Dan Mangan + Blacksmith – 102.1 Edge studios

Dan Mangan and his newly christened band, Blacksmith (John Walsh – bass, Kenton Loewen – drums, Gordon Grdina – guitar) came into the Edge studios to play 2 tracks off their new record “Club Meds” – Vessel and Mouthpiece (see the link below to stream and purchase the album)

 

 

Stream and purchase “Club Meds”

 

Check out our gallery shots of Dan Mangan at  Field Trip 2013 and the Andy Kim Christmas Show

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The Muscadettes – Silver Dollar Room, Toronto

Montreal surf rockers The Muscadettes played their second show ion Toronto at the Silver Dollar Room. Led by statuesque sisters Chantal and Kathleen Ambridge, The Muscadettes blast their way through California surf rock tinged with a hint of French flare. This was just their second Toronto show in as many years and after successful showcases at M for Montreal and Pop Montreal, they’ve been invited back to perform at CMF 2015. Stay tuned for details on their facebook page and get a taste for their sound with the videos below

 

Royal Tusk – The Phoenix, Toronto

Royal Tusk growlin’ and rumblin’ on stage at The Phoenix Concert Theatre, as part of 102.1 The Edge’s Jingle Bell Rock concert series featuring Wildlife and Dear Rouge.

 

Check out their Ep “Mountain” out now

Biblical – Sound Academy, Toronto

If a band describes their sound as “mountain splitting and oceans parting” they damn well better prove it. Biblical does. In spades. Their heavy, sludgy and rumbling version of rock n roll kicked off the night at Sound Academy in support of Death From Above 1979

Touring their latest record “Monsoon Season” (New Damage Records), Biblical ripped through their extended jams with energy and purpose.

Check out Monsoon Season and their website for upcoming tour dates

Death From Above 1979 – Sound Academy, Toronto

freshly reformed power duo Death From Above 1979 headline Edge 102.1’s Jingle Bell Rock series at Sound Academy, along with Phantogram and Biblical. The duo played a series of surprise pop up gigs this past summer in support of their latest record “The Physical World” (Last Gang Records).

 

Le Trouble – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto

Montreal’s Le Trouble opened up the night at The Phoenix for the Jingle Bell Rock concert series, presented by 102.1 The Edge with Royal Tusk, Dear Rouge and Wildlife

Defying “first-of-four-bands” expectations, they kicked the night off with a tight, upbeat and crowd pleasing set. Watch for the Soundcloud link after the photos.