Sold out means sold out. [Read more…]
Future House fans have been waiting their entire lives for this one. [Read more…]
We all knew it was going to be a good show when The Danforth Music Hall was packed to the brim for No Mana. I was talking to a few people outside, and they told me that they were at the event as much for the opening act as they were for Rezz. I went for both; I could have never expected the sheer amount of energy that was pulsing through the crowd. It created a rush that both artists used to create one of the most energetic nights Toronto has had in quite some time. [Read more…]
I don’t think Rezz wore her iconic glasses the last time she performed on a tour in Toronto; that goes to show you how much can change in a year. She’s grown her unique style of music from the ground up, and with that has gained a massive following, and a stage presence that rivals some of the most world’s most popular DJ’s. [Read more…]
Continuing to show the world that he’s capable of producing so much more than trance, Thomas Gold’s latest single, “Dreamer”, features a punchy pop sound that’s capturing a world wide audience. [Read more…]
The Electronica World Tour was the first time Jarre performed in Canada, and all of Toronto knew that this show would be a treat. It begins with a three-dimensional LED screen flashing images of squares, and prisms, and pyramids. Synthesizers blast through the speakers, and then the screens pull away, revealing a lonesome figure towering above the crowd. Standing in the midst of fog and a sinister red light, with his round-glasses eyeing down the crowd, is the science-fiction-straight-out-of-a-movie Jean-Michel Jarre. I’ve been to plenty of concerts. I’ve been to plenty of festivals. Nothing compared to this. [Read more…]
Saturday, February 25th: Toronto went to church.
Mercer opened up Tchami’s highly anticipated Prophecy Tour by flooding The Danforth Music Hall with heavy bass house, and future house. Red lights engulfed the dance floor, and before Tchami had even come on everybody was dancing, shuffling, raving, and – for lack of a better word – going wild. Despite being a smaller venue, this was one of the most hyped shows Toronto has had this year. [Read more…]