Photos by: Morgan Harris – Chicago-based pop-punk band Knuckle Puck, who released their newest album, Shapeshifter, on October 13th, 2017 via Rise, performed at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto last night (Feb. 24th).
Photos by: Justin Roth – Pop-Punk singer-songwriter William Ryan Key, who is best known as the former frontman of pop-punk band Yellowcard, and who released a pair of solo EPs in 2018 titled Thirteen, and Virtue, performed at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto last night (March 5th).
By: Staff – Sneaky Dee’s has announced a brand new dish in collaboration with Toronto’s most electrifying dance-punk duo, Death From Above 1979, in the form of The Death From Above 1979 Nachos. The Death From Above 1979 Nachos feature Sneaky Dee’s famous tortilla chips covered in cheese, layered with pulled pork, sliced habaneros, jalapeños, black beans, … Continue reading
Photos by: Amy Buck – For night one of Wavelength Music Festival 15, concertgoers at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto were treated to a mostly all-cover performances by some of Toronto’s best bands including a newly reunited Toronto-based mid-’00s dance-punk band Controller Controller, Canadian punk pioneer, and former member of The Young Canadians, Art Bergmann, Toronto-based electronic pop band … Continue reading
By: Patrick Topping (@ptopp_ing) – Last night, the Toronto-based marketing and promotions boutique Audio Blood Media hosted their fifth anniversary party at Sneaky Dee’s. The Audio Blood team celebrated another growth-spurt year and welcomed indie music industry friends and guests, beaming about their newly established Toronto office, chirping anticipation for the Balconies’s new LP and the upcoming Canadian Music … Continue reading
Venue: Sneaky Dee’s Date: October 17th @ 8pm You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine Toronto on Twitter and tweet the following message: (19+) Win 2 Tickets to @puptheband @thesneakydees + vinyl copy of their new album. Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT! http://bit.ly/18N7BGa Like our “Pup” post on Facebook and send us a message with your e-mail address included. Send an email to email@example.com with “Pup” in … Continue reading
Photos by: Josh Moody – After spending eight years apart, Chicago-based pop-punk trio Spitalfield celebrated the 10th anniversary of their 2003 album, Remember Right Now, when they performed at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto on Tuesday night.
Words by: Curtis Sindrey and Lisa Gillan | Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – It’s been a long time coming, but Canadian pop-punk darlings Gob returned to Toronto last night at Sneaky Dee’s in downtown Toronto to perform there for the first time in six years. Local band Bathurst (aptly named after the street Sneaky … Continue reading