One of my favourite festival experiences was attending Field Trip 2014 – it was a gorgeous summer day, the line-up was stellar, there was a lively family-friendly atmosphere, incredible visual art, and free water (I know, a rarity which must be noted). Whenever I think about festival highlights, this one
After releasing their self-titled debut in 2012 on Sleepless Records, July Talk, the Toronto based indie rockers, still have a lot to be excited about. First off, they are still on the touring circuit and they’ve recently signed a deal with Island Records - the label will release the self-titled
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July Talk have built their band on contrasts. From the raspy, alpha male rumble of Peter Dreimanis' vocals grazing the bubblegum sweet sounds Leah Fay down to the stark black and white merchandise and music videos, they leave no detail untouched in their quest for the contrary. It might come
Day One: Current Swell, Descendents, Mounties, Rise Against, The New Pornographers
Day Two: Arctic Monkeys, Cage the Elephant, Dear Rouge, Foster the People, July Talk, MS MR, Serena Ryder, Tegan and Sara, Until the Ribbon Breaks
Day Three: Bad Suns, Death Cab For Cutie, Fitz and the Tantrums, Mowglis, Sleeper Agent, Airborne
Toronto seems to have blossomed into music festival city in the last few years. TURF has to be one of the best run, and organized of the ever growing list. Set times were longer than normal fest times, ranging from 50-90 minutes, giving festival goers ample time to catch any
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You go along to a free show not expecting much. On a night when some people were paying hundreds of pounds to see Robbie Williams, a mile away Toronto band July Talk were playing a free gig at The Brudenell Social Club. I know who got the best deal! I'm
Today marks the last day of July Talk's UK Tour. While on the road, we had the opportunity of catching up with the Toronto-based band to discuss near death experiences, playing shows with "no rules", stage antics, young regret, and signing fans' phones -- enjoy!
AMBY: Hello July Talk, welcome to