5 acts we’re stoked to see at Field Trip 2016

Field Trip

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

Review: Keita Juma and Brendan Philip @ Field Trip 2015 – Toronto

It was hot Sunday, the type of heat that just clings to your body like a warm sweaty blanket and doesn’t let go. In the midst of this blistering solar attack, Field Trip Music and Arts Festival took over old Fort York in Toronto. I wondered what would have gone

Festival Review: Field Trip Music & Arts Festival 2014

Field Trip Music & Arts

This weekend was the 2nd Field Trip Music & Arts Festival hosted by Toronto record label Arts and Crafts. June is Toronto in its zenith – Saturday brought us clear blue skies and blistering sun – Sunday brought warm sunshowers and a cool breeze, with the sun making an appearance

Giveaway: Win weekend passes to Field Trip 2014

Field Trip

In the heart of downtown Toronto on June 7th and 8th, Field Trip will be showcasing some incredible live music, highlighting the community's best culinary offerings, as well as collaborative explorations on the themes of art, photography, technology, fashion and more. Courtesy of Arts & Crafts, we're giving away two

Concert Review: Broken Social Scene at Field Trip

When Broken Social Scene announced that they’d be playing You Forgot it in People (2003) from start to finish at Toronto’s one-day festival, Field Trip, catching the show became a must. The show was in celebration of Arts & Crafts’ ten-year anniversary, the label that kicked off Broken Social Scene’s

Concert Review + Photos: Pond @ The Leadmill – Sheffield


What initially stemmed from a side project/collaborative project/whatever you want to call it of Tame Impala's, psychedelic rockers Pond add a more trippy edge to that distinct Aussie psych sound that picked up massively after Tame's success. Loose and quirky front man Nick Allbrook, who left as Tame's bass player