Author Archives: Myles Herod

About Myles Herod

Traveller, image maker, pop-culture seeker, storyteller, a guy you want around when things go south. Tastes range from Kubrick to Krautrock, Wu-Tang to Wiseau. Currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

Deafheaven and Baroness at the Danforth Music Hall

The double-headlining tour of Baroness and Deafheaven was a metal-marriage for the ages. Following a near-fatal bus crash in 2012, Georgia-natives Baroness made a miraculous rebound. Ascending onwards and upwards ever since they released their critically acclaimed Purple album in…

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Men I Trust at The Roxy Theatre

The first thing you notice about West Hollywood’s legendary The Roxy Theatre is the inky black curtains that surround the stage – deployed to build excitement or signal the night’s end. Gracing the iconic venue on Wednesday, Feb 27, Montreal’s…

Wavelength Winter Festival 2019

Now in it’s 19th year, Toronto’s Wavelength Winter Festival returned with a diverse set of indie acts, taking the stage across three nights (Feb 15 – 17) at The Garrison. Highlighting fresh talent and seasoned vets, both provincial and nationwide, names…

Robert DeLong at Velvet Underground

More than just a multifaceted musician, Robert DeLong is a born hype man. Encompassing every instrument imaginable – keyboards, cymbals, drums, guitars – the stage at Toronto’s Velvet Underground was set for a five-piece band, minimum. However, looks can be…

John Maus at The Opera House

Intense may be the operative word used to describe John Maus live in concert.     Known for his one-man sets, it’s not uncommon to see the Minnesota native emotively pull his hair or scratch his eyes while screaming above…

TIFF’s 1999 Movies at the Millennium

1999 was a great year to be a film lover. Certain titles, to name just a few, from The Matrix, Three Kings, Boys Don’t Cry, The Six Sense, Magnolia, The Iron Giant, Being John Malkovich, The Blair Witch Project, and…