Photos by: Morgan Hotston – Los Angeles-based skate punk band FIDLAR, who released their second album, Too, on September 4th, 2015 via Mom + Pop Records/Dine Alone Records, which featured the singles “40oz. On Repeat”, “Drone”, and “Why Generation”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Sept. 12th) with Toronto-based punk band Dilly Dally, who will release … Continue reading
By: Staff – “This feels like the album we’d make if the band died and went to heaven,” says Dilly Dally guitarist/singer Katie Monks about her band’s upcoming sophomore LP, aptly titled Heaven, out September 14th via Dine Alone. In a sense, that’s precisely what happened. Heaven rose from the ashes after the Toronto four-piece almost decided to … Continue reading
Photos by: Justin Roth – Camp Wavelength took place from August 18-20 at various venues around Toronto, and featured performances by Deerhoof, Rich Aucoin, Dilly Dally, DATU, DJ Shub, Duchess Says, Jessy Lanza, and more!
Photos by: Katrina Lat – Los Angeles-based indie rock band Grouplove, who released their third album, Big Mess, on September 9th, 2016 via Atlantic, which followed up their 2013 album, Spreading Rumours, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with Toronto-based alt-rock band Dilly Dally, who released their debut album, Sore, on October 9th via … Continue reading
Photos by: Orest Dorosh – Day one of Riverfest Elora 2016 on August 19th featured performances by Juno Award-nominated indie rock-ska-folk band Walk Off The Earth, who released their new album, Sing It All Away, on June 16th, 2015, which follows up their 2013 album, R.E.V.O., Toronto-based alt-rock band Dilly Dally, Vancouver-based synthpop band Dear Rouge, who released their third album, Back To Gold, on … Continue reading
Photos by: Kevin Tosh – The 2016 Capitol Hill Block Party music festival in Seattle on July 22 featured performances by synthpop band Washed Out, who released their second album, Paracosm, on August 7th, 2013 via Sub Pop, which featured the single “It All Feels Right”, electronic duo Crystal Castles, who will release their fourth album, Amnesty (I), … Continue reading
Photos by: Amy Buck – Vancouver-based indie rock band The New Pornographers, who released their sixth album, Brill Bruisers, on August 26th, 2014 via Last Gang Records/Matador, performed at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto last night as part of NXNE 2015 with Los Angeles-based indie pop duo Best Coast, who released their third album, California Nights, on May 1st, … Continue reading