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February 2020

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Saturday, 7 March 2020

Monday, 9 March 2020

Mar 9th

7 p.m.

PUP - Seattle

As of lately, Toronto has been the breeding grounds for some of the best punk rock bands around. The scene is both a blessing and a curse. There seem to be 1,000+ loud rock bands in this city vying for attention, but when you are able to cut through the static, everyone seems to take notice. This is the case for Toronto four-piece, PUP. What sets PUP apart in this booming scene is their ability to fuse raw punk energy with catchy earworms, big hooks, and scream-along choruses. Their songs are loud and fast, equal parts unchecked energy and ...

Sunday, 15 March 2020

Monday, 16 March 2020

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Thursday, 19 March 2020

Friday, 20 March 2020

Mar 20th

8 p.m.

Wye Oak

For over a decade, Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack have collaborated under the moniker Wye Oak, a band known for “forging an audacious creative path” (NPR Music). Their partnership, long imbued with a sense of ambition and restlessness, has transcended genre, growing and shifting over the course of five critically acclaimed full-length records, including last year’s The Louder I Call, The Faster it Runs which The New York Times called “the sound of a band simultaneously delving deeper into its music and opening it up”. Those paying close attention to the duo will also have noticed a list of ...

Saturday, 21 March 2020

Friday, 27 March 2020

Mar 27th

8:30 p.m.

Vanishing Twin

Vanishing Twin are a heterogeneous crowd, no two members are the same nationality or speak the same language. They are would be doyens of Esperanto if it had only caught on; galactic citizens if it were an option at the passport office. They are scientists and creators excited by rituals and telepathy, book-wormed into action.

Saturday, 28 March 2020

Mar 28th

8 p.m.

Peter Bjorn and John

The secret to longevity is reinvention. Or, at least, it’s the secret to Peter Bjorn and John’s impressively long career, which has spanned nearly two decades and eight albums. Darker Days, the Swedish trio’s eighth full-length offering, is evidence of how evolution and a willingness to shift methodology can bring vast rewards. The three musicians, Peter Morén, Björn Yttling and John Eriksson, began writing almost immediately after releasing their 2016 album Breakin’ Point. That album was the result of numerous collaborations and nearly five years of effort, so the idea this time was to get less bogged ...
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