A Guide to Wavelength Winter Festival 18

By Harry Myles, Featured Photo via Wavelength Music Wavelength Music is a non-profit arts organization established in 2000. The group puts on curated concert series in the city to support the independent music and arts scenes, championing thousands of up-and-coming artists over the past 17 years, such as Arcade Fire, Feist, and Crystal Castles. Wavelength coordinates … Continue reading

Events/Parties In Toronto [August 17-24]

By Stuart Oakes, Cover Photo Via Wavelength Music Series An (incomplete) cool list of stuff in Toronto this week! Let us know if we missed something or if there is something we should know. Have fun, be safe, and go somewhere you wouldn’t normally go! Wednesday, August 17 Meow Meow – Queer Social – “Meow Meow … Continue reading

Wavelength 2016: Saturday

By Jennifer Hyc On Saturday, February 13th, Wavelength Music Series’ sweet 16th instalment celebrated community, connection, and warmth — things you may even associate with Valentine’s Day, provided that you aren’t a total cynic. Ironically, this all took place on the coldest weekend of the year so far. Regardless of the vicious chill that threatened … Continue reading

Wavelength 2016: Friday

Story & Photos by Stuart Oakes Wavelength 16 is the sixteenth instalment of an annual music festival featuring artists in venues across Toronto, running from February 12  until February 14  It was a cold night. The kind of cold night where you pull your hands out of your pockets in order to eat a slice … Continue reading

Wavelength 2015: Photography Retrospective

By Elysse Cloma & Emily Scherzinger Wavelength Festival is done until next year, and our nostalgia has already taken over. Here’s our photography retrospective of the festival. Friday, February 13 Saturday, February 14 Sunday, February 15

Wavelength 2015: Sunday

By Leanna Luckhardt & Emily Scherzinger, Photos by Elysse Cloma & Emily Scherzinger Wavelength 15 is the fifteenth instalment of an annual music festival featuring artists in venues across Toronto, running from February 13 until February 15. For the last night of Wavelength 15, Demo ventured to the Garrison, a familiar haunt that housed the … Continue reading

Wavelength 2015: Saturday

By Leanna Luckhardt, Photos by Emily Scherzinger Wavelength 15 is the fifteenth instalment of an annual music festival featuring artists in venues across Toronto, running from February 13 until February 15. Free Skittles in hand, I stood by the merch table, waiting for the show to begin. Bass heavy music spilled out of the large … Continue reading

Opinion: Shut Up & Play The Hits—The Price Of Admission & The Price Of Entitlement

By Erik Masson When you buy a ticket to see a concert, what exactly are you getting for your money? The obvious answer is that you are buying the right to see the show, but it seems that some audience members seem to have the idea that their ticket also gives them the right to … Continue reading

Wavelength 2014: Saturday

Story & Photos by Emily Scherzinger Wavelength 14 is the fourteenth instalment of an annual music festival featuring artists in venues across Toronto, running from February 13 until February 16. The third night of Wavelength took place at the Polish Combatants Hall, a relatively unknown but large, acoustically sound venue. Gambletron, hailing from Montreal, stepped … Continue reading

Wavelength 2014: Friday

Story & Photos by Bryan Sutherland Wavelength 14 is the fourteenth instalment of an annual music festival featuring artists in venues across Toronto, running from February 13 until February 16. Adelaide Hall is a new addition to the Toronto venue circuit that shows great promise. With friendly security and bar staff, the room can be … Continue reading