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.

Your Daily Feel Good – A Sad Happy Farewell from The Cranberries

  Dolores O’Riordan’s lilting vocals were a standard in 90s alt rock pop. Songs like Zombie, Linger and Dreams were ubiquitous in rock clubs AND malls. A year to the day, plus a day, music lost one of its most distinctive…

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A Walk Thru London (ON) with Basic White

London, Ontario’s Basic White have their 10 song debut album The Second Half coming out on February 22. In advance of this release, here’s the video for the first single, a romp through the Forest City with a dang-diddly hooky…

Top Albums of 2018 – Opinionated Music Editor Edition

It’s not a small amount of dread that comes with compiling a ‘best of’ list at the end of the year. Turning art into a competition is one of my pet peeves, so it’s with reluctance but with an understanding…

Addicted Music Dept’s Picks of 2018

Each year, when we reminisce about the music we listened to and saw live, we remember why music is so important. It creates moments, some just a few seconds or an entire evening or weekend, that become indelible memories. Whether…

Luna Li live at the Danforth

Hannah Bussiere Kim was raised in the Hogwartsesque Toronto music school run by her parents. Armed only with a piano and a violin, Hannah trained in the fundamentals before packing her musical bindle and journeying to Montreal to master her…

Your Daily Feel Good – Culture Club Returns

In the 80s, Culture Club was one of the biggest bands in the world. And Boy George was one of the most talented and divisive artists of the day. His soulful voice both clashed and blended with his androgynous appearance….

Pogo along to Autogramm’s new new-wave classic

Autogramm is a trio from Vancouver who emulate the new wave best (or worst, depending on your feelings) of the 80s – powerpoppin’ in the style of The Cars and Gary Numan with tight drums and bass and lots of…

Your Daily Feel Good – Lucius’ Fug Yep Soundation

    Multi instrumentalist Richard Swift wasn’t exactly a household name. However, any indie music fan unaware of the man was unsuspectingly familiar with his playing. A beloved hired gun and collaborator on many artists’ albums and tours, Swift was…