Toronto folk-punk choir led by Keith Hamilton, Hamilton Trading Co., perform an intimate acoustic session at The Dakota Tavern. The choir-era of HTC began in April 2007 with a one-off show at Lee’s Palace. After the positive experience the group has continued to work together on new material, touring hard and reaching new hearts with each performance. To find more Hamilton Trading Co. music & info visit...Read More
Author: Jesse Read
Interview with Toronto new classical singer, Joey Niceforo. We had the opportunity to sit down with Joey to talk about his upcoming album “Priceless” which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, some of his past performances at places like Carnegie Hall and the olympics, his dream venue, what he has planned for the future and more! Joey has a show coming tonight in Sudbury at The All Nations Church, last we heard the show was just about sold out, but if you’re in the area (and quick on the trigger) you might still be able to make it in!...Read More
“Some people grow used to the nothingness in their lives and stop trying to change. Other’s fight against the nothingness in a futile attempt to thwart the inevitable and add an element of creativity to their otherwise dull existence. So yeah, nothingness and boredom continue to be an inspiration.” We had the opportunity to interview Toronto’s Hormoans. The trio just released their new EP “Crash Embryo” and if you’re looking for some socially conscience Toronto agnst, this 4 track EP is a must listen. The band told us about the new EP ater their hiatus, past albums, the...Read More
A live performance of The Nursery’s “Timeless Eye” off their new album “Life After Wartime” during Indie Week. Hailing from Toronto, Canada, the Nursery managed to combine the youth’s darker themes of death, sex, and fear with ethereal and technicolored alt-rock...Read More
A live performance by Marlon Chaplin at The Supermarket in Toronto’s Kensington Market during Indie Week. Following the May 2016 release of critically acclaimed debut EP ‘Wanderer By Trade’ (with contributing members of Zeus and Lemon Bucket Orkestra), Toronto native Marlon Chaplin continues to evolve. Moving from folk-centric roots rompers to angular rock and psychedelia akin to The Strokes and Beck, recent singles “Annabelle + Someone” and “Fossils” display a breadth of cohesive eclecticism rarely found. You can find more of Marlon’s music at...Read More
Indie Week – Marlon Chaplin Live at The SupermarketNov 14, 2017 | Performances
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