Author Archives: Stephen McGill

Men I Trust at Lee’s Palace

Montreal indie band, Men I Trust played to a sold out crowd at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Oncle Jazz‘ which is due out in the next few weeks. With only one record in…

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Christine and the Queens at the Danforth

Touring in support of the excellent ‘Chris’ Christine & The Queens brought their genre bending and stunning live show to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall. Playing to a sold out audience, the band, a four piece backing band, and singer Héloïse Letissier,…

Gregory Alan Isakov at The Danforth

South African born singer songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov came to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on Nov. 8th, touring in support of his newest record Evening Machines. Playing to a packed crowd, Isakov played through a 16 song set drawing largely…

U.S. Girls at the Horseshoe Tavern

After a summer on the festival circuit, U.S. Girls brought their show in support of this year’s In A Poem Unlimited to a sold out Lee’s Palace in Toronto. Battling feedback all night, singer Meghan Remy led the band through tracks…

Le1f at the AGO’s First Thursday

Brooklyn rapper and icon Le1f (Khalif Diouf) performed at the AGO’s Monthly First Thursday series to a busy crowd of onlookers. It’s always going to be a weird audience at an event that’s not specifically billed about the music, but…

They Might Be Giants live at the Phoenix

American alternative rock band They Might Be Giants made a triumphant return to Toronto after years away at a packed Phoenix Concert Theatre. Touring in support of their newest record I Like Fun the band played a wide ranging Evening With…