Adam Baldwin, Death Cab for Cutie, Julia Jacklin, Marlon Williams, Matthew Good, Sun K, The Belle Game, The Mekons, The New Pornographers
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The third date of Metric’s cross-country tour with Death Cab For Cutie saw the Toronto-bred quartet turning in an excellent 100-minute set for a near capacity crowd at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines.
Opening with “IOU,” the first track from their 2003 Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? full-length
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Arriving at Shepherd's Bush Empire for the third and final night of Death Cab For Cutie's stint in this intimate London venue, I genuinely didn't know what to expect. In truth, they're a band I never really expected to see live so this
Touring as support for Death Cab for Cutie on their 2015 Spring Tour, New York folk-rock trio The Antlers recently stopped by Toronto during Canadian Music Week. Ahead of their performance, A Music Blog, Yea? sat down with the band's frontman Peter Silberman to discuss his favourite DCFC songs, reading,
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I had no expectations when I woke up the other morning to find out that Death Cab for Cutie had released the lead single, “Black Sun”, from their forthcoming eighth release, Kintsugi. It has been just under four years since Codes & Keys and with the departure of mainstay, producer,
Ah, Riot Fest -- Hearing those words bring back memories of music, food, friends, mud, and of course, one of the coolest experiences I’ve ever had.
I have to be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect with Riot Fest since I’d been to a ton of very different festival venues
Mud, plus 42,624 people, plus some of the most mosh-able, dance-able music still listened to by well-tuned ears? Obviously the first thing that should have jumped into your head was Riot Fest. This year’s celebration of the insane, wacky world that is music was at Downsview Park, a hop, skip,