By: Gemma Mastroianni
Live music is here for you every day of the week on our Instagram. Now, here is our lineup and set times for week 2!
Quezal | Monday, March 30th 7:30pm
Dream Pop and Alternative R&B with some beautiful and stunning vocals.
The High Loves | Tuesday, March 31st 7:30pm
High Loves are a Toronto based indie-rock four-piece, inspired by the likes of eternal greats The Beatles, and more recent indie darlings such as The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys. This band is on a mission -- to bring good, sensible, pop music to everyone you know -- to be classic, and yet to be novel -- to be at home near the world of conventional classic songwriting, and yet to not be alien to the world of experimentation.
Michelle Treacy | Wednesday, April 1st 7:30pm
Driven by a need to create music that empowers, the indie-pop artist always seems to have something to say. Her songs are dark, unique and quirky, while her voice is dripping with angst and emotion. During Lady Gaga's ArtRave tour, Treacy joined the pop icon on stage where she performed for 10 minutes alongside Gaga in front of more than 20,000 people in Montreal. Don't miss her stunning and breathtaking performance!
Zoe Xandra | Thursday, April 2nd 7:30pm
From Waterloo to Toronto, Zoe Xandra has grown and shaped her melodic pop sound with life experiences and thrived off providing authentic emotions through each track. Her song “Better off Alone” serves sublime messages that relate to each and every one of us, capturing the essence of the difficulties of moving on from lost love.
Brkn Love | Friday, April 3rd 8:00pm
BRKN LOVE is Justin Benlolo. Born and raised in Canada, Justin cut his teeth by obsessing over the likes of Soundgarden and Led Zeppelin in his youth, while learning how to write music. With the advent of bands such as Royal Blood and Highly Suspect, he recognized the potential for a “different kind of band—that’s not too macho and slick, but edgy enough for the punks.”
Olivia Rose | Saturday, April 4th 7:30pm
Olivia Rose was born and raised in the small, Canadian farming town of Elk Point, Alberta. Having always been surrounded by country music, there was never a doubt in her mind that she would pursue her dream of music. Having already performed on some of Alberta’s finest stages, including opening for Brett Kissel, Aaron Pritchett, Chad Brownlee, Charlie Major & more, her determination and talent will only continue to push her to grow for years to come.
Revive The Rose | Sunday, April 5th 7:00pm
A gutsy, every-man band from Niagara. They’re the kind of band that turn heads when they play live.Revive the Rose provides the party and the most powerful shredding rock and roll in town! Telling real stories from an everyday point of view of hit and miss. A collection of honest and straight forward songs touching on themes of life, love, learning, and moving forward. Revive the Rose has conquered Southern Ontario, and always ready to prove that rock and roll will never die.
The band has quickly made its mark in Southern Ontario, opening for acts such as Monster Truck, Danko Jones, Crown Lands, The Glorious Sons, The Standstills, illScarlett, The Lazys, The Mahones.After touring in Ontario, their lead single “Nine To Five” generated attention at Canadian radio, most notably at97.7 HTZ-FM. As well, they scored#1 pick for Alan Cross' "Bands You Must Hear This Week" on 102.1 the Edge with their song "Moxie". All doing so as an unsigned band.