | Review by: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – As the sound of the synth swelled, a roaring crowd welcomed trip-hop duo Phantogram to the stage. A distorted 808 and live drums thundered through the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night as Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel took the stage. With a translucent sheet that … Continue reading

Concert Review: Tom Odell @ The Mod Club

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – A grand piano sat centre stage as the air thickened in anticipation. UK indie pop singer-songwriter Tom Odell appeared promptly on stage in Toronto’s Mod Club last night and seated himself at the piano bench. “Still Getting Used to Being on My Own”, swelled throughout the venue above the audience’s cheers, as … Continue reading

Concert Review: Post Malone @ Rebel Nightclub

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – Orange Season artist, Larry June gave a shout over the crowd as “Pop Style” thundered through Rebel Nightclub, the venue formerly known as Sound Academy. An opening party christened the new-ish Toronto hotspot just days earlier. Attendees bumped and rubbed together as June danced around the stage backed by hip-hop favourites SchoolBoy Q’s “That … Continue reading

Photos/Recap: 2016 Polaris Music Prize Gala – Kaytranada, Carly Rae Jepsen, White Lung

By: Jaime Espinoza, & Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) –  It seemed Montreal producer Kaytranada had not prepared a speech. The Haitian-Canadian winner of the 2016 Polaris Music Prize jumped between speaking in French and English when he briefly addressed and thanked the audience. The 24-year old’s win for his studio album, 99.9% was announced by folk singer and 2015 … Continue reading

10 Must-See Bands at Canadian Music Week 2016

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) & Kristen Fisher – The 2016 Canadian Music Week will be six days of musical-madness. From May 2-8, award shows and presentations, and back-to-back performances will pack venues sprawled across downtown Toronto with excited fans. Keep reading for our top 5 artists to see at CMW this year. For the full lineup, schedule and … Continue reading

Review: Grandtheft premieres new virtual reality video for “Summer in the Winter” in Toronto

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – Last week it turned out that virtual reality wasn’t just for video games, as Toronto DJ Grandtheft premiered the music video for his track, “Summer in the Winter” at a swanky downtown Toronto venue. Music industry guests filed into the top floor of the venue in anticipation of the unique VR release. … Continue reading

Concert Review: The Tenors @ Air Canada Centre

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – The Tenors showed off their vocal prowess, and their fourth album, Under One Sky, during their return to Toronto’s Air Canada Centre last night. The night was full of dedications. From songs to their mothers (Joe Cocker’s “You are So Beautiful”), fathers (“My Father’s Son”), wives and kids…all the way down to … Continue reading

Gift Guide: 8 Holiday Gift Ideas for Music Fans

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – What do you get the music fan that has everything? They have an impressive iTunes library, they go to all the concerts, and they know all the new music. But instead of giving up and going for a generic iTunes gift card, we came up with some other ideas that will satisfy … Continue reading

Interview: Kardinal Offishall talks “Kardi Gras”, Canadian Music, and Multiculturalism

By: Elaisha Green (@elaishajade) – Platinum selling artist Kardinal Offishall loves music. He doesn’t do it for the girls, money, and fame. He creates because music drives him, and with his new album, Kardi Gras Vol. 1: The Clash, it captures a fun and uplifting spirit, while also speaking truth on pressing issues like race. “Music is the passion for everything and … Continue reading