Posts Filed Under: “punk rock”
These local punk-rock funnymen show serious artistic growth on their newest release.
'60s pop and '70s punk collide on The BB Guns' latest EP.
Thursday night will feature African-influenced Francophone pop, a food-obsessed rapper, and Korean punks. What more do you need?
The Wavelength Festival may be a teenager, but this past weekend, it showed no signs of angst.
A pop-punk label offers an alternative to the holly-jolly tedium.
A roundup of this year's best local releases.
A local label's founders talk about their love of cassette tapes and Roy Orbison.
Local lords of loud bring live energy to their Sub Pop debut.
Feist may have won this year's Polaris Prize, but the gala was as much about showcasing talent as it was giving away giant cheques.
Local noise-punk acts team up for something loud, violent, and awesome.
First-ever Toronto edition of Riot Fest proves that punks don't really age, they just start eating better.
Local band gives countrified Clash.
Local "art punks" create a great EP with a ridiculous name.
Torontoist sent four writers and one photographer to wander the city for this year's edition of NXNE. Here's what they learned.
There was a lot going on during the closing weekend of NXNE, including veteran rappers, chest-thumping punk bands, and indie-rock boat cruises.
There's so much happening at North by Northeast, it's impossible to catch everything. Here's some of what you missed last night.
Punk rock and buzz bands and goth girls! Oh my!
It didn't matter if you came out looking for punk, pop, hip-hop or celebrity children, the first night of NXNE had something for everyone.