The Chainsmokers – 05/30/17 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto

The Chainsmokers bring their headlinging tour to Air Canada Centre in Toronto, in support of their latest release “Memories Do Not Open”

Thanks to special guest contributor  Angel Marchini Photography for the post!

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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).

Whitehorse – Danforth Music Hall

Whitehorse packed the Danforth Music Hall for a hometown show on their Sweet Disaster tour, in support of Leave No Bridge Unburned (Six Shooter). The husband and wife duo of Luke Doucet and Melissa McLelland were joined throughout the night by some talented musical friends and family including Tanya Tagaq, Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay of July Talk, Toronto guitarist Sam Taylor and Luke’s dad Rollie Doucet.

 

Death From Above 1979 – 102.1 The Edge

Acoustic guitar and mandolin. Yep that pretty much sums up DFA1979. Well ok not really, but that’s what we got a taste of during their performance at 102.1 The Edge this past week. A very cool re-working of tracks from “The Physical World” (Trainwreck 1979, Virgins & White is Red) that didn’t blow the roof off of Corus Quay.

The Bots – Edgefest 2015, Toronto

LA duo The Bots played a scorching set on the main stage at the second instalment of Edgefest 2015, Echo Beach Toronto

Check out these young, super talented brothers and their latest record “Pink Palms” at www.thebotsband.com

Whitehorse – live at 102.1 The Edge studios, Toronto

Roots-Rock duo Whitehorse stopped in to the Edge studios this week to perform a couple of tracks of their latest record “Leave No Bridge Unburned” (out now on Six Shooter Records). Live looping vocals, drums and guitar, Whitehorse (Luke Doucet, Melissa McClelland) performed “Downtown” and “The One I Hurt” and gave the studio a special bonus cover of The Band’s Ophelia. Stay tuned to http://www.edge.ca for exclusive video.

 

Whitehorse is hittin’ the road, touring extensively across North America right into spring, including a Toronto date, at the legendary Massey Hall, May 8th in association with Canadian Music Week 2015.

 

Be sure to check out “No Bridge Left Unburned” and scroll down for official video of “Downtown.”