On July 2nd, City and Colour will perform at Niagara on the Lake as they celebrate Canada Day Weekend alongside Blue Rodeo, The Strumbellas, Stars, and Dear Rouge! This is one of summer's hottest shows and thanks to Goldenvoice, AMBY is sending you and a friend to the event!
There are a ton of concerts we can't wait to cover this month in Edmonton. Here are my top 4 - see where they're playing and give the artists a listen below!
Yukon Blonde: February 13
Yukon Blonde is an indie rock band from Vancouver and their tour is to promote the
Note: Photographs are from February 13th show, review is from February 12th
There are many reasons why I couldn’t miss this swoon-worthy three-day residence at the Danforth Music Hall. Since their first release in 2011, I have been kitchen-dancing, slow-dancing, everything-dancing to Hey Rosetta! This Newfoundland seven-piece orchestral-rock band has transformed
The attendants, who braced the cold for the double bill at Metropolis last Thursday, were in for quite a treat. Two Canadian indie-rock veterans, Hey Rosetta! and Stars, were in attendance!
Hey Rosetta!’s performance got off to a bit of a hesitant and sluggish start. In relation to the other times
Lacking plans for Valentine's Day? Don't worry, we've got you covered. On February 14th, Canadian indie-pop group Stars (with support from Hey Rosetta!) will play Toronto's The Danforth Music Hall. Courtesy of Embrace, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
To enter the giveaway,
Stars deserve to be better known. In fact they deserve to be huge and based on tonight's performance, folk are really missing out on this dynamic six piece from Montreal. Arcade Fire amongst others certainly seem to have stolen the limelight when it comes to Canadian bands that have travelled
A Music Blog, Yea? teamed up with Universal Music Canada to contest three awesome prize packs, which include the following releases;
Tove Lo -- "Queen of the Clouds" on CD
Kiesza -- "Sound of a Woman" on CD
Stars -- "No One Is Lost" on vinyl or CD
To enter the giveaway, all you
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,
City and Colour
Death Cab For Cutie
The Head and the Heart
The New Pornographers
Tokyo Police Club
Photos by Alicia Atout | @AliciaAtout