STARS – live at Sugar Beach Studios, Toronto

Montreal’s STARS dropped by Sugar Beach studios to talk about their lengthy career making music for the times you don’t feel good. Their words not mine, and they have a point. Introspective, moody lyrics, simultaneously comforting and isolating, set to dreamy art-pop. The journey continues on There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light, their latest release on one and only label Arts & Crafts. STarts have a few intimate shows coming up this fall (Rough Trade Records in Brooklyn, Great Hall in Toronto) so if there are tickets available, you’d better act fast. FASTER!

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Hamilton Supercrawl – feat Sam Roberts Band, BROS., & Megative

Sam Roberts Band

 

Megative

 

BROS.

 

 

 

Burton Cummings & His Band – CNE Bandshell, Toronto

Canadian rock legend Burton Cummings took the Bandshell stage on the opening night of the Ex, to a record-breaking crowd. No surprise there, as generations of fans crowded the grounds, singing along to dozens of solo and Guess Who classics as well as some choice golden oldie covers

 

Panorama NYC Festival Day 2 – July 29th: Nick Murphy, Tame Impala, Alt-J, Vince Staples, Bleached, Belle and Sebastien

 

Tame Impala

 

Alt-J

 

 

Nick Murphy (Chet Faker)

 

Bleached

 

Mitski

 

 

Jagwar Ma

 

Vince Staples

 

Pinegrove

 

 

Belle and Sebastien

 

 

Panorama NYC Festival day 1 – July 28th: MØ, Jamila Woods, Tyler The Creator, Future Islands, Spoon, Future Islands, Foxygen

Jamila Woods