Citizen and Sorority Noise hit The Opera House on Friday night and delivered as they put on the sort of performances you write home about.
The alt poppers’ recent trip to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall outlined the irresistible headrush that is ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’.
Aminé and Towkio balled out in Toronto as their show at The Opera House reinforced their ability to run with energy and make Mondays fun again.
Beach Fossils & Snail Mail riffed out at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace on Saturday night — quietly putting on one of the best low-key shows of the year.
Jeremy McKinnon and the rest of ADTR chugged through a set that was a reminder of how far they have come since ‘For Those Who Have A Heart’.
The Underachievers took a swing at Toronto with Warm Brew and Injury Reserve — putting the likes of ‘Renaissance’ and ‘Diagnosis’ on blast.
Kid Cudi fell into one of his zones in Toronto as he used fan faves and trippy ass visuals to note that music’s still capable of mending hearts.
Corbin, Shlohmo + D33J popped off at Toronto’s Mod Club Theatre — turning a sold-out gig into an existential deep dive into WEDIDIT’s catalog.
Feist’s nightcap at Toronto’s Massey Hall was a near perfect moment that went out of its way to show why you should never give up on music.
Long Island brothers Brian & Michael D’Addario kicked out the jams at Lee’s Palace — rolling out ‘Do Hollywood’ and ‘Brothers Of Destruction’.
Counterparts teamed up with Comeback Kid and Stray From The Path, and hand-delivered one of the year’s most insane hardcore shows.
New York City’s The Meadows Festival kicked off its sophomore year with sets from Jay-Z, Migos, Run The Jewels, Joey Bada$$, and Sky Ferreira.
Alison and ELOHIM hit the Phoenix Concert Theatre and raved out — padding the downtown spot with as much sound as it could handle.
Kali Uchis recently set The Danforth on fire with an extensive hour-long set that featured “Loner”, “Tyrant”, “Por Vida”, and “See You Again”.
Brockhampton’s sold-out show at The Danforth was a DIY triumph that rollerbladed through bars, vibes, and various strains of ‘Saturation’.
Descendents and The Menzingers’ mini-tour hit Toronto with a bang — inducing 37-song sets and sing-alongs about bad tattoos and muscle cars.
QOTSA’s recent trip up north unpacked ‘Villains’ and a few decades of concussive guitar riffs while showing there’s a method to their madness.
The artist formerly known as Tity Boi pulled up to Toronto with his ceiling missing — dishing out new classics, covers, and a few surprise guests.
SZA set up shop at Toronto’s Rebel Nightclub and straight up owned it — shading in ‘CTRL’, ‘Z’, and her mesmerizing blend of pop and R&B.
New York’s Princess Nokia went in at The Velvet — cutting through bars like Beatrix Kiddo while ultimately proving she’s “never been a regular”.
The “Lords Of Portland” blissed out at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and set a few hearts free with selects from ‘Evil Friends’ and ‘Woodstock’.
The 19-year-old Texan returned to Toronto and balled out — breezing through ‘American Teen’ and its one-hitters (“Location”, “Shot Down”).
WayHome’s final outing at Burl’s Creek left a mark with Frank Ocean, Banks, Daniel Caesar, Hundred Waters, Car Seat Headrest and more.
WayHome caught a wave on Saturday — pushing A+ sets from Schoolboy Q, Solange, Mura Masa, PUP, Death From Above, and Ryan Hemsworth.
The third annual edition of WayHome kicked off with live sets from Justice, Cage The Elephant, The Shins, Danny Brown, Phantogram + more.
Jacob Bannon and co. absolutely floored Buffalo’s Waiting Room — buzzsawing through ‘Jane Doe’, ‘Axe To Fall’, and ‘All We Love We Leave Behind’.
Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich’s indie ensemble blissed out the Danforth Hall with Dolly Parton covers and a barrage of midsummer feels.
Metallica’s ‘WorldWired’ Tour hit Toronto with a deafening thud as the foursome tore through one of their most electrifying performances in years.
Thursday bombarded The Danforth with a career defining headliner that retraced ‘Full Collapse’, ‘War All The Time’, and 2011’s ‘No Devolución’.
Single Mothers’ ‘Our Pleasure’ release show was pure chaos as it hit like a baseball bat caked in battery acid and rusted barbed wire.