//
archives

Toronto

This tag is associated with 3328 posts

The Darcys Announce New Album “Fear & Loneliness”

By: Staff – The Darcys have announced their new album, Fear & Loneliness, will arrive November 13 via The Darcys Inc./Warner Music. The Los Angeles-via-Toronto duo also released the record’s second single, “Off The Deep”, which you can stream below.  Discussing the single, Jason Couse from the group stated, “‘Off the Deep’ is about embracing the unknown … Continue reading

Photos: The Sheepdogs, Terra Lightfoot @ OLG Play Stage

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Alt-Rock band The Sheepdogs, who released their sixth album, Changing Colours, on February 2nd, 2018 via Warner Music Canada, performed at the OLG Play Stage in Toronto last night (Sept. 17th) with soulful rocker Terra Lightfoot, who will release her new album, Consider the Speed, on October 16th via Sonic Unyon, which will … Continue reading

Photos: Big Wreck, Stuck On Planet Earth @ OLG Play Stage

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Hard Rock band Big Wreck, who released their newest album, But For the Sun, on August 30, 2019, which featured the singles “Locomotive”, “Too Far Gone”, “One More Chance”, and “Alibi”, performed at the OLG Play Stage in Toronto last night (September 16th) with Toronto-based alt-rock band Stuck On Planet Earth, who … Continue reading

Photos: Walk Off The Earth, Harm and Ease @ OLG Play Stage

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Canadian indie rock band Walk Off The Earth, who released their newest album, Here We Go!, on October 25th, 2019 via Golden Carrot, which received Group of the Year, and Pop Album of the Year nominations at the 2020 Juno Awards, and which followed up their EP, Subscribe to the Holidays, which … Continue reading

Stream Monowhales’ New Single “All or Nothing”

By: Staff – Pop-infused indie rock band Monowhales have released a brand new single titled “All or Nothing”. Produced by JUNO Award nominated Producer Ryan Worsley (Dear Rouge, Brave Shores) and mixed by JUNO Award winning Mix Engineer Jason Dufour (July Talk, Tokyo Police Club), the track is a thundering anthem about taking risks and believing … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Rainer + Grimm’s New Curated “2020 Influences” Spotify Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate Rainer + Grimm’s new track “Home”, the Toronto-based dance music duo curated a brand new curated Spotify playlist highlighting their influences for 2020. Rainer + Grimm are Toronto’s contemporary dance music response to the alternative R&B sound the city is infamous for. With industry credits for the likes of Drake, … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Christee Palace’s New Single “Falling For You”

By: Staff – Emerging Toronto-based pop artist Christee Palace is back with her new single “Falling For You”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Falling For You” is a bold, sassy song about feeling the rush of falling in love too fast and not holding back on a chance at new love. Palace had a … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Nix’s New Single “Fools”

By: Staff – Emerging Toronto-based Pop-R&B artist Nix is back with her new single “Fools”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. With a musical upbringing, Nix started singing in jazz ensembles, studying violin, and developing a love for writing at a young age. When she was 14, she became a published writer … Continue reading

The Darcys Return With New Single “Look Me in the Eyes”

By: Staff – Los Angeles-via-Toronto duo, The Darcys, share their brand new single “Look Me In The Eyes,” a first taste from their upcoming fifth album, due in Fall 2020 via The Darcys Inc. Records/Warner Music. Jason Couse and Wes Marskell plan to take listeners on a journey, beginning with this stunning visual trip, created by director … Continue reading

Preview: 10 Must-See Movies at TIFF 2020

By: Dakota Arsenault – The Toronto International Film Festival is going to look different this year. Normally the film world descends en masse to Toronto for a week and a half, making it the premiere destination to have your movie seen. The festival has crowned five movies with the People’s Choice Award (the highest honour … Continue reading