July Talk

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July Talk Announce First New Album in Four Years, “Pray For It”, Share New Single “Pay For It”

By: Staff – July Talk stormed in with the flinty radio-ready rock of their debut, followed by the volatile siren songs of Touch, an album of sawtoothed pop + convulsing tension. For album three, the band cracks their equilibrium open to find a thrilling new balance in asymmetry. With Pray For It, July Talk commits to the possibility of … Continue reading

Photos: Catfish and the Bottlemen, July Talk @ The Anthem

Photos by: Lauren Fuchs – UK indie rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen, who released their third album, The Balance, on April 26th, 2019 via Island/Capitol, which featured the singles “Longshot”, “Fluctuate”, “2all”, and “Conversation”, performed at The Anthem in Washington, DC last night (Sept. 29th) with Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who released their newest album, Touch, on … Continue reading

Photos: Metric, July Talk, Murray Lightburn @ Scotiabank Arena

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Toronto-based electropop band Metric, who released their newest album, Art of Doubt, on September 21st, 2018 via Metric Music International, which featured the singles “Dark Saturday”, “Dressed to Suppress”, “Now or Never Now”, “Love You Back”, and “Risk”, performed at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (Apr. 26th) with Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Poor Nameless Boy’s New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – As Poor Nameless Boy, singer-songwriter Joel Henderson leaves a piece of himself on stage every time he performs. His mellow sound is personal, touching honestly on love, life, and our changing hearts in a busy world. He has been described as lighter versions of Noah Gunderson and Donovan Woods, with the wispy sounds … Continue reading

Photos: Riverfest Elora 2018 – July Talk

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Photos by: Morgan Harris – Day one of Riverfest Elora 2018 featured a performance by acclaimed Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who released their second album, Touch, on September 9th, 2016 via Sleepless Records.

Photos: CBC Music Festival 2018 – July Talk, Yukon Blonde, A Tribe Called Red

Photos by: Jaime Espinoza – The 2018 CBC Music Festival took place at Echo Beach in Toronto last night (May 26th), and featured performances by Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who released their second album, Touch, on September 9th, 2016 via Sleepless Records, JUNO Award-nominated, British Columbia-based indie rock band Yukon Blonde,  Juno Award-winning, Polaris Music Prize-nominated electronic … Continue reading

Photos + Recap: 2018 Prism Prize Gala @ TIFF Lightbox

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Fantavious Fritz was announced as the Grand Prize winner of the 2018 Prism Prize for Charlotte Day Wilson’s music video for “Work.” Both director and artist were on hand to accept the Prism Prize trophy and $15,000 award at the Prism Prize Awards Presentation at TIFF Lightbox in Toronto last night (May … Continue reading

Interview: Behind the Scenes of Toronto’s Sound Image Exhibition

By: Katie Manakis – May 3rd marked the opening of Toronto’s seventh annual Sound Image Exhibition, a celebration of concert photography in Toronto. The event, held at Shed Creative Agency’s downtown HQ, and as part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival, is hosted each year to acknowledge the artistic talent of music photographers in the … Continue reading

NXNE Announces 2018 Club Land Curators

By: Staff – NXNE announces the 2018 Club Land Curators , which is set to return from June 10-16 at participating venues across Toronto’s downtown core. “We’re thrilled to have top Canadian artists share the spotlight with up-and-coming acts that they believe in. We think this is a great refresh for the club hopping wristband that has … Continue reading

Riverfest Elora Announces 2018 Lineup

By: Staff – Riverfest Elora has announced its 2018 lineup. Set to take place from August 17-19 in Elora, ON, Riverfest Elora has come a long way since its humble beginnings just nine years ago. Riverfest, which started as a backyard festival in 2009 with an attendance of around 700 people, has grown exponentially in recent years … Continue reading