Hometown favourite Jully Black made sure no one was standing still for her CMW set at The Phoenix Concert Theatre.
Squee-inducing Mangan and company showcase new material for Toronto.
Interpol’s latest is a return to their earliest. That’s a good thing, and it makes Dave’s staff pick for the day.
Europe is next for the Edmonton-based blues rock band.
Indie Week showcase yields small crowd, big talent.
Reel Indie Film Fest’s opening night screening offers an intimate glimpse into the life of a blues legend.
250 bands rocking 20 venues across the city. Are you ready?
Think Leslieville is boring? This house of nightmares may change your mind.
This past Saturday marked Indie88’s one-year birthday party, which the station celebrated with a sold-out shindig at the Opera House. We came for the paper party hats, but stayed for Lowell, The Darcys, and Dan Mangan + Blacklist, who supplied the night’s soundtrack, delighting both hardcore hipsters and casual fans alike.
A shirtless gentleman wearing too many glowing bracelets smirks at me as I emerge bewildered from a sweaty crowd of dancers onto an unlit, tree lined bike path. It’s the mainline connecting Cherry Beach proper to the wooded enclosure that…