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Interview: 7 Music Photographers and How They’re Coping During COVID-19

By: Curtis Sindrey – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the world, the music photography community, along with the music industry as a whole, has been heavily impacted as music venues close and tours are postponed. With an end not quite in sight, photographers are forced to adapt to this “new normal” as they struggle to … 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

Year in Review: The Best Concert Photos of 2014

For the third year in a row, we are proud to share our year-end list for the best concert photos of 2014. From Tanya Tagaq’s raw energy, to The National’s signature brooding stage presence, to Vag Halen’s Vanessa Dunn being topless on stage at The Horseshoe Tavern, these are the photos that amazed us, shocked us, and … Continue reading

Interview: Analogue Gallery’s Lucia Graca on Getting “The Shot”

By: Olivia Goheen –  We interviewed Analogue Gallery owner Lucia Graca about the evolution of the gallery, her memories of being in the pit capturing artists like Arcade Fire, Cage The Elephant, and The Flaming Lips, and more! Toronto’s Analogue Gallery (673 Queen St. W.) displays six decades of Rock ‘n’ roll’s most iconic photos. How has the gallery evolved … Continue reading

Fleetwood Mac’s Mick Fleetwood Debuts New Photography Exhibit in Toronto

By: Daniel Melfi – Yesterday, Fleetwood Mac co-founder and drummer, Mick Fleetwood debuted his new collection of photographs entitled, Reflections, at Liss Gallery on Yorkville Avenue in Toronto. Well known as a drummer, photography has attained something inaccessible by music, says Fleetwood. “It has opened a door of creativity in a way,” many of his photos … Continue reading

Interview: The Kills’ Jamie Hince on Photography, New Songs, and Relearning Guitar

By: Jennifer Perkin –    Jamie Hince is known for a couple of things: being one half of lo-fi rock band The Kills, and being the other half of a certain Kate Moss. But what you may not know is that he is also a keen photographer and is about to open his first exhibit … 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

Photos Lindi Ortega, Andrew Austin @ National Arts Centre, Ottawa

Photos by: Scott Penner (@ScottPenner) – Toronto-born and now Tennessee-based folk-rock singer-songwriter Lindi Ortega, who released her third album, Tin Star, on October 8th via Last Gang Records, performed at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa last night with Toronto-by-way-of-Sarnia singer-songwriter Andrew Austin, who is best known for his song in the Alexander Keith’s “Toast This Life” … Continue reading

Photos: Mac DeMarco, Elsa @ The Hoxton

Photos by: Dianna Lee – Montreal-based indie rocker Mac DeMarco, who released his debut album, 2, last October via Captured Tracks, which was a longlisted nominee for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize, performed at The Hoxton in Toronto last night with Toronto-based shoegaze/indie-pop quartet Elsa, who released their new EP, I Do, last month via Mike Haliechuk’s (Fucked Up) … Continue reading

Photos: Young Galaxy, Alvvays @ The Hoxton

Photos by: Dianna Lee – Vancouver-based synthpop quintet and 2013 Polaris Prize shortlisters Young Galaxy, who released their fourth album, Ultrasubmarine, on April 23 via Paper Bag Records, performed at The Hoxton in Toronto last night with Toronto-based power pop band Alvvays, which features The Rankin Family’s Molly Rankin, former Two Hours Traffic vocalist/guitarist Alec O’Hanley and … Continue reading