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Photos: Philip Selway, Adem Ilhan @ The Mod Club

Photos by: Theo Rallis – Radiohead drummer Philip Selway, who released his second solo album, Weatherhouse, on October 6th, 2014 via Bella Union, which featured the singles “It Will End In Tears”, and “Coming Up For Air”, performed at The Mod Club in Toronto last night with UK indie folk singer-songwriter Adem Ilhan, who released his newest album, … Continue reading

Contest: (19+) Win 2 Tickets to Philip Selway (of Radiohead) in Toronto!

  We’re giving away 2 tickets to see Radiohead drummer Philip Selway in Toronto! Date: August 4th – 8pm Venue: The Mod Club  You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: (19+) Win 2 tix to @philipselway (of @radiohead) in #Toronto! | Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + … Continue reading

Ranked: The 16 Best Coachella Line-Ups of All-Time

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) –   We’re officially at peak music festival in 2015. They’re everywhere, including one that’s being unashamedly promoted by Chipotle. But before the bloat, there was one pioneer: Coachella. Make no mistake: The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival is the alpha in a sea of omegas. And why? Coachella is one of the few places left for musicians to … Continue reading

Interview: The Resurrection of Die Mannequin

By: Olivia Goheen –  Take a moment and think of the reasons why it’s hard for people to accept change. The future is unknown and is terrifying for some. However, uncertainty is used as a tool to help rise above and stand out. Toronto punk band Die Mannequin’s new album Neon Zero (out October 28) resurrected the band, and they took … Continue reading

Joy and Tragedy fuelled Flaming Lips Show at NXNE

By: Colin Rabyniuk – A Flaming Lips performance is a near-transcendent experience. Between the endless good vibes and kaleidoscope light show, the audience couldn’t help but leave in a better state than when they arrived. Last night at Dundas Square was no exception. The band started with a barrage of rocketing confetti and enormous balloons … Continue reading