"The evening started out with Jone Osborne. Jone Played a solid one and a half hour set and sang her hits including "what if god was one of us" overall a good show there where some pitch problems and"... (read full reviews)
"This is my 4 year in a row at sasquatch and overall this year has been a lot better
positive: Less advertising, more art.
negatives: you need to pave the walk way back to camp, the sound was"... (read full reviews)
"The Lighthouse and the Whaler was awesome. Great venue too. Matt Pond was good but had a lot of slower ballads on the album which made for a very chill crowd late on a Sunday night."... (read full reviews)
"I love Hot Water Music and was stoked not only to find them coming to town, but at a very reasonable admission on top of that ($25! MORE bands should fall in this range. At that price I can see 12"... (read full reviews)
"while a lot more mellow than the Black Crowes , CR still know how to entertain an audience.
The new band is very tight especially the Rhythm section. The band draws from Covers , CR's solo albums"... (read full reviews)
"St Ettienne surprised me with a 'younger' audience turnout and a new album that was a little more commercial but pretty danceable. Sarah Cracknell kept the audience enthralled, not quite 'entranced',"... (read full reviews)
"Nightbox was pretty good. Most of their songs sounded the same, but it was a good song.
Bravestation were great. Need to hear more of them.
Archives were a nice warm up band for the above 2."... (read full reviews)
"Suuns kicked it - period. Emotionally attached to the songs, and engaging to the audience (though only 30 peole or so in attendance - yes, a Monday night...but come on Calgary, if you can get out for"... (read full reviews)
"Great bands (all 4 of them). Terri Nunn seemed genuinely happy to be the host and was good at the job. The B-52s were the best at getting the crowd going but they had the most perky music. The Fixx"... (read full reviews)
"So the show was really for Darkest Hour...but to me and to most of the crowd Periphery and Veil of Maya were the real hits. They were only able to play about 5-7 songs each but they were AMAZING! I"... (read full reviews)
"I was glad to see that the vocals from their last album were not part of this perfomance. I enjoyed that show also, but it was more of a novelty for me than something I would like the band to try and"... (read full reviews)
"The first song was a little concerning as the sound levels seemed to be off, however, once the levels were adjusted the rest of the night was outstanding. Cope more than provided a great show, and the"... (read full reviews)
"Project 86 delivered a cathartic, muscular and heavy set of old faves and new - the assault was excellent. Flatfoot 56 brought their celtic punk energy and charisma and were just flat out FUN."... (read full reviews)
"I have been listening Black Heart Procession for a while, so I was very pleased to see them coming to Toronto. Still, in Canada a lot of great bands are not known (not enough independent radios ?). We"... (read full reviews)