Tag: concert photography

Robert DeLong at Velvet Underground

More than just a multifaceted musician, Robert DeLong is a born hype man. Encompassing every instrument imaginable – keyboards, cymbals, drums, guitars – the stage at Toronto’s Velvet Underground was set for a five-piece band, minimum. However, looks can be…

Poppy Live at The Danforth Music Hall

I’m Poppy. Words made famous on YouTube by a diminutive girl who seemed to be a construct of an American girl by kawaii scientists. The mystique of Poppy as an artist went so deep, it was hard to make out…

MØ at The Danforth

Danish alt-pop star, MØ spent 4 years working on the followup to her 2014 début, No Mythologies to Follow. In between, she had her two biggest hits still to this day. The first was a collab with Major Lazer and DJ…

Noname live at the Danforth Music Hall

If there’s one name in hip-hop you should know for 2019, it should be Noname. Taking the stage at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, the packed venue clamored with twenty-somethings itching to see the Chicago rapper impart her unique brand of…

Addicted Music Dept’s Picks of 2018

Each year, when we reminisce about the music we listened to and saw live, we remember why music is so important. It creates moments, some just a few seconds or an entire evening or weekend, that become indelible memories. Whether…

Alvvays at Danforth Music Hall

Headlining five consecutive dates at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall is no an easy feat. Thankfully, with a band like Alvvays, the music speaks for itself. Selling out night-after-night, the adage “if you play it, they will come” seems to resonate…

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…

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,…

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,…