Tag: Toronto

lavender wild festival – The Perfect Launch to Pride Month

Billed as a sapphic-focused event hosting 2SLGBTQ+ international and domestic talent, lavender wild’s lineup alone was cause to celebrate. Featuring top line acts such as Hayley Kiyoko, Girl In Red and The Aces, musically the importance of the festival was…

MUSIC IN PHOTOS: PIERCE THE VEIL AND THE USED

A bill of heavy music brings the thunder and rain. The Creative Control tour lined up a powerhouse of post-hardcore bands. Headlined by The Used, San Diego’s Pierce The Veil took the penultimate slot. The Toronto stop at RBC Echo…

Harriette Live at The Velvet Underground

Texan indie pop singer-songwriter Harriette performed at The Velvet Underground on May 23, 2023. This marked the seventh stop of the superglue tour opening for the pop duo joan. Accompanied by her best friend, guitarist Puma, both took the stage and…

Feist at History

Leslie Feist’s performance transformed History into something new. As an internationally respected artist, Feist will find an adoring, attentive audience in most parts of the globe, but her most understanding and mellow (yet no less devoted) fans could be here…

Celebrating Thirty Years of Seal at Toronto’s Massey Hall

The thing about Seal (born Seal Samuel) is this: they simply don’t make versatile singers like him anymore. It had been well over a decade since he last played Toronto, yet the iconic UK artist didn’t miss a beat at…

Our visit to Dear Saigon in Toronto

My best friend and I headed out for dinner this past week and had fantastic food and truly excellent service, so we wanted to share it with you. Say hello to Dear Saigon, Toronto’s newest Vietnamese dining destination that pays…

ionnalee’s Return To Toronto

Swedish indie-synth pop artist/collective is back on a North American tour Jonna Lee goes by a pair of additional names in performance. As iamamiwhoami, she releases her music alongside visual work in video, graphics and still images produced by a…

Back To Live: Depeche Mode’s Momento Mori Tour in Toronto

The progenitors of synth-pop release album number fifteen and begin a worldwide tour in support. I would assume that calling Dave Gahan and Martin Gore the grandfathers of synth pop or some equally trite descriptor would be met with droll…