Tag: concert review

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…

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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…

Gregory Alan Isakov at The Danforth

South African born singer songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov came to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on Nov. 8th, touring in support of his newest record Evening Machines. Playing to a packed crowd, Isakov played through a 16 song set drawing largely…

U.S. Girls at the Horseshoe Tavern

After a summer on the festival circuit, U.S. Girls brought their show in support of this year’s In A Poem Unlimited to a sold out Lee’s Palace in Toronto. Battling feedback all night, singer Meghan Remy led the band through tracks…

Live Music Tuesday – Masego at The Opera House

Hailing from Virginia and steeped in R&B, Masego’s music follows four simple rules: Make love, give love, be love, experience love. Indeed, the affection was reciprocated wholeheartedly at Toronto’s sold-out Opera House show. Perhaps it was the “good” love keeping…

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…