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Photos: Atmosphere @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Lauren Garbutt – Hip-Hop group Atmosphere, who released their newest album, Whenever, on December 12th, 2019, which featured the single “Bde Maka Ska”, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Jan. 17th).

Interview: Featurette Talks “Dream Riot”, New Music Videos, and the Story Behind Their Underdog Anthem

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Back with their sophomore album, Dream Riot (out now via all streaming platforms), Toronto electropop duo Featurette are ready to introduce their most hard-hitting and honest release to date. Coming off impressive accolades such as COCA’s pick for Emerging Artist of the Year and recognition as a Top 10 Finalist for the … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch KYLO’s New Video for “Tell You”

By: Staff – Toronto-based electropop artist KYLO is back with a new video for her track “Tell You”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Tell You” is a mysterious, liberating, euphoric love song. It is about knowing you have to leave someone you’ve been with for a long time, and being scared … Continue reading

Podcast: Dakota Arsenault of Contra Zoom Talks 2020 Oscar Nomination Reactions

By: Staff – In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce that we are the new presenting partner for Toronto-based film podcast Contra Zoom. Your host, Dakota Arsenault, goes in depth about everything film; from lists, to reviews, and more! The 2020 Oscar nominations are now out! Every year Contra Zoom Pod … Continue reading

Recap + Photos: Chotto Matte Sets the Standard for Toronto NYE Parties

By: Curtis Sindrey – On December 31st, Chotto Matte hosted their inaugural Dystropolis new year’s eve party, and subsequently set the standard for Toronto NYE parties going into 2020.  While the Toronto hotspot is a relative newcomer in the city, it quickly established a firm reputation for their delectable Japanese-Peruvian fusion menu and inspired decor. Their NYE … Continue reading

Podcast: Dakota Arsenault of Contra Zoom Ranks the 50 Best Films of the 2010’s (Part 2)

By: Staff – In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce that we are the new presenting partner for Toronto-based film podcast Contra Zoom. Your host, Dakota Arsenault, goes in depth about everything film; from lists, to reviews, and more! This episode of Contra Zoom is ten years in the making! Join … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Angélique’s New “Late Night Thoughts” Spotify Playlist

By: Staff – Born and raised in a small town just east of Toronto, Angélique has always been one to challenge the norm and exceed expectations. Now, in her early 20s, Angélique has embarked on a solo singing career releasing her debut single in 2018, and also releasing her latest single “Heaven&safety” in November 2019. To … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Naya’s New Curated Spotify Playlist

By: Staff – In celebration of Toronto-based artist Naya’s new single “Higher”, the emerging singer-songwriter curated an exclusive new Spotify playlist. Naya personifies the mashup of cultures and styles that make Toronto a hotbed for emerging artists. Born in Japan, the daughter of a Saskatchewan farm girl-turned-model and a Rwandan diplomat’s son-turned-DJ, Naya’s steeped in musical … Continue reading

Photos: Seaway, Like Pacific, Heart Attack Man @ The Opera House

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Canadian pop-punk band Seaway, who released a rarities compilation titled Fresh Produce on April 19th, 2019, which followed up their third album, Vacation, which was released on September 15th, 2017 via Pure Noise, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Dec. 22nd) with Toronto-based pop-punk band Like Pacific, who released their … Continue reading

Photos: The Crystal Method @ Mod Club

Photos by: Myles Herod – EDM artist The Crystal Method, who released his newest album, The Trip Home, on September 28th, 2018 via Tiny e, performed at the Mod Club in Toronto last night (Dec. 20th).