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.

The Internet at REBEL

Established in 2011 by Odd Future members Syd and Matt Martians, Los Angeles five-piece, The Internet have become premium providers of neo-soul. During their sprawling 90-minute set at Toronto’s Rebel, they brought melody and rhythm in spades. In fact, the…

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Gang of Youths at The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Known as one of the biggest rock acts in Australia, Gang of Youths now have their eyes set on the western pastures of North America. Drawing an impressive crowd at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, lead singer Dave Le’aupepe stepped on…

“Extra” EP by J’Moris

Described as “combin[ing] the best of hip-hop, southern rap, dub & modern trap,” the entire 16 minutes found on Texas rapper J’Moris’ Extra EP exist in a space between the future, the past and his own reality. Residing in the same…

Didirri at Drake Underground

On stage at Toronto’s Drake Underground, Australian singer-songwriter Didirri stood with an acoustic guitar in hand. He bared his musical soul as the crowd looked onward transfixed, murmuring comparisons to the likes of countless before him. In truth, there was…

Kero Kero Bonito at Lee’s Palace

What kind of band names themselves Kero Kero Bonito? Well, gauging from the line-up that stretched nearly a block outside Toronto’s Lee’s Palace, one that has a lot of fans. The diverse attendees, from glammed up females to bearded stoners,…

Addicted chats with Toronto rapper Patrik about his new Spadina EP

Montreal born rapper Patrik seems to have Toronto on his mind with his latest EP, Spadina. It’s a title that doubles nicely, referencing the street that intersects the city’s Queen West and Chinatown neighbourhoods while also paying homage to his youth….