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Concert Review: Metallica @ The Opera House

By: Curtis Sindrey – “Are you alive, Toronto? How does it feel to be alive?!”, screamed Metallica frontman James Hetfield at last night’s charity show at the Opera House in Toronto put on by the Grammy Award-winning quartet. On the heels of the release of their tenth studio album, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct, which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, their … 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

Concert Review: Blink-182, A Day To Remember, All Time Low, DJ Spider @ Molson Amphitheatre

By: Curtis Sindrey – Pop-punk kings Blink-182 returned to the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto last night on the heels of their new studio album, California, their first LP without founding member Tom Delonge. If you were expecting juvenile back-and-forth banter between vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus and new member, vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba, similar to the trio’s 2000 live album, … Continue reading

Photos/Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds @ Echo Beach

By: Adam Harrison (@AdamRHarrison) – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds landed at Toronto’s Echo Beach on July 10th in support of their second album, Chasing Yesterday. It seems as though the band have been chasing yesterday for well over a year now, with this being their second visit to Toronto since their two dates at the Sony … Continue reading

Recap: Firefly 2016 brought Mumford and Sons, Blink-182, & Deadmau5 to Dover

By: Alyssa Balistreri, & Shahnoor Ijaz –  Firefly was a whirlwind of shattered expectations. After attending several Canadian music festivals, this one completely changed the way I view them. The lineup was incredible. Artists like Death Cab for Cutie, Ludacris, and Blink 182 brought back memories and nostalgia, having the crowd sing their throwbacks at the top of … Continue reading

Concert Review: Lucinda Williams, Buick 6 @ The Opera House

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – If you had to describe Lucinda Williams’ sound or songwriting style, the term “road worn” comes to mind. But judging from night one of her two-night stint at the Opera House last night, her voice and passion for her craft are anything but. At 63-years-old, Williams is essentially peerless. Her music is … Continue reading

Concert Review/Photos: Madchild @ Babylon nightclub

By: Lucy Sky – Madchild’s show at Babylon nightclub in downtown Ottawa on January 21st was a night filled with dirty beats, and the grimiest of rhymes. From start to finish, this wasn’t something any hip-hop fan in the area would want to miss. People came from as far as Peterborough to see the show, and … 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

Photos/Review: Madonna @ SAP Center

By: Azucena Rasilla –  There are iconic stars in the world of music, and one of those stars is without a doubt, Madonna, the undisputed queen of pop. Madonna is currently promoting her thirteenth album Rebel Heart (out March 6th via Interscope), and she brought her majestic production to the SAP Center in San Jose, California on … Continue reading

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