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Concert Review: Why Wolfe Island Music Festival is Ontario’s Best Kept Secret

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – While taking in a late-afternoon set by Lowell, a black dog weaved its way through my legs. The little guy seemed to always know exactly where he was headed and trotted freely among hundreds of music fans, vendors and artists. It was the perfect snapshot and the perfect metaphor for the Wolfe Island Music … Continue reading

Photos: Wolfe Island Music Festival 2015 – Portraits

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – Amid the intimate setting of Wolfe Island, ON, and the Wolfe Island Music Festival, we took some candid backstage portraits of several of the performing artists including Constantines frontman Bry Webb, Operators/Wolf Parade/Handsome Furs/Divine Fits member Dan Boeckner, Toronto-based alt-country-folk-bluegrass trio Elliott Brood, Juno-nominated alt rock-country singer-songwriter Daniel Romano, electropop singer-songwriter … Continue reading

Photos: Wolfe Island Music Festival 2015 – Constantines, Operators, The Elwins, Lowell

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – Day two of the 2015 Wolfe Island Music Festival featured performances by reunited Guelph-based indie rockers Constantines, who are best known for their four early-to-mid 2000s albums including, 2001’s self-titled album, 2003’s Shine a Light, 2005’s Tournament of Hearts, and 2008’s Kensington Heights, electronic rock band Operators, which features Wolf Parade/Handsome … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 GA Tickets to Wolfe Island Music Festival!

  Date: August 7-8 – Wolfe Island Featuring: Constantines, Operators, Hayden, Elliott Brood, Limblifter, Daniel Romano, The Elwins, Moonface, Lowell, Tops, Mo Kenney, Spencer Burton, + more! More info here: http://www.wolfeislandmusicfestival.com/  You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: Win 2 GA Tickets to @WIMusicFestival! … Continue reading

Photos: Constantines, Chad VanGaalen @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Malcolm Cook – Reformed Guelph-based indie rock band Constantines, who released their newest album, Kensington Heights, on April 15th, 2008 via Arts & Crafts, performed at Massey Hall as part of its ongoing Live at Massey Hall concert series on May 27th with Calgary-based indie rock singer-songwriter Chad VanGaalen, who released his fifth album, Shrink Dust, on April … Continue reading

Hillside Festival Announces 2015 Lineup

By: Staff –   The Hillside Music Festival will once again return to Guelph Lake Island in Guelph, ON this summer. This year’s line-up features: Daniel Lanois, Nels Cline Singers, TEEN and Frazey Ford, and Constantines, along with Astral Swans, BADBADNOTGOOD, Braids, By Divine Right, Alex Cuba, Doldrums, Etiquette, Great Lake Swimmers, Mo Kenney, LIDS, the … Continue reading

Photos: Constantines, Cousins @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Angelo Marchini (@El_Pollo_Lokito) – Newly reunited Guelph-based indie rockers Constantines, who are best known for their four early-to-mid 2000s albums including, 2001’s self-titled album, 2003’s Shine a Light, 2005’s Tournament of Hearts, and 2008’s Kensington Heights, performed at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night for the first of two shows with Halifax-based garage rock/pop-grunge trio … Continue reading

Contest: (19+) Win a Constantines Prize Pack!

  We’re giving away a Constantines prize-pack that includes a pair of tickets to both of their Toronto shows at The Danforth Music Hall on October 2nd and October 3rd. You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and RT the following message: Contest: (19+) Win a Constantines Prize … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Coeur de Pirate, Bry Webb @ Massey Hall

By: Mehek Seyid (@whatthemehek) – At the second installment of Live at Massey Hall, a concert series celebrating Canadian talent from across the country, Quebec-based singer-songwriter Beatrice Martin enchanted the audience at the historic hall and performed old favourites and new additions to her catalogue under the artist name, Coeur de Pirate. Martin’s brand of melancholic but upbeat folk-pop … Continue reading