Author Archives: Aron Harris

About Aron Harris

Aron Harris is Addicted's music editor as well as a designer/photographer/writer. Aron can be found on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/arichardphoto/ for photography. As well, @dadrockdad for his dad blog.

The Audiovisual Spectacle of Madeon’s Good Faith Tour

11-year-old Hugo Pierre Leclercq first began composing electronic music under the name Deamon. Five years later, Hugo jumbled his working name and started a remixing career under his current name, Madeon. He went viral with his YouTube release, Pop Culture,…

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New Music Friday – Pre-Pre-Pre Holiday Edition

December is here, ADDICTED Music Dept. denizens. We’re on cruise control till the holidays start and the year ends. Thankfully, here’s some music to guide your sleigh. First up, a late post on Canada’s art-rock darlings, Rheostatics’ amazing new album…

Angel Olsen Haunts Queen Elizabeth Theatre

I can predict the future. But just in this singular regard. Angel Olsen’s latest album, All Mirrors is going to be on most ‘best of 2019’ lists. Angel has been a critics’ favourite since her first release the 2011 EP,…

FKA twigs stuns in Toronto

FKA twigs pulled her MAGDALENE tour into Toronto on Nov. 17. Despite a late start (and cutting the first two songs off her setlist), a stunned audience screamed their appreciation. The Brit singer and dancer ran through songs, primarily from…

New Music Friday-Managing Editor Birthday Edition

There’s no real theme to this week’s NMF post. Just sending love to ADDICTED’s managing editor on her birthday. Nadia Elkharadly, like most amazing things, is salty and sweet. And the salt of the earth at the same time. She’s…

Morgan Kibby in the ADDICTED Music Dept.

Here’s a new episode of the ADDICTED Music Dept. podcast. Today, an in-depth interview with singer and performer, Morgan Kibby. Morgan records and performs as White Sea. She composes music for TV and film. Morgan was a writing and touring member…

New Music Friday – Quebec Halloween Edition

While many Toronto kids slogged in the rain to collect their annual stipend of gratis stranger candy, the brave and smart citizens of Montreal collectively pushed All Hallows Eve a night ahead so their kids don’t come home with pneumonia…