Tag: concert photography

Live Music Tuesday – Oh Sees at the Danforth Music Hall

Oh Sees (formerly Thee Oh Sees) just might be the loudest band on earth. Over the past two decades, they have unleashed a staggering amount of albums with remarkable quality control. That’s why, given their sold-out engagement at Toronto’s Danforth…

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Live Music Friday – Florence + the Machine

From the moment Florence + the Machine entered the arena, a wave of awe and disbelief could be felt, even from long-time fans who had mentioned to me they had seen her many times before. The beautifully expansive biomorphic wooden…

Flashback Friday Live Music Edition – Bob Moses at the Danforth

Words and photos by Scott Ramsay Canadian duo, Bob Moses stopped into the Danforth Music Hall on Oct. 6. Their current tour is promoting their newest release, Battle Lines, a perfect follow-up to their breakout debut, Days Gone By. The duo’s bona…

Live Music Wednesday – Rejjie Snow at the Velvet Underground

24-year-old Irish rapper Rejjie Snow is on rise, and he knows it. That’s not to say he isn’t modest, though. Picked-out of relative obscurity by Elton John’s management company, the talented artist next found himself opening for Madonna, affording even…

The Charlatans UK at The Danforth Music Hall

“It’s good to be back,” exclaimed Tim Burgess, the Charlatans UK frontman whose grin stretched ear-to-ear. Sporting a peculiar, peroxide blonde Prince Valiant doo, he never seemed to cease dancing, continually raising his arms to rally the attendees below. Not…

Live Music Tuesday – Blood Orange returns to Toronto

Words and photos by Stephen McGIll Remarkable talent, Dev Hynes brought his Blood Orange project to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall in support of his latest record Negro Swan. Backed by a 4 piece band as well as a pair of…