Reviews

Here we are, our last night of blindly choosing shows. AKA the last night of me and Jeff’s NXNE 2013 Adventure. Single Mothers @ The Horseshoe Craziness. Complete and utter madness. Moshing, spitting and all...

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To kick off our third night of musical conquests we made our way back to the Arts & Crafts Pop Up Venue.  We both really dug the atmosphere of place and were eager to hit...

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And boom, just like that, night 2 is upon us. I tried to not let the rainy weather get me down as I headed out to meet Jeff at our first stop….even though I hate...

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ATTAGIRL @ May I first saw Attagirl a couple years ago at a showcase they did with a band I used to rep. I always look forward to catching a set of theirs. They always...

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Emma Hill

FEATURE: Emma Hill

May 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Emma Hill isn’t afraid of a little hard work. Or in her case, a lot of hard work, all of the time.  In an industry that has a tendency to seem as though it is...

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Purity Ring

Purity Ring @ The Danforth Music Hall

May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Sunday nights tend to be depressing because they are an inescapable slide towards Monday. But May 5th was different because I was looking forward to see Purity Ring, whose music had recently captured my attention...

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On the inside of Gordon’s jacket, there is a list delineating some of the band’s favourite Gordons. It’s a long list, long enough to make me suspect that toward the end they may have just...

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The Belle Game is an excellent example of a band with a sound, the kind of sound that makes them recognizable from only the opening ether of a song. An unintended consequence of a band...

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Oh, Canadian Music Week! (hand on the heart) East coast, prairies, the west coast, and everything in between; each showcasing their homegrown talent like an offering to the gods! Except their offerings weren’t goats, but...

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Saturday, March 23 Aidan Knight @ The Horseshoe Tavern Once again, The ‘Shoe was packed. It was obvious that we were in the home stretch of CMW: the crowd was collectively on zombie mode, so...

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