Photos by Tiffany Lam. July 8th, 2013 – Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) / Quebec City Summer Festival 2013

Passion Pit

 

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Weezer

Check out more photos from our Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) coverage HERE.

Another Wayback Wednesday share! Some old photos (new edits) of Passion Pit, MGMT & Weezer last summer at Festival d’Ete de Quebec, July 9 2013 #FEQ Photos by Tiffany Lam. July 8th, 2013 – Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) / Quebec City Summer Festival 2013…

Photos by Tiffany Lam. July 8th, 2013 – Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) / Quebec City Summer Festival 2013

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Ellie Goulding

Check out Tiffany’s interview with the lovely Ellie Goulding! Click the image below, or visit this direct link here: http://intothecrowdmagazine.com/2013/07/24/interview-ellie-goulding-at-the-quebec-city-summer-festival-2013/
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7Check out more photos from our Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) coverage HERE.

Wayback Wednesday! Have you checked out our photos of Diamond Rings & Ellie Goulding at Festival d’Ete de Quebec back in July? #FEQ Photos by Tiffany Lam. July 8th, 2013 – Festival d’Ete de Québec (FEQ) / Quebec City Summer Festival 2013…

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Review by Renee Tran / Photos by Winnie Surya. Manhattan garage-rock band SKATERS performed earlier in April at The Drake Underground. Coming close to the end of their tour, the show in Toronto was a rugged and jaded performance. The stream of hard bass and drum line throughout the show drowned the crowd in head banging, body jamming, and feet wondrously moving music.

Debuting their album Manhattan – a tribute to young adult ventures, cliché the quote goes, “let the night take you away.” The performance SKATERS displayed, was as though it went by this skeleton with a pinch of, “let’s make some chaos.”

The stage was back dropped of SKATERS ‘NYC Bolt’ logo, red collaged decorated drums, with the lights dimmed to a perfect purple glow. The set-up to their performance was perfectly ornate.

Michael Ian Cummings’ persistent vocals in the intoxicating instrumentals made it an ear perching catch – his engagement with the crowd made it a more intimate show. With Dan Burke on bass, his solid stance and musky glare combined with Joshua Hubbard’s (guitarist) chill swagger made it a dynamic atmosphere to enjoy. The hard-hitting drummer, Noah Rubin did an excellent job of making SKATERS’ performance climatic with the absolute realization of wanting more. And more and more SKATERS’ gave with an encore.

As the night progressed into the end of SKATERS’ show, the entirety of their first headlining show in Toronto was a solid and ear ringing performance.

SKATERS’ in Toronto, check.

Check out SKATERS performing “Deadbolt” in Toronto below.

Check out our review + photos of @skatersnyc show in Toronto here: Review by Renee Tran / Photos by Winnie Surya. Manhattan garage-rock band SKATERS performed earlier in April at The Drake Underground.

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By Savana Ogburn. This spring, the indie pop duo, Twenty One Pilots, embarked on their second tripforconcerts_ North American tour. After witnessing my first Twenty One Pilots headliner last fall, it was evident why fans were so eager to see the band- from their catchy music to their energetic leaps across the stage, Twenty One Pilots knows how to engage an audience and put on an amazing show.

The spring tour was no different.

As the house lights dimmed, fans’ excited shouts could be heard around the venue and continued all the way through the opening song, “Guns For Hands”. The band brought back many of their past crowd-pleasers such as drummer Josh Dun‘s backflip off of an upright piano and drum solos played on top of the crowd.

During Twenty One Pilots‘ last song, “Trees”, tons of show-goers around the venue illustrated the loyalty of the fan base by holding up hand-made signs that read “Thank You” to show their appreciation for the band and their music. The band’s dedication to their fans paired with their catchy music and meaningful lyrics will surely continue leading them on a path to success.

Don’t miss Twenty One Pilots on the remaining dates of the tripforconcerts_spring2014 tour!

SETLIST:
Guns for Hands
Migraine
Ode to Sleep
Screen
Isle of Flightless Birds
Anathema
Forest
Mad World (Tears For Fears cover)
Holding on to You
House of Gold
Semi-Automatic
The Run and Go
Fake You Out
Car Radio
Trees

Read @savanaogburn review of @twentyonepilots (+ check her photos from the show too) here: By Savana Ogburn. This spring, the indie pop duo, Twenty One Pilots, embarked on their second tripforconcerts_ North American tour.

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By Daniel Hadfield. UK based pop punk band, Neck Deep performed their first Toronto show last April 5th at the Hard Luck Bar. Check out Daniel’s photos from the sold out show below!

Check out @Hadfield_Daniel photos of @NeckDeepUK show in Toronto here: By Daniel Hadfield. UK based pop punk band, Neck Deep performed their first Toronto show last April 5th at the Hard Luck Bar.

ALBUM REVIEW: Stop Dead - Dirt and Dust

ALBUM REVIEW: Stop Dead (@stopdeadmusic) - Dirt and Dust

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Artist: Stop Dead
Album: Dirt and Dust
Release Date: March 18

By Karmin Yu. Recently, many of This Century’s fans were taken aback (not in a good way) by Alex Silverman’s departure from the band. Although we here at Into The Crowd Magazine do wish him the very best and do respect his decision, we wondered, was there any way to fill this void? While we were all busy moping about this sad news, in…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Eagles in Drag - Self Titled

Read our review of @8123 new artist, Eagles in Drag here:

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Artist: Eagles in Drag
Album: Eagles in Drag
Release Date: March 25
Rate: 5/5

By Lauren Lyford. Some of our very favorite 8123 dudes compiled themselves into a new project entitled Eagles in Drag. The group is made up of Ryan Gose of This Century, Eric Halvorsen of A Rocket to the Moon, Trey Nickelsen of Fairline, and John O’Callaghan and Jared Monaco of The Maine. This talented group of fellas…

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Last March 19, The Neighbourhood performed at the Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD with Born Casual and Kitten. Check out Lilly Nguyen photos from the show below!

LIVE PHOTOS: The Neighbourhood @ Baltimore, MD Last March 19, The Neighbourhood performed at the Rams Head Live in Baltimore, MD with Born Casual…

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Irish four-piece indie band, The Strypes made their way to Toronto last week and performed at Virgin Mobile Mod Club. Check out Feli Langlois photos from the show below!

LIVE PHOTOS: The Strypes (@the_strypes) @ Toronto, ON Irish four-piece indie band, The Strypes made their way to Toronto last week and performed at Virgin Mobile Mod Club.
MUSIC MONDAY: Love, Robot

Suggested by: Chloe Hoy, Writer Black pop band Love, Robot, is gearing up for the release of their upcoming album, “B.A.D.” The Long Island-based quartet dabbles in rock, alternative, and pop in their emotionally-heavy tunes, and is fronted by the vocals of Alexa San Roman.

MUSIC MONDAY: Love, Robot

Suggested by: Chloe Hoy, Writer Black pop band Love, Robot, is gearing up for the release of their upcoming album, “B.A.D.” The Long Island-based quartet dabbles in rock, alternative, and pop in their emotionally-heavy tunes, and is fronted by the vocals of Alexa San Roman.



11.17 - Yellowcard
11.20 - All Time Low
11.20 - The Maine
11.21 - Lights
11.25 - With Eyes Like Mine
12.06 - blessthefall
12.11 - Every Avenue/Set It Off
12.14 - A Loss For Words/Transit
01.29 - WCAR/The Used


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