Mississauga native PND is having a party next door in Toronto
September 27, 2017 – 2:16 pm | No Comment

PartyNextDoor has been blowing up social media recently with cryptic tweets  which have become the hallmark for OVO marketing their stable of artists of which PND is a proud member of. Now just days before …

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Die Mannequin back with first indie album
November 1, 2014 – 1:23 pm | No Comment
Die Mannequin back with first indie album

Back for the first time in five years is none other than Canadian prized metal band Die Mannequin with new independent release Neon Zero.
Earlier this year fans got a sample of what was to …

Rush Midnight on tour with Lights — Toronto
October 29, 2014 – 9:22 pm | No Comment
Rush Midnight on tour with Lights — Toronto

The Brooklyn native Rush Midnight has been making quite an impact on the indie rock scene all over North America. This fall tour he has embarked on is particularly big deal for the up and …

The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores — Indie Week
October 25, 2014 – 10:40 pm | No Comment
The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores — Indie Week

Adelaide Hall was the scene of some incredible music during Indie Week.  One of the standout bands that performed at this venue were the The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores.

Prairie girl Kinnie Starr brings light to Rivoli
October 18, 2014 – 8:13 pm | No Comment
Prairie girl Kinnie Starr brings light to Rivoli

Kinnie Starr, the activist singer/songwriter from Calgary, Alta., has returned in a very strong way with her latest studio releast From Far Away. Starr made a Toronto appearance Oct. 15 on her supporting tour at the Rivoli on …

Indie Week kicks off in Toronto w/ Sumo Cyco
October 11, 2014 – 10:12 pm | No Comment
Indie Week kicks off in Toronto w/ Sumo Cyco

The Rivioli on Toronto’s Queen Street West (recently named second hippest neighbourhood in the world) played host to the opening VIP party and show of Toronto’s Indie Week – and the entertainment was none other than …

Toronto’s Nuit Blanche – One night, all night, all free
October 10, 2014 – 10:43 pm | No Comment
Toronto’s Nuit Blanche – One night, all night, all free

Describing the event known as Scotiabank Nuit Blanche in a sentence or two is tough. It’s a night of art, street performers, lights, friendship, and everything you can possibly imagine – and some times, things …

Chromeo hit Toronto and funked up the Kool Haus
September 29, 2014 – 11:58 pm | One Comment
Chromeo hit Toronto and funked up the Kool Haus

Reviving a genre that was long gone and dead after the 80s, Chromeo is a unique brand of disco and funk that has fans grooving every time they hit the stage. This late September night …

Hilltop Hoods hit Hoxton with “Walking Under Stars”
September 27, 2014 – 7:15 pm | No Comment
Hilltop Hoods hit Hoxton with “Walking Under Stars”

Just a month and a half after the release of their new album Walking Under Stars, the trio of DJ Debris, MC Suffa, and Pressure that form Hilltop Hoods have spent their time slamming stages across North America in support of the new disc. On Thursday, Sept. 25, they stopped by Toronto and gave them a piece of their minds, their matter, and their microphones.

CWOF took over David Pecaut Square in Toronto
September 26, 2014 – 9:06 pm | No Comment
CWOF took over David Pecaut Square in Toronto

Canada’s Walk of Fame runs along King Street West, in the heart of downtown Toronto – arguably Canada’s central and grandest music hub.

The Good and The Baruchel – Not So Private Banter
September 23, 2014 – 6:40 am | No Comment
The Good and The Baruchel – Not So Private Banter

Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival clearly understands the chemistry between music and comedy and had the highlight of their three day concert series on Sept. 20 at the breathtaking Massey Hall with Matt Good and Jay Baruchel Live – Not So Private Banter.

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