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Photos: Coeur de Pirate @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Sarah McNeil – Montreal-based indie pop singer-songwriter Coeur de Pirate, who released her fourth album, En cas de tempête, ce jardin sera fermé, on June 1st, 2018, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Sept. 20th).  Advertisements

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Chersea’s New Single “I Can’t Be You”

By: Staff – Chersea is back with her new single “I Can’t Be You”, which you can stream exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. Surrounded by a myriad of instruments, Chersea uses her loop-stations to create ethereal walls of frequencies; all driven by her powerful voice and poetic lyrics, she’s able to conjure a sound like no other. Chersea … Continue reading

Photos: Ziggy Marley @ The Opera House

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Jamaican reggae artist Ziggy Marley, who released his newest album, Rebellion Rises, on May 18th, 2018 via Tuff Gong Worldwide, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Sept. 20th).

Exclusive Premiere: Stream M.I.K.E. Push & Rama Duke’s New Single “Frozen”

By: Staff – M.I.K.E. Push and Rama Duke have released their newest collaborative single “Frozen”, which you can stream exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. With the ethereal, yet powerful vocals of Rama Duke and the trance-inducing production delivered by M.I.K.E. Push, “Frozen” is sure to be heard within the club halls worldwide. Even though track begs … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Colour Picture Book’s New Two Song 7″ ‘Amsterdam’

By: Staff – Colour Picture Book is back with a new two song seven inch titled “Amsterdam”, which can be streamed exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. Recorded at Revolution Recordings, the band set out to create an authentic 1970’s sound using all vintage gear and recording straight off the floor.   This record, right down to … Continue reading

Photos: Frank Turner, Sam Coffey And The Iron Lungs @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Sarah McNeil – UK folk-punk singer-songwriter Frank Turner, who released his seventh album, Be More Kind, on May 4th, 2018 via Xtra Mile, which featured the singles “1933”, “Be More Kind”, “Blackout”, “Make America Great Again”, and “Little Changes”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Sept. 19th) with Toronto-based garage rock band Sam Coffey and The Iron … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Hozier, Hudson Taylor @ Rebel

Photos by: Brandon Newfield – Review by: Adam Harrison – Toronto fans were taken to church last night (Sept. 19th) at a packed Rebel Nightclub as they enjoyed the soothing soul of Irish singer/songwriter Hozier. Supported by more than half a dozen backing musicians, the Irishman opened his 80-minute set with his latest single “Nina Cried Power” from … Continue reading

Photos: Tom Odell, Jane’s Party @ Rivoli

Photos by: Morgan Hotston –  UK indie pop singer-songwriter Tom Odell, who will release his third album, Jubilee Road, on October 26th, 2018 via Columbia, which will feature the single “If You Wanna Love Somebody”, performed at the Rivoli in Toronto last night (Sept. 19th) with Toronto-based indie rock band Jane’s Party, who released their newest album, Tunnel reVisions, in 2017, … Continue reading

Photos: Graham Coxon, Eamon McGrath @ Mod Club

Photos by: Kirsten Sonntag – Indie Rock singer-songwriter Graham Coxon, who is best known as a founder member of Blur, and who released his newest solo album, A+E, on April 2nd, 2012, which featured the singles “What’ll It Take”, “Ooh, Yeh Yeh” / “Seven Naked Valleys”, and “Advice”, performed at the Mod Club in Toronto last night (Sept. … Continue reading

Album Review: St. Lucia – “Hyperion”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       Ranging from electronic-pop to gospel choir, St. Lucia’s latest work delivers a clear message: they aren’t in the business of staying static. While cheerful synth rhythms and charismatic sunshine melodies are non-negotiable and permanent fixtures in the quintet’s signature sound, St. Lucia’s new record flourishes with a conscious favoring of … Continue reading

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