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Concert Review + Photos: Pusha T @ The Danforth Music Hall

By: Tania Peralta (@hearitfromtania) – Everyone must have still been at home watching the Super Bowl because nearly an hour after the line started moving at The Danforth Music Hall, the venue was still less than half empty. With unpredictable outcomes of the game and Pusha T being a football man, many fans turned to Twitter and … Continue reading

Photos: St. Lucia, Sir Sly @ The Hoxton

Photos by: Dianna Lee – South African-born-New York-based pop artist St. Lucia, who released his debut LP, When The Night, on October 4th, 2013 via Neon Gold Records / Columbia Records, and who’s last trip to Toronto in October 2013 was in the form of an opening slot for Irish dance-punks Two Door Cinema Club at The … Continue reading

Photos: Disclosure, Vic Mensa @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Dianna Lee – English electronic duo and brothers, Disclosure, who released their much buzzed about and Grammy Award-nominated debut album, Settle, on June 3rd via PMR Records, which spawned the hit singles “Latch” (feat. Sam Smith) “White Noise” (feat. AlunaGeorge) and more, performed at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with Chicago-based … Continue reading

Photos: Zeds Dead, Hunter Siegel, Memorecks @ Sound Academy

Photos by: Dianna Lee – Toronto-based electro house/dubstep duo Zeds Dead, who released their fourth album, Hot Sauce, on January 29th via Mad Decent, and who lifted their name from Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 film Pulp Fiction, performed at Sound Academy in Toronto last night with Memorecks and Toronto-based DJ Hunter Siegel, who recently wrapped up the Superheroes Anonymous tour with DVBBS, and DallasK. … Continue reading

Photos: Jason Collett’s Basement Revue @ Adelaide Hall

Photos by: Dianna Lee – Acclaimed Toronto-based singer-songwriter Jason Collett wrapped up his seventh annual “Basement Revue” at Adelaide Hall in Toronto last night with guests that included acclaimed Canadian poet Margaret Atwood, who on this night was backed by Toronto-based alt country quartet The Sadies, Montreal-based singer-songwriter Rae Spoon, Canadian columnist Tabatha Southey, feminist art collective Guerrilla Girls, … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Albums of 2013

From Kanye West’s minimalist, experimental new album with Yeezus, Nine Inch Nails’ triumphant comeback album with Hesitation Marks, Disclosure’s dance music domination with Settle, to more local flavours like Shad’s breakthrough album, Flying Colours and Hilotrons’  perfect slice of dance rock with At Least There’s a Commotion, the music world once again proved that while the … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Songs of 2013

From the rise of Lorde with “Royals”, Disclosure and their buzz song “White Noise”, chart-topping heavyweight Kanye West with “Black Skinhead” and “New Slaves”, Coldplay’s new Hunger Games track “Atlas”, local acts like Pup and their ferocious single “Resovoir”, and other homegrown bands like Said The Whale and their emotionally driven song “Helpless Son”, 2013 has been … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concert Photos of 2013

With rapidly changing technologies, there are more music fans than ever before who capture what are always fleeting moments at concerts to post on Instagram. Just look up at any concert to see not the performers on stage but a sea of artificial light. Beyond that, we believe in the power of a great concert photo … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concerts of 2013

Of the hundreds of concerts (both good and bad) that we covered this year, we made some tough choices on what we think were the best live music this year had to offer. From R. Kelly’s smooth lyrical flow at Bonnaroo, Fucked Up’s wild as usual party at NXNE, Bjork’s on-stage eccentricity at both Bonnaroo and … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Wu-Tang Clan, Peter Jackson @ Kool Haus

By: Mehek Seyid (@whatthemehek) – It’s typical of most fans to dream of their ideal concert for any of their favourite artists, a dream that is usually focused on what songs they would perform. There is always that hope that maybe, just maybe, you will get to hear that perfect song that will be a memory to last … Continue reading