Author Archives: Aron Harris

About Aron Harris

Aron Harris is ADDICTED Magazine's music editor as well as a contributor. As a graphic designer, writer and photographer, you can find his work all over ADDICTED. He also geeks out over watches, pizza, bass guitars and the Grateful Dead.

WILCO: 30 YEARS YOUNG AT MASSEY HALL

30 Years Young and Stronger Than Ever   Almost twenty years after their inaugural performance at Massey Hall, Wilco returned with a seasoned vigour that belied the band’s and members’ age and demonstrated their musical journey. Never a band that…

d4vd Brings The Energy, Toronto Feels It

Gamer and content creator turned indie singer/songwriter kicks off his My House Is Not A Home Tour at the Danforth Music Hall. The sold-out tour opener had a line that spread west along the Danforth before turning down Broadview Ave….

THREE NIGHTS OF KHRUANGBIN IN TORONTO

Multi-genre trio brings their slinky grooves to History For a band with a hard-to-pronounce name and songs with almost no lyrics to sing along to, Khruangbin had little problem selling out three straight nights at History in Toronto. These two…

THE TREY ANASTASIO BAND IN TORONTO

Phish frontman brings a sharp crew to get Toronto dancing.   Best known for his work with perennial Vermont jam band, Phish, guitarist and vocalist Trey Anastasio began leading his namesake band back in 1998, which featured drummer Russ Lawton…

ADDICTED MUSIC DEPT. AT THE HOT DOCS FESTIVAL

Luther: Never Too Much The Hot Docs Festival wrapped up on May 5 and featured 168 documentaries from 64 countries with 83 world and international premieres. The topics of these documentaries were sorted under the umbrellas of Culture and Creativity,…

ADDICTED MUSIC DEPT. AT THE HOT DOCS FESTIVAL

Any Other Way: The Jackie Shane Story The Hot Docs Festival is taking place in Toronto from April 25 to May 5 and features 168 documentaries from 64 countries with 83 world and international premieres. The topics of these documentaries…

Royals Tour: Queens of the Stone Age Cross Canada

While Canada is rarely excluded from the big tours, only Toronto, Vancouver and/or Montreal tend to get a stop. Being a hop from a variety of large eastern cities, Toronto seems to benefit the most. But smaller cities in the…