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Posts Tagged ‘toronto’

Is Drake Trying Too Hard To Make “The 6″ A Thing?

Is Drake Trying Too Hard To Make “The 6″ A Thing?

October 30th, 2014

Months ago, Drake announced that his new album (which won’t be out till 2015) is going to be called Views From The 6. For those who were confused about the title, he clarified it on Twitter for us: “My album title is VIEWS FROM THE 6. The 6 is Toronto.” He also went on to […]

Lights Brings Her Illuminating Set To Toronto

Lights Brings Her Illuminating Set To Toronto

October 27th, 2014

Lights has long been a fixture here at Much, from the moment we saw her music video for February Air to our daily spins of her latest single, Up We Go. Her confident brand of electro-pop has solidified her as a bonafide star in Canada and beyond and the singer had a homecoming of sorts […]

Check Out Photos Of Bastille’s Stadium-Rockin’ Night In Toronto!

Check Out Photos Of Bastille’s Stadium-Rockin’ Night In Toronto!

October 16th, 2014

Bastille are clearly a stadium rock band. Their anthems Pompeii and Things We Lost In the Fire were meant to be heard in a large setting like that, with fans clapping along to every thumping drum beat and singing along the words to the triumphant choruses and now, thanks to their star status, they have […]

Charli XCX Brings Girl Power To Toronto

Charli XCX Brings Girl Power To Toronto

October 14th, 2014

Charli XCX has grown into a bonafide pop star over the past few years and it’s not only clear in her chart-topping hits and collabs, but her dynamic live shows as well. The British songwriter is a firecracker onstage, exploding with charisma and confidence, leading a packed crowd at Toronto’s The Hoxton into an evening […]

The Weeknd Brings The XO Love To His Hometown Show

The Weeknd Brings The XO Love To His Hometown Show

September 22nd, 2014

The Weeknd brought his latest tour home to Toronto last night at the Molson Amphitheatre and his fans were there to greet him with all of the hugs and kisses. The once-protege of Drake has now cultivated his very own loyal following and it is clear that he is a star is his own right. […]

Simple Plan and Kiehl’s Team Up To Rock Out For Kids

Simple Plan and Kiehl’s Team Up To Rock Out For Kids

September 10th, 2014

Combine your love of shopping and music for a good cause next week with Kiehl’s and Simple Plan! Kiehl’s and the beloved Canadian pop-rockers have partnered up and created Kiehl’s Rock for Kids in support of the Simple Plan Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping children and youth who cope with handicap or illness. Next […]

Metric, City and Colour, Tokyo Police Club and More Cap Off This Year’s Riot Fest Toronto

Metric, City and Colour, Tokyo Police Club and More Cap Off This Year’s Riot Fest Toronto

September 8th, 2014

Riot Fest Toronto concluded with a star-studded day two line up that included Canadian bands Metric, City and Colour, The New Pornographers, Tokyo Police Club and Stars. That’s not all, though! The National, Die Antwoord and Death Cab For Cutie rounded out the bill, plus this marks one of Death Cab For Cutie’s last shows […]

Day One Of Riot Fest Rocked On With Death From Above 1979, The Flaming Lips and More!

Day One Of Riot Fest Rocked On With Death From Above 1979, The Flaming Lips and More!

September 8th, 2014

Riot Fest returned to Toronto for its third year this past weekend and boy was it a jam-packed weekend of rockin’ acts. From Toronto faves Death From Above 1979 to dynamic international bands Rise Against, Taking Back Sunday and The Flaming Lips, the first day of the two-day event kept our ears buzzing, our foreheads […]

Death From Above 1979 Discuss Their Return In The Age Of Social Media

Death From Above 1979 Discuss Their Return In The Age Of Social Media

September 4th, 2014

When Toronto duo Death From Above 1979 first broke up in 2006, the world was just starting to wrap their heads around the idea of social media and interactive platforms such as MySpace. In fact, Jesse F. Keeler and Sebastien Grainger didn’t even create a MySpace account till after they broke up. Eight years later, […]

A TIFF Movie For Every Mood: Check Out Our Film Guide Now!

A TIFF Movie For Every Mood: Check Out Our Film Guide Now!

September 4th, 2014

The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off this week and as we prepare to line up and wait to get a glimpse of our favourite movie stars, we’re also trying to narrow down the list of films we are dying to catch. With hundreds of movies premiering at TIFF, scrolling through the list of titles […]

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