While enjoying day three of WayHome Festival, we met up with Toronto alternative trop-pop group HIGHS to discuss camping, touring England, playing creepy venues, and their debut record. Dive into our exclusive interview below:
Interview by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout
The last time I was at The Phoenix was to see the Jesus and Mary Chain, and to say there were twenty people there that night might be an overestimate. Last night, however, the house was packed; if not sold out than really close to being sold out, which isn’t
In support of their latest record Hold My Home, fans can catch indie-rock group Cold War Kids at The Phoenix in Toronto on March 18th with support from Highs. Courtesy of Collective Concerts, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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Welcome to Three That Matter — our new segment where we ask our friends and artists in the industry about their favourite three tracks at the moment. We’re all about sharing the music and the tracks we (the AMBY team) love, and wanted to involve more people to share what
On November 7th, folk-Americana group Twin Forks will play Toronto's Lee's Palace with Northcote and Highs. Courtesy of Collective Concerts, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away two pairs of tickets to the event!
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Kopecky Family Band and Highs play Toronto's The Horseshoe Tavern on Saturday the 11th. Courtesy of Audio Blood Media, we're giving our readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the show and a Highs t-shirt!
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Toronto band, HIGHS are going places quickly. This alt-pop quartet plays melodic, catchy tunes and rocks the harmonies seamlessly. HIGHS took some time out of their weekend at SCENEfest for A Music Blog, Yea? to talk about festival season, reminisce about their first show as a band, and share their
With the release of their much-anticipated new album Fast Motions, The Balconies have been on the road bringing their high-power rock to the masses. Playing alongside three-piece rock unit Say Yes, made up of former Alexisonfire and Saint Alvia members, the tour made a stop at Guelph’s Ebar for a
Under the twinkle lights of the Rivoli, HIGHS opened to a burgeoning crowd. Lending an individual twist to the generic indie-pop genre with their staple afro-beat style, HIGHS brought the atmosphere to its peak. The band played several songs from their self-titled EP before kicking off into songs from an