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  • Thu
    Nov.
    30

    W/ Aiden Myers

    Mathew V is a 21 year old singer/songwriter based out of Vancouver BC, Canada. After 10 years of classical operatic vocal training, Mathew moved to London, England at the age of 17 to teach himself how to write pop music. Now with obvious British pop and old school Soul influences, Mathew is writing emotive and vocally led tracks such as “Tell Me Smooth” and “Broken." Mathew is currently writing with a number of collaborators including Dan Mangan, Royal Wood and DiRTY RADiO. His independent EP Sounds was released in October 2016 and his 604 Records debut is coming in early 2018.

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    Genre: Indie-pop, singer-songwriter, R&B

    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $10
    • Time: Nov. 30, 2017, 7 p.m.
  • Thu
    Nov.
    30

    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!

    • Venue: Lounge
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: Free!
    • Time: Nov. 30, 2017, 11 p.m.
  • Fri
    Dec.
    01

    With his moody electronic pop soundscapes and quavering voice, Los Angeles-based singer/producer Michl reveals little in the way of personal information, letting his sensual late-night tracks speak for themselves. He first appeared in early 2016 with the darkly alluring "Kill Our Way to Heaven," following up later that year with his self-titled debut EP. Dreamy 2017 singles "Everything'll Change" and "Waste?" mined a similar nocturnal tone.

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    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $15
    • Time: Dec. 1, 2017, 7 p.m.
  • Sat
    Dec.
    02

    Foreign Air
    Since the arrival of their debut single “Free Animal," alt-pop duo Foreign Air has enjoyed a meteoric rise as one the more recent buzziest new acts, with Pigeons & Planes dubbing them one of "20 Artist About To Blow", cracking Spotify's Viral Top 20 Chart, and earning spins from Beats 1’s Zane Lowe, KCRW, and SiriusXM Alt Nation. The pair ended 2016 with the release of their four-track EP "For The Light” which has surpassed over 13 million streams on Spotify. Foreign Air has spent the better part of 2017 on the road captivating audiences with their energetic live show supporting the likes of Phantogram, Bleachers as well as a string of summer festivals. The pair is currently bunkered in the studio recording songs for their forthcoming debut album.

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    SHAED
    SHAED is a Washington, DC-based head-bobbing pop project comprised of multi-instrumentalist twin brothers Max and Spencer Ernst and powerhouse vocalist Chelsea Lee. Lee's vocals weave divinely through the Ernst twins' pop-sensible production that can make anyone move. Their debut single, "Just Wanna See," is a genre-bending slow jam that has received international praise and favorable comparisons to bands like Florence & The Machine, Sia, Justin Timberlake, and Sylvan Esso.

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    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $15
    • Time: Dec. 2, 2017, 7 p.m.
  • Sun
    Dec.
    03

    Jaws of Love is the solo project of Los Angeles musician Kelcey Ayer, who rose to popularity as one of the singer/songwriters for indie rock outfit Local Natives. The project took shape shortly after Local Natives wrapped up sessions for their 2016 LP, Sunlit Youth, when Ayer booked himself into the same studio the band had used and recorded an entire set of solo tracks in just a few days. His moody piano-driven ballads were all inspired by different aspects of love, and he christened the endeavor Jaws of Love. Naming his debut album after his dog, Ayer released Tasha Sits Close to the Piano in September 2017.

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    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $20
    • Time: Dec. 3, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
  • Mon
    Dec.
    04

    Soundstreams’ sold out sensation returns for a third year to take Handel’s masterpiece apart, strip it down to its essence and put it back together in an electro-improv version that’s full of surprises.

    Four singers, accompanied by guitar, electronics, electric harpsichord, electric organ and turntables, will explore a selection of the work’s most popular movements through the lens of their own unique styles and cultural backgrounds.

    This year’s ensemble features all new vocalists including: CBC Music “Classical Musicians Under 30” soprano, Adanya Dunn, eclectic jazz singer-songwriter, Elizabeth Shepherd, Dora-award winning tenor Jonathan MacArthur and west-coast baritone Justin Welsh.

    Staged in the intimate, cabaret-style underground of Toronto’s iconic Drake Hotel, dramaturg Ashlie Corcoran (The Ugly One, Tarragon Theatre and Theatre Smash, The Gay Heritage Project, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre) and music director Adam Scime (Musik für das Ende, Soundstreams and New Music Concerts), return to lead these talented artists in an interactive experience that will never be the same twice.

    “This is the naughty boy of Messiahs and not to be missed!” —operaramblings blog

    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $20 Adv, $25, Door
    • Time: Dec. 4, 2017, 8 p.m.
  • Mon
    Dec.
    04

    Show us how you sing in the shower, on stage! Front the Good Enough Live Karaoke Band with this new bi-weekly series on Mondays

    • Venue: Lounge
    • Type: Live, Music
    • Cover: FREE!
    • Time: Dec. 4, 2017, 10 p.m.
  • Tue
    Dec.
    05

    Soundstreams’ sold out sensation returns for a third year to take Handel’s masterpiece apart, strip it down to its essence and put it back together in an electro-improv version that’s full of surprises.

    Four singers, accompanied by guitar, electronics, electric harpsichord, electric organ and turntables, will explore a selection of the work’s most popular movements through the lens of their own unique styles and cultural backgrounds.

    This year’s ensemble features all new vocalists including: CBC Music “Classical Musicians Under 30” soprano, Adanya Dunn, eclectic jazz singer-songwriter, Elizabeth Shepherd, Dora-award winning tenor Jonathan MacArthur and west-coast baritone Justin Welsh.

    Staged in the intimate, cabaret-style underground of Toronto’s iconic Drake Hotel, dramaturg Ashlie Corcoran (The Ugly One, Tarragon Theatre and Theatre Smash, The Gay Heritage Project, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre) and music director Adam Scime (Musik für das Ende, Soundstreams and New Music Concerts), return to lead these talented artists in an interactive experience that will never be the same twice.

    “This is the naughty boy of Messiahs and not to be missed!” —operaramblings blog

    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $20 Adv, $25 Door
    • Time: Dec. 5, 2017, 8 p.m.
  • Wed
    Dec.
    06

    Soundstreams’ sold out sensation returns for a third year to take Handel’s masterpiece apart, strip it down to its essence and put it back together in an electro-improv version that’s full of surprises.

    Four singers, accompanied by guitar, electronics, electric harpsichord, electric organ and turntables, will explore a selection of the work’s most popular movements through the lens of their own unique styles and cultural backgrounds.

    This year’s ensemble features all new vocalists including: CBC Music “Classical Musicians Under 30” soprano, Adanya Dunn, eclectic jazz singer-songwriter, Elizabeth Shepherd, Dora-award winning tenor Jonathan MacArthur and west-coast baritone Justin Welsh.

    Staged in the intimate, cabaret-style underground of Toronto’s iconic Drake Hotel, dramaturg Ashlie Corcoran (The Ugly One, Tarragon Theatre and Theatre Smash, The Gay Heritage Project, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre) and music director Adam Scime (Musik für das Ende, Soundstreams and New Music Concerts), return to lead these talented artists in an interactive experience that will never be the same twice.

    “This is the naughty boy of Messiahs and not to be missed!” —operaramblings blog

    • Venue: Underground
    • Type: Live, 19+, Music
    • Cover: $20 Adv, $25 Door
    • Time: Dec. 6, 2017, 8 p.m.