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Watch The Elwins’ New Video for “Take Me All The Way”

By: Staff – Listening to an Elwins record feels like coming home at the end of a long day. The Newmarket four-piece has made a decade-plus long career out of carefully crafting clever and cozy tunes. An Elwins song is just as comfortable in your headphones as you walk as it is being blasted from … Continue reading

Photos: Passion Pit, The Elwins @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Alyssa Balistreri –  Indie pop band Passion Pit, who self-released their fourth album, Tremendous Sea of Love, on March 24th, 2017, which followed up their 2015 album, Kindred, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (May 17th) with Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released their third album, Beauty Community, on October 13th, … Continue reading

Photos: CMW 2019 – Born Ruffians, The Elwins @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Toronto-based indie rock band Born Ruffians, who released their newest album, Uncle, Duke & The Chief, on February 16th, 2018 via Paper Bag, which followed up their 2015 album, RUFF, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (May 11th) with Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released … Continue reading

Photos: USS, The Elwins @ Rebel

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Toronto-based electronica duo USS, who released their new album, New World Alphabet, on January 13th, 2017, which featured the singles “Work Shoes”, and “Who’s With Me”, and which followed up their 2014 album, Advanced Basics, performed at Rebel on October 28th, 2018 with Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released their third album, Beauty Community, on October … Continue reading

Photos: Dashboard Confessional, The Elwins, Cara Bateman @ Commodore Ballroom

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – Emo/Indie Rock band Dashboard Confessional, who released their newest album, Crooked Shadows, on February 9th, 2018 via Fueled By Ramen/Dine Alone, which featured the singles “We Fight” and “Belong (Featuring: Cash Cash), performed at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver last night (Feb. 21st) with Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released … Continue reading

Photos: The Elwins, Fast Romantics, Grand Analog @ The Great Hall

Photos by: Justin Roth – Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released their second album, Play For Keeps, on February 24th, 2015, which followed up their 2012 debut album, And I Thank You, performed at the Great Hall in Toronto last night with Calgary-based indie rock/pop band Fast Romantics, who released their second album, Afterlife Blues, on October … Continue reading

Arkells, The Elwins, Sam Roberts, Born Ruffians pay tribute to By Divine Right with new covers album

By: Staff – Arkells, The Elwins, Sam Roberts, Jim Guthrie, Shotgun Jimmie, Born Ruffians, and more are among the artists paying tribute to By Divine Right’s 25-year legacy on a new compilation called I Want Light. Indie88 premiered the Arkells cover of “Stella Ocean Heart” today. Listen to the track HERE. “The first BDR song I heard was ‘Powersuit’ from Good Morning Beautiful. Musically it was on par with Revolver … Continue reading

Photos: The Elwins @ The Great Hall

Photos by: Justin Roth – Toronto-based surf rock quartet The Elwins, who released their second album, Play For Keeps, on February 24th, 2014, which followed up their debut album, And I Thank You, performed at The Great Hall in Toronto last night.    

Photos: Wolfe Island Music Festival 2015 – Constantines, Operators, The Elwins, Lowell

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – Day two of the 2015 Wolfe Island Music Festival featured performances by reunited Guelph-based indie rockers Constantines, who are best known for their four early-to-mid 2000s albums including, 2001’s self-titled album, 2003’s Shine a Light, 2005’s Tournament of Hearts, and 2008’s Kensington Heights, electronic rock band Operators, which features Wolf Parade/Handsome … Continue reading

Album Review: The Elwins – “Play For Keeps”

By: Olivia Goheen –       Listening to The Elwins encapsulate the 60’s-inspired pop-rock spirit on their new album Play For Keeps will surely put a jig in your step. The group has been noted for sounding similar to The Beach Boys with a jaunty, summery sound. Last year, their debut album And I Thank … Continue reading