Wavelength Music Festival 13

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Photos: Wavelength THIRTEEN Night 4: Cookie Duster, Legato Vipers, Henri Fabergé & the Adorables, The Magic, Dusted

Words by: Curtis Sindrey | Photos by: Stephen McGill – The fourth and final installment of Wavelength 13 last night featured mysterious new electro-drone group Cell Memory & Castle If, who also performed at Fucked Up’s “Long Winter” music series back in November, Guelph/Toronto surf rockers Legato Vipers, who were accompanied by Toronto vaudeville and burlesque troupe The Harlettes, who … Continue reading

Photos: Wavelength THIRTEEN, Night Two: Thighs, Blonde Elvis, Blue Hawaii, Cadence Weapon, Doldrums

Words by: Curtis Sindrey | Photos by: Stephen McGill – The second night of Wavelength Festival THIRTEEN went down at The Great Hall last night and featured Toronto-based danceable spazz-punk band Thighs, which includes members of Odonis Odonis and Pants & Tie, Young Mother’s Jesse Laderoute’s glam rock side-project Blonde Elvis, Montreal/Vancouver-based pastoral electro-pop duo Blue Hawaii, featuring BRAIDS vocalist Raphaelle Standell-Preston, 2012 … Continue reading

Photos: Wavelength THIRTEEN, Night One: Fresh Snow, This Mess, Lullabye Arkestra, Ell V Gore

Words by: Curtis Sindrey | Photos by: Stephen McGill – The inaugural event of Wavelength Music Festival THIRTEEN began at Parts & Labour last night with Toronto-based punk rock trio This Mess, who released their debut album this week, followed by psych-instrumental act Fresh Snow, who is one of Wavelength’s new projects is the Artist Incubator series, Lullabye Arkestra, who’s performance was … Continue reading

Wavelength Music Festival THIRTEEN Preview

Instead of curling up on the couch with your lover, make your way out to Parts & Labour (1566 Queen St. W.) tonight to celebrate the beginning of Wavelength Music Festival THIRTEEN. This year’s line-up is one of the festival’s best including Doldrums, Do Make Say Think, Cookie Duster, and 2012 Polaris Music Prize short-list … Continue reading

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