Category: Music

keshi Live at The Danforth Music Hall

keshi performed at the Danforth Music Hall on May 28, 2022, for the 12th stop of the North American leg of his HELL/HEAVEN tour. The Houston native took fans through his five-year musical journey with a carefully curated setlist that…

Aurora performing live in Toronto

AURORA Lights Up History in Toronto

AURORA brought her ethereal pop performance to History in Toronto as part of the Gods We Can Touch Tour on May 29, 2022. Released in January 2022, the LP is an otherworldly, expressive album that draws you in to mystical…

Press photo for Mauvey. Mauvey is sitting in front of a purple backdrop with purple face paint on his face.

Mauvey Releases Empowering New Single ‘The King’

Following the release of his 2021 mixtape, The Florist, Mauvey continues his message of distributing love with The King, an inspiring and uplifting track championing equality and respect for each other. “Throughout history ‘Kings’ (men) have been the most important people, the…

Sacred Rose Festival Lineup Hits All The Notes

While firming up summer plans, many of us are factoring in which music festivals we want to hit. An out-of-town festival combines two of my favourite things – travel and music. One resource I check out every year is here….

Tori Amos Lights Up Meridian Hall

Nineties indie star continues to define herself and her music. Tori Amos rose to indie stardom through the one-two punch of albums, Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink released in 1992 and 1994 respectively. Her blend of piano-driven, groove-laced jazz-pop-fusion,…


Canadian producer/DJ Kaytranada performed at HISTORY on May 21, 2022, for his first of two back-to-back sold-out shows in Toronto. He was supported by rapper Lou Phelps and singer Rochelle Jordan. With two Grammy wins under his belt, Kaytranada has…

Playful Post-Punk from UK’s Dry Cleaning Captivates Toronto Fans

South London quartet Dry Cleaning deserve the hype. Their breakthrough record, 2021’s New Long Leg, presents a tightly-wound anomaly, surreal and thrilling in its 42 minutes of post-punk. The exact kind of music that wouldn’t necessarily translate well to stage….