Wavelength Music Series came back to the Garrison for a cozy weekend with Wavelength Winter Festival Feb. 16-18 in Toronto. The music series, celebrating its 18th anniversary, brought the best of Toronto’s local music and arts scene with a lineup of genre-crossing artists, art installations by Roxanne Ignatius, projections by General Chaos Visuals, and even hot chocolate provided by ChocoSol to keep everyone warm.
Night one had us swaying and dancing with a DJ set from Brendan Canning (of Broken Social Scene), ambient sounds from MI Blue, sunny pop tunes courtesy of Bossie, a lively DJ set from OBUXUM, and electro-pop from Plazas.
Night two featured an anticipated set from dark ambient rock trio Odonis Odonis, psychedelic sounds from Freak Heat Waves, punk rock courtesy of Tough Age, energetic indie rock from Kurt Marble, and prog-rock from Luge.
Night three’s dreamy vibes featured electro art-rock duo Buke and Gase, danceable indie pop rock from Omhouse, an uplifting, lively set from Fusilier, beautiful ambient sounds courtesy of You’ll Never Get To Heaven, and a stellar jazz performance from Joseph Shabason.
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I’ve been involved in music my whole life and have developed a passion for helping out or working in the industry any way I can. I’m interested in helping talented artists gain the recognition they deserve in this crazy business. I am currently studying Communication Studies at York University in Toronto, and working at a local theatre doing marketing and communications, as well as helping out a local festival called Rock the Coliseum. Indie, alt-rock/pop, and metal are my favourites but I’m open to all music genres! If I’m not at a show, I’m doing yoga, grabbing coffee, or looking for some craft beer.