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Photos: 2019 Ontario Creates JUNO Award Nominees Reception

Photos by: Kirsten Sonntag – Several 2019 Juno Award nominees, including The Trews, Walk Off The Earth, and Tyler Shaw, among others, attended last night’s (March 7th) 2019 Ontario Creates Juno Award nominees reception at The Lounge in Toronto, which celebrated Ontario’s 2019 Juno Award nominees.

Photos: Walk Off The Earth @ Sony Centre

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Canadian indie rock band Walk Off The Earth, who released their newest EP, Subscribe to the Holidays, on November 9th, 2018, performed at the Sony Centre in Toronto last night (Feb. 15th).

Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor of Walk Off The Earth has died

By: Staff – Walk Off The Earth has confirmed that band member Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor passed away from natural causes on Sunday, December 30th. “It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved brother and band member, Mike “Beard Guy” Taylor,” the band said in a statement. “Mike had a love … Continue reading

Photos: CBC Music Festival 2017 @ Echo Beach

Photos by: Nicole De Khors –  The 2017 CBC Music Festival took place at Echo Beach in Toronto on May 27th, which featured performances by Canadian singer-songwriter Serena Ryder, who released her newest album, Utopia, on May 26th, 2017 via Universal, Toronto-based EDM trio Keys N Krates, Juno Award-winning indie rock-ska-folk band Walk Off The Earth, electropop band Austra, … Continue reading

CBC Music Festival Announces 2017 Lineup

By: Staff – The CBC Music Festival today announced its return to Echo Beach in Toronto on Saturday, May 27th. Celebrating its fifth year, the festival will proudly showcase an all-Canadian lineup featuring co-headliners Serena Ryder and Walk Off The Earth. The day promises many more talented acts including Keys N Krates, Ruth B, Scott Helman, Bobby Bazini, Austra, BROS, William Prince, … Continue reading

Photos: Riverfest Elora 2016 – Walk Off The Earth, Dilly Dally, Dear Rouge

Photos by: Orest Dorosh –  Day one of Riverfest Elora 2016 on August 19th featured performances by Juno Award-nominated indie rock-ska-folk band Walk Off The Earth, who released their new album, Sing It All Away, on June 16th, 2015, which follows up their 2013 album, R.E.V.O., Toronto-based alt-rock band Dilly Dally,  Vancouver-based synthpop band Dear Rouge, who released their third album, Back To Gold, on … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 tickets to Riverfest Elora 2016!

We’re giving away two (2) GA tickets to Riverfest Elora 2016 Buy tickets here. Date(s): August 19-21 Featuring: Chromeo, The Sheepdogs, Hey Rosetta!, Walk Off The Earth, Matthew Good, Wintersleep, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Yukon Blonde, Dear Rouge, and more! You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the … Continue reading

Riverfest Elora announces 2016 lineup

By: Staff – Riverfest Elora has announced the lineup for it’s 2016 edition. The outdoor festival, which is set to take place in Elora, ON from August 19-21, is held along the banks of the Grand River, has come a long way since its humble beginnings just eight years ago. Riverfest, which started as a … Continue reading

Photos: 2016 JUNO Awards Red Carpet

Photos by: CARAS – Canada’s biggest music stars, including: Nickelback, Walk Off The Earth, Young Empires, Brett Kissel, Lights, Marianas Trench, Scott Helman, and Death From Above 1979 walked the red carpet prior to the 2016 JUNO Awards at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary last night.

Photos: 2016 JUNO Awards – JUNO Fan Fare @ Chinook Centre

Photos by: CARAS – One of the most popular events of JUNO Week, JUNO Fan Fare, gives Canadian music fans the opportunity to meet their favourite artists. The event, which took place this afternoon at the Chinook Centre in Calgary this afternoon, featured several 2016 JUNO nominees including: Alessia Cara, Autumn Hill, Brett Kissel, Chad Brownlee, Dean Brody, Dear Rouge, Francesco Yates, George Canyon, Marianas … Continue reading