Weekend one of Electric Forest came and went in a blur. The sights and sounds of the most interesting people and music seeming like blips of time and tiny specs of glitter lost in a beautiful forest haze. Here are some of the highs and lows of one magical weekend in Rothbury, MI.
The Drake Underground is no secret to the west-end of Toronto. The small but mighty venue hosted indie rock band Bad Bad Hats with The Inanimates tagging along. An early, but feel good show gave us plenty to smile about while getting me home in time to avoid the late-night club goers on a Friday night.
Are you ready to meet your Forest Family? Electric Forest is gearing up for the first of two jam-packed weekends (#8DaysOfForest) at the magical Double JJ Ranch in Rothbury, MI. Here are 5 ways to feel all the warm fuzzies and share some good vibes in the Forest!
What’s better than going to a concert? How about going to a concert, with a bunch of your pals, to see Death From Above (who have risen from the grave)?
Still catching my breath from this one. Charly Bliss had me (and the whole crowd) at the Horseshoe Tavern jumping around and dancing our hearts out.
During a very busy Canadian Music Week in Toronto, we had a chance to chat with Michelle Bensimon of Montreal’s Caveboy about performing, new music, minor setbacks and staying young at heart.
The kick off to Canadian Music Week, Matt & Kim headlined at The Phoenix on May 7th with openers Goodnight, Sunrise and Monowhales. The glitter, confetti and blow-up dolls were real.