Ever since Pete Townshend coined the term “power pop” in 1967, fans, critics and musicians alike have clung to its principles of crunchy guitars, smooth harmonies and tales of tragic young love, in the never-ending battle to keep rock and roll’s flame burning brightly.
Ivory Hours is the ever-evolving indie-pop outlet of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Luke Roes.
The Fluxes began as solo artist Josh Charbot's follow-up band to Josh Charbot and The Wild Ones, who backed him on his 'Life During Wartime' and 'A Different Shade Of Blue' albums.
The Toronto vocalist and songwriter leads a dynamic band combining blistering hard rock with gritty funk.
The voice drifting into the lobby from the soundcheck sounds so timeless it might be emerging from some ancient well of souls at the end of the world, but it’s also fresh and vulnerable.
Kingston-based alt-rock outfit Kasador spent their first 3 years cutting their teeth on the road, garnering attention from their engaging and high-energy live performances.