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Toronto Concerts Events - page 5

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Collective Concerts Presents Dum Dum Girls with Ex Cops BB Guns Dum Dum Girls Dum Dum Girls are a noise pop band which formed in 2008 in Los Angeles, Califonia, United States. The band currently consists of Dee-Dee (vocals, guitar), Jules (guitar, vocals), Malia (bass, vocals) and Sandy (drums, vocals). Dee Dee formed Dum Dum Girls [more]

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Sound Empire (Barrie, Ontario), 46 Dunlop St, Toronto Ontario Canada

In what has been a whirlwind few months, Henry Fongs big-room progressive and electro-house sound, coupled with his precise DJ skills, have launched him as one of the best new acts around. Henrys musical ambitions began after college graduation, when producing & DJing grew from merely a hobby to a way of life. Now calling LA home, the young [more]

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Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Lee's Palace Presents Courtney Barnett San Fermin Welcome to the world of Courtney Barnett, a hot, hazy place where 'suburban banalities' and 'mindless procrastination' have never sounded so compelling. The 24-year-old Melbourne-based singer, guitarist and songwriter has created a candid lyrical space for her growing legions of devotees [more]

UNIUN, 473 Adelaide Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada

Factory Fridays presents Billon Billon was formed at the start of 2013 by London based producers Ed Butler and Robbie Lamond.Combining crisp, cutting edge production with a love of classic analogue synths, Billon create a sound that both nods to the past and looks to the future of electronic music, drawing influence from classic house, [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Lee's Palace Presents Sheezer with Lonely Parade Petra Glynt Sheezer Circa 1994–2001 or so, angsty but wistful teens loved Weezer. Songs like “The World Has Turned and Left Me Here” and “Undone (The Sweater Song)” got at the awkwardness and alienation that defined a certain kind of 90s adolescent experience. And the sweet [more]

The Hoxton, 69 Bathurst Street, Toronto Ontario Canada

Electric Youth Electric Youth is a canadian duo based in Toronto, formed by Austin Garrick and Bronwyn Griffin. They grew up together and started producing demos emulating 80’s synthpop tunes. They appeared on the well-known compilation “Valerie and Friends” and also were featured on the debut albums of Grum and College. The duo [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Embrace Presents The Wild Feathers with Special Guests Apache Relay Desert Noises The Wild Feathers Long before it got broken up into a million sub-genres, rock & roll was just rock & roll. Pure, true, organic. Six strings, booming harmonies and the call of the open road. It's a singularly American tradition that Nashville's The Wild [more]

The Hoxton, 69 Bathurst Street, Toronto Ontario Canada

Arcade with Fake Blood & Sinden Fake Blood Fake Blood is an alias used by DJ Touché, also half of The Black Ghosts (which Touché has remixed under the Fake Blood alias). His original productions included two major club hits, “Mars” and “Blood Splashing (Fake Blood Theme)”. In 2009, He released the “Fix Your Accent” EP, including [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

Lee's Palace Presents The Ataris with Teenage Kicks The Ataris The Ataris are four friends creating words and music in the basements and dive bars of the world, while young souls pile into the microphone and spill beer into our effects pedals. Honest stories and organic sounds, chock full of heart, sincerity and beautiful mistakes. [more]

Lees Palace and The Dance Cave, 529 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada | show on map

102.1 The Edge & Lee's Palace Present Mounties with The Gay Nineties Mounties Mounties is a Canadian indie rock supergroup, consisting of singer-songwriter Hawksley Workman, Steve Bays of Hot Hot Heat and Ryan Dahle of Limblifter.First proposed by Workman when the three socialized during the Juno Awards of 2009,the trio released its debut [more]