Tag: concert

THROWBACK THURSDAY LIVE MUSIC EDITION – Gov’t Mule

Gov’t Mule started as an Allman Brothers Band side project in 1994. Founding members, guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody decided to form a power trio in the style of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience along with drummer,…

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Father John Misty – Pure Comedy live in Toronto

Many of the words written about music in 2017 have been about Father John Misty. The heat level on the man is so high that Noisey seems to be in a constant state of breaking news with regards to him….

Throwback Thursday Live Music Edition – Tycho

Looking at Tycho from all directions and heights, there’s a prevalent consistency. The album artwork compliments the music to perfection. The visuals that back the live performance is as intentional as can be. The reason is simple. All that one sees…

Throwback Thursday Live Music Edition – The Flaming Lips

Since 1983, The Flaming Lips have been America’s most consistent purveyors of psychedelic rock. Following their mainstream breakthrough albums, The Soft Bulletin and Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, the three-time Grammy-awarded band upped their live show to what leader, Wayne…

Addicted Interview: The Temperance Movement

*header image by Rob Blackham   At the end of last year I had the pleasure of sitting down with The Temperance Movement ahead of their show at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace.  Hailing from the U.K. but sounding like they sucked the rock…

The Age of Electric: Spring Tour and Todd Kerns’ Tour Diary

Canadian children of the nineties, rejoice!  The Age of Electric are back and going on a highly anticipated Canadian tour this spring. A little AOE history lesson for you, if you weren’t a super fan like I was. Back in 1989,…