Tag: Toronto

Celebrate National Rum Day at Toronto’s coolest bars with Bacardi

I know, there’s a holiday for literally everything these days. But I actually love it! There’s nothing wrong and everything right with celebration in any and all forms, big or small, arbitrary or deliberate.  It’s a great way to infuse…

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Featurette Live at Radio

Electro-pop duo Featurette debuted their new tunes at Radio in Toronto July 13, 2019. Trained as a classical vocalist, lead singer Lexie Jay combined the precision of classical technique with the exciting energy of electronic music. The result was a…

U.S. Girls at the Opera House

2018 ended well for Meg Remy’s U.S. Girls project. Her album, In A Poem Unlimited, found itself atop many music critics’ ‘best of the year’ lists. Chockful of political and societal callouts, the album delivered its messages via slinky grooves…

The Beaches in the ADDICTED Music Dept.

Interview by Cassandra Popescu From playing small, sweaty venues in Toronto to securing stadium shows and an opening slot for The Rolling Stones, The Beaches have risen to incredible success in the past few years. Behind their huge career milestones,…

Studio KO: Authentic Box-training done right

Over the years I have spent hours and hours boxing. No, I’m not training for a fight, nor do I want to be the next UFC fighter. Far from it, in fact; I just love the workout, and there really…

ADDICTED at Dundas West Fest

Dundas West Fest, the eclectic street party that took over the west end of Toronto on June 7th, 2019 teamed up with Transmit Festival to present a weekend of free music for festival attendees to enjoy. Toronto’s Peeling got the…

Kick Out The Jams – Phish Returns To Toronto

Quarterly tours and concerts numbering in the hundreds each year was once the modus operandi of Phish. Formed in 1983 in Burlington, Vermont, the quartet cut their teeth playing likely every single college town in the northeast. By the mid-90s, this…