Tag: live music review

Men I Trust at The Roxy Theatre

The first thing you notice about West Hollywood’s legendary The Roxy Theatre is the inky black curtains that surround the stage – deployed to build excitement or signal the night’s end. Gracing the iconic venue on Wednesday, Feb 27, Montreal’s…

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Too Many Zooz Live at the Danforth

Hailing from New York City’s subway busker scene, Too Many Zooz, comprised of members Leo Pellegrino, Matt Muirhead, and David Parks, brought their mesmerizing energy to the Danforth Music Hall stage on March 9, 2019. Too Many Zooz is perhaps one…

Wet in Toronto

On the eve of International Women’s Day, four-piece band Wet brought their all-female fronted tour lineup to Velvet Underground in Toronto. With Hana Vu and Kilo Kish kicking off the night, the crowd was met with both subtlety and high performative energy…

Mother Mother at The Phoenix Concert Theatre

Almost two months into the ‘Dance and Cry’ North American tour, Mother Mother landed in Toronto with two sold out shows at The Phoenix Concert Theatre. Fans of all ages packed into the venue in anticipation of the band’s return after releasing…

Men I Trust at Lee’s Palace

Montreal indie band, Men I Trust played to a sold out crowd at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Oncle Jazz‘ which is due out in the next few weeks. With only one record in…

Arkells in Ottawa

The Rally Cry Tour brought the Arkells to the Canadian Tire Centre deep in Ottawa’s West End. While a Friday night venturing from downtown Ottawa to Kanata is a trek and not for the faint of heart, the band is known…

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…

John Maus at The Opera House

Intense may be the operative word used to describe John Maus live in concert.     Known for his one-man sets, it’s not uncommon to see the Minnesota native emotively pull his hair or scratch his eyes while screaming above…