Wavelength Winter Festival 2019

Now in it’s 19th year, Toronto’s Wavelength Winter Festival returned with a diverse set of indie acts, taking the stage across three nights (Feb 15 – 17) at The Garrison. Highlighting fresh talent and seasoned vets, both provincial and nationwide, names such as Melissa Laveaux, Elisapie, and Myst Milano offered their unique music and talent. In particular, Saturday February 16 boasted an electric line-up of rock and synth pop.

Running from 9pm until the wee hours of the morning, Toronto’s Isla Den and their analog dream pop set the mood early. Followed by the dance-rock of Future Pears and new wave stylings of Twist, day two of the Wavelength fest concluded with Montreal’s Anemone. With their penchant for psychedelic grooves, the quintet’s memorable performance doubled nicely as the launch of their newest release, Beat My Distance.

Myles Herod

Myles Herod

Traveller, image maker, pop-culture seeker, storyteller, a guy you want around when things go south. Tastes range from Kubrick to Krautrock, Wu-Tang to Wiseau. Currently resides in Toronto, Canada.
Myles Herod