The rock ‘n’ roll icon rambled on with a 15-song set that grooved through ‘Carry Fire’ and hits like “Gallows Pole” and “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You”.
Dizzy Wright’s headliner at The Velvet in Toronto was ’89 Pistons-esque as he swished through last year’s ‘The Golden Age 2’ and ‘State Of Mind 2’.
Cacie Dalager and Bradley Hale’s mini residency at The Drake Hotel was undeniably perfect as it took new songs and spun ’em through ‘Threads’.
Neck Deep hit Toronto with Seaway and Creeper, and ollied into ‘Rain In July’, ‘Life’s Not Out To Get You’, and 2017’s ‘The Peace And The Panic’.
The Dangerous Summer’s return to Toronto was a deep dive into intimacy and works such as ‘War Paint’, ‘Golden Record’, and ‘Reach For The Sun’.
MØ and Cashmere Cat brought their MEØW tour to Toronto and tapped into love’s idiosyncrasies with “Quit”, “Porsche”, “Get It Right”, and more.
Sleigh Bells kicked it in Toronto on a Sunday and tore through a greatest hits montage that dug up ‘Treats’, ‘Reign Of Terror’, and ‘Bitter Rivals’.
Hot Water Music returned north for a Saturday night shebang with The Flatliners and Iron Chic that warmed everyone up with sing-alongs.
Vancouver’s Robbie Slade and Peter Ricq popped out at The Velvet — turning their EP release show into an audiovisual thesis on love and happiness.
GoldLink’s New Year’s Eve warmup with J.I.D. and River Tiber tapped into a heady illustration of ‘At What Cost’ and 2015’s ‘We Didn’t Talk’.
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Alexisonfire’s run at Toronto’s Danforth Hall kicked off with a party bag of oldies that proved they’re still one of the greatest bands on earth.
The Ohio fivesome brought their devastating dad rock tunes to Toronto’s Sony Centre theatre and simply put on the performance of a lifetime.
Allan Rayman’s headliner at the Phoenix Concert Theatre was a mesmerizing dip into the emotions that make up ‘Courtney’ and ‘Roadhouse 01’.
The Flats punked up The Opera House — teaming up with A Wilhelm Scream and The Penske File to raise a glass to records like ‘The Great Awake’.
Angel Olsen’s recent two-night stand in Toronto was timeless stuff as it cut through ‘My Woman’ and its ability to smother you with heartache.
Mogwai’s return to The Danforth was full on post rock hysteria as the Glasgow outfit riffed through ‘Mr. Beast’, ‘Every Country’s Sun’, and more.
Death From Above and The Beaches knocked out a double-header in Toronto with the first night being a full on rager that piled on the riffs.
Ellie Roswell and co. dug into their new album at The Danforth and went full tilt for an hour and change — bringing every dreamy thrash to life.
The San Antonio native souled out The Great Hall — putting the spotlight on his ‘Pink Lightning’ EP and sharing it with locals such as Chris LaRocca.
Thrice and Circa Survive’s fall tour hit Toronto and kicked up a ton of nostalgia, digging into ‘To Be Everywhere’, ‘Blue Sky Noise’, and more.
Dua Lipa’s return to Toronto put her self-titled on blast as she “skrrted” through viral smashes and deep cuts that have a way of being irresistible.
The Melbourners grooved out at The Danforth — tapping into ‘Zonoscope’, ‘Free Your Mind’, and the beauty to this year’s ‘Haiku From Zero’.
Belly’s first-ever TIDAL concert repped art to the fullest as his Mod Club set featured 88GLAM, XO classics, and a heavy helping of ‘Mumble Rap’.
The 21-year-old producer finessed through live versions of internet hits and S/T gems — setting a mood while making everyone’s heart swell.
Chicago’s Knuckle Puck took on The Opera House with Movements and Homesafe, and turned an average Wednesday into a win for pop punkers.
Repping Toronto to the fullest, ATLien 6LACK went full clip at REBEL and dished out hitters with the likes of 88GLAM and Sabrina Claudio.
Wavves, Joyce Manor, and Culture Abuse put on one hell of a show at The Danforth — pulling fan faves from ‘Peach’, ‘Cody’, and ‘You’re Welcome’.
The Wonder Years’ Dan Campbell patched hearts at the Hard Luck — rolling through solo material and The Mountain Goats’ “Going To Georgia”.
John Carpenter’s recent set was sensory overload as it dug into movie themes from ‘Starman’, ‘The Fog’, ‘They Live’, and ‘Escape From New York’.