Category: Music

Flashback Friday Live Music Edition – The Low Anthem at The Great Hall

  After releasing their latest album, The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea, The Low Anthem returned to Toronto with an intimate show at The Great Hall. Their ambient, entrancing sound set the stage to tell the story…

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Michael P. Cullen’s new single and video, Do You Believe

  Your humble Addicted music editor has written about Michael P Cullen previously. He’s an artist with a unique voice, both literally and poetically. This Australian singer/songwriter with a self-described voice like ‘sandpaper dipped in honey’ has released his latest…

New Artist Alert – Jasmine Karimova

  Singer/songwriter, Jasmine Karimova is in the midst of a successful career across the pond. Based in Holland, this 18 year-old of Tajik and British parentage has appeared on the Dutch version of The Voice and was featured in Russian Vogue….

Arkells & City and Colour #LightUpthe6ix at YDS

While Mother Nature is laughing at Toronto’s early Spring outdoor plans, the show had to go on on last Thursday night as Bell Media celebrated Toronto at Yonge Dundas Square. Dubbed ‘#LightUpthe6ix’, the show featured Arkells and City and Colour….

Video Premiere – Solhounds “Body Bandit”

Happy Friday Addicts!  I’m celebrating the end of the week with a stellar music video premiere from Canadian grunge rockers Solhounds. Hailing from Winnipeg, Solhounds have been making music together for the past two years.  They’re gearing up to release…

Live Music Tuesday – Charlotte Cardin at The Great Hall

Montreal songstress, Charlotte Cardin packed The Great Hall on March 23 and 24 for two incredible performances. Soulful singer Ralph opened the evening with a bouncy set coloured with 80s reminiscent beats and laid-back, yet punchy vocals. Numbers like Tease, from the…

Live Music Monday – Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good

Since disbanding the Matthew Good Band is 2002, Good himself has been flying solo with a cast of rotating musicians ever since. His show at Toronto’s Rebel on March 16 did not disappoint. Along with Good, Canadian alternative rock pioneers, Our Lady Peace,…