SSUN is a Toronto-based, Shanghai born and raised musician. SSUN, who describes her tracks as a mix of RnB and Pop found her love for music early on as a child. She was inspired by her father who was a...
This week is all about the weekend. You may have to wait until Friday to catch a show, but once it comes, it’ll be worth it. Artists like Cold Specks, Weaves, and Death From Above 1979 remind us why it’s great to be a Toronto music fan, while GZA brings beats straight from NYC
This week’s music selection ranges from modern (Arkells & Caribou) and slightly more classic (Sloan) Canadian rock, to internationally beloved artists known for making waves (Amanda Palmer) and moving audiences (James Blake). There’s something worth catching all week long, so take your pick
This week brings a solid lineup of bands to check out, from classics like Bob Dylan to a new post-Strokes Julian Casablancas collaboration. Throw in reunions from Interpol and Moist, a hardcore punk festival, and a beloved Irish songwriter, and it’s a good week for live music
The second week in November is a great time for music in Toronto. Tons of talented international bands are taking the stage all across the T-Dot, along with a strong representation of our own local talent. Yes, it’s cold outside, but these shows promise to heat up venues all over the city for the next seven days
This week in music will give you time to relax – ‘cause it’s all about the weekend. You’ll be spoiled for choice all weekend long, so forget the weekdays and save your energy for Friday and Saturday when you’d be smart to bounce from venue to venue
This week in music is all about nostalgia. Bands you'll remember from the 70s, 90s, and early 2000s are all making their stop in Toronto over the next six nights. Plus, a legendary music venue is closing its doors, and it’s throwing a huge party to say goodbye
All the great shows are happening during the week this week; no need to wait for the weekend, since you’ll probably be heading home for Thanksgiving anyway. There are plenty of opportunities to get your indie rock, singer-songwriter, and electro-pop fix in well before all the tryptophan tires you out