Judging from the mass turnout of teenage Vancouverites that collected at the Vogue Theatre’s front stage, it could have been a Taylor Swift or a Justin Bieber concert. Thankfully they were instead loyal fans of the Canadian indie-pop/rock sensation Mother Mother, proving that even youngsters can have a mature and seasoned taste in music.
Indie-rock musicians are known for being moody, serious and so self-introspective that their social skills border ineptitude. Come across one that parlays such incredible wit and humor and you have a rarity. Come across a few more and you have the boys of Foals.
If you are expecting to see a deathly dark performance by My Chemical Romance on their current North American tour, their new kaleidoscope of color might just burst your bubble.
What is it about Pete Yorn? Maybe it’s the slightly disheveled shaggy hair, or the effortless way he croons into the microphone through a perma-grin that has the tongues of all pop/folk/indie-rock music fans wagging.
After roughly six years since releasing Born 4, Jakalope have reinvented themselves as a band, with front woman Chrystal Leigh singing the enchantingly dark melodies of the new album, Things That Go Jump in the Night.
Ontario’s best kept secret Birthday Boys will be taking their enraging and visceral live performance on the road in March alongside Detroit’s Electric Six.