Tag: live music review

MØ at The Danforth

Danish alt-pop star, MØ spent 4 years working on the followup to her 2014 début, No Mythologies to Follow. In between, she had her two biggest hits still to this day. The first was a collab with Major Lazer and DJ…

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Noname live at the Danforth Music Hall

If there’s one name in hip-hop you should know for 2019, it should be Noname. Taking the stage at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, the packed venue clamored with twenty-somethings itching to see the Chicago rapper impart her unique brand of…

Kweku Collins at Radio

Though colder nights and shorter days have touched down upon Toronto, the melodic rap and sheer charisma of Illinois native Kweku Collins kept things cooking at Radio (formerly Adelaide Hall). Sporting a mane of dreadlocks, the multi-talented artist glided on…

Dear Rouge at Danforth Music Hall

Dear Rouge at the Danforth Music Hall

Dear Rouge brought an energetic set to the Danforth Music Hall on October 18, with Ellevator’s dreamy sounds and Modern Space’s lively performance as support. The band’s latest album Phases, which was released earlier this year, is a pop rock gem…

Live Music Monday – Billie Eilish at the Phoenix

Words and photos by Stephen McGill   Los Angeles viral pop upstart Billie Eilish came to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre on Tuesday night for the first of two nights. Playing to a sold out crowd of fellow teenagers, the sixteen…

Live Music Friday – X AVANT XIII Festival: The Halluci Nation

Last week, the Music Gallery brought an array of new sounds to Toronto with the X AVANT XIII Festival: The Halluci Nation. Curated by Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red. , the festival focused on the notion of The Halluci Nation, and what…

Live Music Wednesday – Giving Thanks for Gorillaz

Words by Ariana Roberts “I never feel as if we’re performing for anything other than this sort of weird family… I feel a connection with you lot.” – Damon Albarn, Toronto, October 9th, 2018 I was lucky enough to be…