How do I even describe the wild experience that is Nobunny? Honestly, most of me just wants to write "I have no words" and just leave it at that. Go see them; figure it out for yourself. But that would make for a pretty useless piece of writing, so I
I am coining a phrase today. The phrase is "hug moshing", and it was what a select few people were doing at the front of the crowd when I went to see Diarrhea Planet last Thursday. I don't think this new term requires much explanation, but for anyone who is
While in Toronto as part of their North American tour, AMBY had the pleasure of sitting down with Rome Ramirez, one third of reggae-rock group Sublime with Rome. In our exclusive interview, we discuss dealing with tour hiccups, anthemic live songs, and rad old school production. Enjoy our chat below!
This show started on such a strong note and kept a steady pace of amazing music throughout the night. I'm so happy that is what I did with my Sunday evening. Echo Beach is a big venue and there were tons of people there. I went alone, but I made
The Rezillos show at Lee's Palace last Thursday was a lot of fun. From everything I've gathered about their long and accomplished career, this band has a reputation for being that carefree, uplifting act, and they were just that. It seems like The Rezillos have nearly perfected their art. It
Death From Above 1979 are back. Judging from the Nathan Phillips Square performance last Sunday, Toronto could not be happier. I arrived during the tail end of BadBadBotGood's set to find that people in the crowd were already starting to shift inconspicuously toward the front of the DFA stage, where
It was clear from the buzz that could be felt up and down the street that both Passion Pit and Coin's arrival at The Danforth Music Hall were highly anticipated. After waiting in line a bit I got my ticket, went inside and immediately recognized the lovely Alicia Atout, who
Sometimes all you need is a little rocking girl power energy in your life. And sometimes, you don't realize how much you've been missing it until you see an amazing all-girl band like Peach Kelli Pop. I was riding that bubbly, energetic high when I left The Smiling Buddha on
Some acts you want to see based on their name alone. The Screaming Females became one of those acts for me when they first caught my attention. When I left The Silver Dollar on Friday I concluded that they are without a doubt as endearing their name suggests, and that
The Danforth Music hall was absolutely packed on February 7th, as fans waited to see Big Sugar. It was fantastic to see the famous Toronto-based musicians play in their- and my- hometown, although the performance caught me completely off guard.
When I saw the stage I knew something far outside my