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"Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio makes dance music under the same name he uses for his DJ sets — Baio. His three-track solo EP Sunburn, released in 2012, twinkled with rare, hopeful-yet-melancholic magic. In 2013 he dropped another EP, Mira, and (finally) in April of this year he announced a fall 2015-anticipated, electro-pop full length under the same dance-and-DJ moniker titled The Names (titled after Don DeLillo’s 1982 novel)." ~Madison Vain, Entertainment Weekly
Dedicated to creating a new groove-based music, THE DIGS embody the unique perspective of diversity that could only come from Canada's multicultural melting pot, Toronto. To dig is to extract from the ground by breaking up earth, and The Digs are a band reaching down into the roots of American pop music and pulling up a vibrant sound that is an organically constructed embarrassment of riches.
Ultimately, The Digs consist of close friendships built upon the love of music, and the love for one another, and it is this dedication which gives them a consistently renewed energy with each jam-packed gig, each infectious groove, each funky beat. Catch The Digs while you can!
Kero Kero Bonito (sometimes shortened to KKB) are a British band from London, England. The band consists of vocalist Sarah Midori Perry, producer Gus Lobban, and producer Jamie Bulled. Their name comes from the Japanese words for frog onomatopoeia and a type of fish. The band's music is influenced by J-pop, dancehall, and video game music. They write many of their songs using a Casio SA-45 mini-keyboard. Perry raps in both Japanese and English.
Racks & Bands is a monthly party focused on one thing and one thing only, bringing booty back to the Underground.
Turn up with resident DJs Johnny Hockin and Vanity Muscles as they motivate the winin’ and grindin’, playing only the hottest in current Rap and R’n’B.
This month featuring Red Bull Bod Mon Kid MK And they always tasteful Max Mohenu
Dress 2 Sweat.
The Lighthouse and the Whaler plays indie-folk-pop and does not believe that genre labels tell you anything you need to know about a band. It has nevertheless caught the attention of MTV, Fuse, FILTER, Spinner, Under the Radar and other media outlets that cater to indie-folk-pop music fans.
DJ NaNa believes that the art of Turntablism is a science. The same precision and dedication scientists put into research and experiments, is what NaNa is known for putting into his own artform. His influences range from the common (Wu Tang Clan, Outkast, A Tribe Called Quest, Jay-Z). to the not so obvious (Zamfir, Portishead, Lamb, Fleetwood Mac), and everything else in between. A true music connoisseur, his knowledge of diverse genres of music is almost as impressive as his knack for combining them.
Bridging the gap between 4 different eras and forming a cohesive sonic bond, Conor Cutz & Rouge bring you a night of the best music from times past. From the 1970s to the early 2000s, expect to hear the best of everything from James Brown to Justice, M.J. to Biggie - tracks that defined generations, seamlessly mashed up and reworked by the infamous duo.
Quatro is a unique experience in that it combines the audio with the visual. The show truly kicks off around midnight when a renowned speed artist, Anthony Haley, takes the stage and begins performing his craft. Gaining inspiration from the crowd, music and overall feel of the night, Haley will take you on a visual quest creating piece after piece LIVE on stage.
This is Quatro.
This Thanksgiving, leave the cooking to Drake! We’re serving up a traditional Turkey Weekend dinner complete with the bird, the fixings, the wine, and of course, the pumpkin pie.
Sunday, Oct. 11th @ 6PM
$30 prix-fixe | See the menu
Reserve your spot today! There's room for the whole fam!
Call 416-531-5042 ext. 1
Nuns, the enigmatic solo project of multi-instrumentalist Hank Hanewinkel III, sprang to life in a flash of songwriting inspiration on a cold December 2012 night in Nashville, TN. As it turns out, the 24-year old had no plans whatsoever to begin writing a solo record that night. But when the muse speaks, it’s usually best to listen carefully. That’s exactly what he did.