July Talk – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto 10/28/2016

July Talk continue their live assault across North America in support of their second LP Touch (Sleepless Records), and the rooms are getting bigger and bigger, including two triumphant sold-out shows at The Danforth Music Hall this past weekend. There’s not much i can really say about July Talk I haven’t said before. Listen to their records. Look at these photos. GO SEE THEM LIVE!




Catfish and the Bottlemen – live at The Edge, Toronto

Catfish and the Bottlemen released their second LP Ride earlier this year and the Welsh rockers are currently on tour across North America, headlining some dates and supporting Mumford & Sons on a few others.

Van and Bondy stopped into 102.1 The Edge studios in Toronto to perform a few acoustic numbers for the crowd.


Stay tuned to edge.ca for exclusive video of the performance and be sure to check out the boys when they come rippin’ through your town (Toronto: October 14th!)


The Kills – live at 102.1 The Edge studios

Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince came by The Edge studios in Toronto to perform a few acoustic tracks ahead of their show at The Danforth Music Hall. They are currently on tour promoting their upcoming album Ash & Ice (Domino Records).

St. Paul & The Broken Bones – Lee’s Palace, Toronto

There’s not much I can say about St. Paul & The Broken Bones that hasn’t been said in every album and concert review already. Probably something about authentic soul, that Muscle Shoals mystique, the fact that they can pack houses across North America on the strength of…wait what’s that single that’s burning up radio? Oh that’s right. They’re not played on the radio. There just not marketable enough. So what the hell were the capacity crowd at Lee’s (600) doing sweating up a storm on a Sunday night? Enjoying an incredible band that is thriving by word of mouth of their phenomenal live performances and their debut record Half The City (Single Lock Records, 2014). Fuck the industry, music is where it’s at.


July Talk – Air Canada Centre, Toronto

Toronto powerhouse July Talk played a gig at a little venue on Bay Street. Opening for the phenomenal Alabama Shakes, July Talk kicked off a great night of music at the ol’ Air Canada Centre. I was super proud to see the kids up on the big stage, and as usual, they did not disappoint! After the initial awe and humility wore off, they kicked up the energy and took no prisoners! Fans are anxiously awaiting the follow up to their self-titled debut album (released on Sleepless Records, 2012) If you aren’t familiar with the record, correct yourself now. Also, click the link below the gallery to take a walk down JT memory lane with FOH…

July Talk – 102.1 The Edge

July Talk – Horseshoe Tavern

July Talk – TURF

July Talk – Lee’s Palace