Category: Music

Shania Twain’s Come On Over Remastered From Original Tapes for Historic Multi-Format Reissue

In celebration of Shania Twain’s benchmark albu 25th anniversary and its accumulation of over 40 million-plus in global album sales, both the U.S. and International versions of Come On Over have been remastered from the original tapes for the first…

Goodnight Sunrise takes banger This Is Yours to Make on the road

Led by the dual male-female vocal alchemy of keytarist Vanessa Vakharia and guitarist David Kochberg, Toronto rock band Goodnight Sunrise is an organized sort of chaos.  With a hard-earned reputation as an unforgettable live act through over 400 shows across…

Maisie Peters Live at HISTORY 

The Good Witch Comes to North America Tour made its fifth stop at Toronto’s HISTORY on August 14, 2023. This tour is supporting Maisie Peters’ sophomore album, released in June of this year. The last time Maisie was in Toronto…

Live in Photos: Sylvan Esso and DEHD in Toronto

North Carolina’s electronic pop duo arrive at History in Toronto. In support of their latest album, No Rules Sandy, vocalist Amelia Meath and instrumentalist Nick Sanborn have hit the road for a North American tour. The couple has been recording…

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit at Massey Hall

The King of Americana returns to The Ryman North Touring in support of his ninth studio album, Weathervanes, Jason Isbell and his band, The 400 Unit made a stop at Massey Hall. Jason Isbell was one of many artists ADDICTED…

Haviah Mighty turns inwards with latest release Crying Crystals

Last month, award-winning artist, DJ and producer Haviah Mighty dropped her powerful and highly-anticipated full length album, Crying Crystals.  Haviah Mighty didn’t need to change her birth name when she decided to dedicate her career to music, and she has…

Bastid’s BBQ brings the heat under The Bentway

On the weekend of the 29th and 30th of July, Skratch Bastid brought his Bastid’s BBQ festival to Toronto for the tenth time under one of the city’s most excellent outdoor spaces, The Bentway. ADDICTED was invited to capture some of…

Nigerien Mdou Moctar Transports Toronto With His Desert Rock

A towering figure dressed in a flowing robe and white guitar, Mdou Moctar (birth name: Mahamadou Souleymane) stood awe-inspiring to an enraptured Toronto crowd. Dubbed “the Hendrix of the Sahara”, the 38-year-old Nigerien guitar virtuoso played the Phoenix Concert Theatre…