The Cola Heads
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The brother D’Addario, two teenagers from Long Island, were born to boogie.
Story goes that both Brian and Michael (sons of a session musician) were raised on a strict diet of classic rock. The seeds were planted early, with every note absorbed.
By consequence, they’ve turned their education into a formula. The
When a crowd is ravenous for dance before the band takes the stage, you know you’re in for a good show. King Khan and the Shrines don’t disappoint. At NXNE they privilege the sold-out Legendary Horseshoe Tavern by gracing us with their royal presence.
I’m anticipating to see how the reputation for scantily clad stage antics will carry forward. The multitude in
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If you were to look at Natalie Prass, her presence is rather unassuming (svelte frame with a mop of dark locks). However, once she opens those lips - dear me, a flood of soul comes spilling out.
Strapped with a guitar that nearly riviled her, the Virginian native commenced her set
On November 16th, alternative-rock group Nada Surf will play Toronto's The Horseshoe Tavern with support from Billy Moon. Courtesy of Redeye Worldwide, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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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
October 5th, A Place to Bury Strangers played The Horseshoe in Toronto. Even though they’ve appeared pretty regularly in Toronto for the last few years, I’ve never managed to make it out to see them. Not this time. Armed with several sets of earplugs and a beer, I dug in