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Photos + Review: Ghost @ Sony Centre

Photos by: Jaime Espinoza – Review by: Adam Harrison – Swedish heavy metal band, Ghost, brought their cathedral of sins to Toronto’s Sony Centre last night, in what they are calling the “A Pale Tour Named Death” in promotion of their fourth and most successful album to date, Prequelle. The anonymous gimmick act has stirred up much controversy … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Fozzy @ The Rockpile

By: Adam Harrison – Metal heads and pro wrestling fans united to jam out with WWE legend, Chris Jericho, and his band, Fozzy, at The Rockpile, just outside Toronto last night (Nov 28th). The date was part of their extended Judas Rising Tour, celebrating their most successful album to date, Judas. The quaint Etobicoke venue echoed with … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Brian Wilson @ Sony Centre

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – In what was billed as Brian Wilson’s final live performance in Toronto, the legendary leader of The Beach Boys took to the Sony Centre stage last night in a greatest hits-heavy set. Wilson, 76, appeared frail as an assistant walked him to and from a white baby grand … Continue reading

Review: Fleetwood Mac @ Scotiabank Arena

By: Adam Harrison – Rock n’ roll was very much alive and well last night in Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena for one of all-time’s most classic bands, Fleetwood Mac, who now date back fifty years with the release of their self-titled debut album in 1968. It was a rare experience to be apart of the sold out arena … Continue reading

Review: Florence And The Machine @ Scotiabank Arena

By: Adam Harrison – Peace, love, and happiness filled Toronto last night as Florence + The Machine made a stop at the Scotiabank Arena as part of their High as Hope Tour. The classy, British, redheaded angel that is Florence Welch is not only one of the most talented vocalists right now, but also a strong and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Stereophonics @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos & Review by: Adam Harrison – It was a rare siting last night at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall as veteran Brit rockers Stereophonics packed the venue almost exactly five years after their last visit. The Welsh quartet are currently touring for their tenth studio album, Scream Above the Sounds, and celebrating twenty years as a band.  … Continue reading

Review: Huawei makes strong case for “phone of the year” with P20 Pro

By: Curtis Sindrey – Huawei’s P20 is the iPhone X for people who love Android. With a stunning 40MP rear camera with 3x optical zoom, a 24MP front camera, a huge 4,000mAh battery, and much more, Huawei is the phone of the future. Camera Whether you want to take a Instagram-worthy selfie, or a photo at your … Continue reading

Photos + Review: The National, Father John Misty, Jenny Lewis @ Fort York

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – The National performed at Toronto’s Fort York last night in what can best be described as a mini music festival. Joined by opener, Father John Misty, and Jenny Lewis, the Brooklyn-based indie rockers took the crowd on a 20-song journey with songs that pierced through the late-summer air and … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Evanescence, Lindsey Stirling @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Review by: Adam Harrison – Fifteen years ago, Evanescence brought gothic rock into the spotlight. Now the band is back and spicing things up again – all grown up, reinvented, and touring with a 30+ person orchestra as part of their backup band. It’s not the first time a hard rock or heavy metal … Continue reading

Photos + Review: Arcade Fire, Hamilton Leithauser @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Morgan Hotston –  Review by: Curtis Sindrey – Montreal indie rockers Arcade Fire made a welcomed return to Budweiser Stage last night during their ongoing tour in support of their fifth studio album, Everything Now (out now via Sonovox/Columbia). Polarizing upon release, Everything Now is equal parts classic Arcade Fire, and experimental over-indulgence, but that didn’t stop the … Continue reading

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