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Austra Announces “I Feel You Everywhere” Livestream From Roy Thomson Hall

By: Staff – Producer, songwriter, and creative force Austra celebrates the one-year anniversary of the release of her 2020 album HiRUDiN with a livestream from the Roy Thomson Hall stage for a special solo concert on Thursday, April 29 at 3pm ET. Tickets are ‘pay what you feel’ with a minimum purchase of $5 USD … Continue reading

Photos: Austra, Devon Welsh, Ela Minus @ Velvet Underground

Photos by: Jaime Espinoza – Toronto-based synthpop band Austra, who released their third album, Future Politics, on January 20th, 2017 via Domino, which featured the singles “Utopia”, “Future Politics”, and “I Love You More than You Love Yourself”, performed at the Velvet Underground in Toronto last night (Dec. 14th) with indie rock singer-songwriter Devon Welsh, who is best known … Continue reading

Photos: Austra, Lido Pimienta @ The Mod Club

Photos by: Angelo Marchini (@AngelMarchini) – Toronto-based synthpop band Austra, who released their newest album, Future Politics, on January 20th, 2016 via Pink Fizz Records, which featured the single “Utopia”, and which followed up their 2013 album, Olympia, which spawned the singles “Home”, and “Painful Like”, performed at the Mod Club in Toronto last night with Toronto-based dark pop artist Lido Pimienta. … Continue reading

Concert Review: Arboretum Festival 2015 – Austra, Weights and Measures, Saxsyndrum

By: Laura Beaulne-Stuebing – It seemed fitting that for the first performance during Arboretum Festival’s last day, when attendees were beginning to slowly filter into the small, industrial festival grounds between two abandoned warehouses on a tiny island in Ottawa, one audience member moved in front of the group performing and started to breakdance. It seemed fitting … Continue reading

Photos: Panamania 2015 – A Tribe Called Red, Austra

Photos by: Justin Roth – Juno-winning, Polaris Music Prize-nominated electronic group A Tribe Called Red, who released their new EP, Suplex, on May 19th, 2015, performed at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on August 12th as part of the Panamania 2015 concert series celebrating the 2015 Pan Am Games, along with Toronto-based synthpop band Austra, who released their … Continue reading

Photos: Austra, Chinese Opera, Blue Hawaii, Petra Glynt @ The Opera House

Photos by: Dawn Hamilton – Toronto-based synthpop band Austra, who released their second album, Olympia, on June 17th, 2013 via Paper Bag, which spawned the singles “Home”, and “Painful Like”, performed at The Opera House in Toronto last night with Chinese Opera, Montreal-based electronic duo Blue Hawaii, who released a new mixtape called AGOR this month, … Continue reading

Photos: Austra, Rituals, Weaves @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Dianna Lee – Toronto-based synth-pop band Austra, who released their second studio album, Olympia, in June via Paper Bag Records, performed at The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night with Toronto-based psychedelic-shoegaze-pop-punk band Rituals, who released their second EP, Mesmerized, in April via Mike Haliechuk (Fucked up) and Carey Kurtins’ (Belham Music Management/Dine … Continue reading

Contest: (19+) Win 2 Tickets to Austra in Toronto!

  Venue: The Phoenix Concert Theatre Date: September 27th @ 9:00pm You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine Toronto on Twitter and tweet the following message: #Contest: (19+) Win 2 Tickets to @austratalks in #Toronto c/o @EmbracePresents. Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT! http://bit.ly/1aObJKm Like our “Austra” post on Facebook and send us a message with your e-mail address included. Send an email to aestheticmag@gmail.com with “Austra” in the subject line. … Continue reading

Extreme heat and rain bookend HARD Toronto

By: Curtis Sindrey and Colin Rabyniuk – With the 30+ degree heat gone with the afternoon sun, the stagelights went down and Toronto fans couldn’t wait to catch a glimpse of the French electronic duo, and Hard Toronto 2012 headliners Justice. Coming off a performance at last night’s Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal, Justice didn’t … Continue reading