Dog Drive Mantis is the Toronto (Mississauga)-based sonic brew of Derek Serbin, Mike Papaloni, Carmen Haines and Neilroy Miranda. Since their formation in October of 2015, the band has blended progressive indie post-rock with jazz fusion, always exploring new ways to add to the experiential mix that is their music. Continue Reading
Based in Toronto, musical project Output 1:1:1 creates a sonic representation of what truly makes us human: our complex emotions. Although his influences include lyricists Kendrick Lamar and Laura Marling, as well as hometown heroes Broken Social Scene and legendary English rock band Radiohead, Output 1:1:1’s creator Daniel Janvier employs Continue Reading
Bayside (Acoustic) with Kayleigh Goldsworthy Hard Luck Bar Toronto, ON November 28th, 2018 Words and Photos by Joanna Glezakos On Wednesday, November 28th, Toronto’s Hard Luck Bar filled with anticipated patrons, excited to see New York Punk Rocker’s Bayside perform a mellow, acoustic set with special guest Kayleigh Goldsworthy. Doors Continue Reading
Saves The Day The Opera House Toronto, ON November 6th, 2018 Words and Photos by Joanna Glezakos Pop-punk outfit Saves The Day performed at Toronto’s Opera House on November 6th with openers Kevin Devine and An Horse. The band kicked off their tour earlier this month in celebration of their Continue Reading
Sylvan Esso with Ian Chang The Danforth Music Hall Toronto, Ontario, Canada July 31st, 2018 Words and Photos by Joanna Glezakos Electro-Indie pop duet, Sylvan Esso perform to sold-out Toronto crowd on their first of two nights at the Danforth Music Hall. Opener, Ian Chang took the stage and surprised Continue Reading
Reel Big Fish and Anti-Flag Celebrating 20 Years The Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON, Canada Friday January 13th, 2017 Photos and words by Joanna Glezakos Ska and Punk collide for Celebrating 20 Years! A North American tour commemorating the 20th anniversary of Reel Big Fish’s classic album “Turn the Radio Off” Continue Reading
Following an open mic featuring some of Toronto’s most talented, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes took the stage in the packed Mod Club and put on a very beautiful and intimate performance.
When Phoenix’s best alternative rock band The Maine announced that they would be doing a tour in support of their fifth studio album American Candy, I was dejected to see that it was not going to my hometown, Edmonton. However, when I saw that they would be playing in Toronto Continue Reading