Tag: live music review

Charli XCX LIVE AT REBEL

On June 13th this year, Charli XCX announced her third studio album, self-titled, Charli. This album is debatably her biggest yet, featuring names such as Lizzo, Troye Sivan and Haim – just to name a few. On the same day…

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The Black Keys “Rock” Scotiabank Arena

On the heels of a very long, very revealing interview with Joe Rogan and with almost five years since their last tour, The Black Keys played Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 9. Wondering how a duo can fill an arena…

The First Lady of Emo Pop, Maisie Peters

The self-identified First Lady of Emo Pop, Maisie Peters played at the Velvet Underground on October 9, a stop on her Autumn 2019 tour. Hailing from West Sussex, United Kingdom, Maisie opened her first-ever Toronto show full of energy following…

The Titanic Rising of Weyes Blood

The Kids In The Hall was the beginning of the end of a devout born-again Pentecostal Christian life for Natalie Mering. After being told that all homosexuals are destined for Hell, she couldn’t imagine that it was the place where…

Wilco’s Tour Opening Show Closes The Summer Concert Season

One sure signal that summer is done, despite what Mother Nature may show, is the final outdoor concert of the season. As you hold onto lingering memories of sweating it out during sunshine-blasted shows, the reality that inevitably a blanket…

The Struts live in Montreal

Today is a big day for the ADDICTED Music Dept. We’re opening our Montreal branch with the addition of Eric Brisson. Eric is a talented photographer, music and film lover. Look forward to his amazing photos coming from La Belle…

Tycho Live at Meridian Hall

Who is Tycho? Is he the white-clad king of cushioned comedowns? A multimedia electronic band experience? A graphic designer and photographer? A Danish astronomer? All of the above, son. As well Tycho is Scott Hansen, a Californian visual artist who…

MARINA Shines, Even Without Her Diamonds

Marina Diamandis dreamed of one day having her own band. As the frontwoman, naturally, it would be named after her, though she’d skew her last name with creative license (as I likely just did in those opening sentences). The first…