The day after Canadian Music Week wraps up, some Torontonians may already be missing seeing new bands every night. So consider the indie-rock double bill of Espen and the Witch, with Helitropes your CMW methadone. The British headliners are back with their second album, Wash the Sins Not Only the Face. Brooklyn-based Heliotropes has several EPs to its name, and is previewing a full-length to be released later this spring.
The Toronto Comedy Brawl is in the middle of a growth spurt. Despite humble beginnings, Ian Atlas’ amateur competition has grown from 64 participants to, this year, a few hundred.
If you’re looking to expand your cultural knowledge of Latin America, look no further than the aluCine Festival. This showcase of all things Latin American features a wide variety of events, including film screenings, art installations, and workshops.