Another year of Camp Wavelength has come and gone. For those who are unfamiliar, Wavelength Music was established 18 years ago, and has been a hub for emerging artists ever since. Wavelength produces around 20 events per year, including Camp Wavelength in the summer, and Wavelength Music Festival in the winter. This year, Camp Wavelength took place August 18 & 19 at Fort York in Toronto, and it was one to remember:
Aidan Baker got the day started.
Boyhood hit the stage next.
Säyeskye‘s performance was powerful and inspiring; they performed many songs relating to the unrest in their home country of Iran, and stressed how important it is to “channel your energy through your art and create the change you want to see”.
Next up was Bernice.
Halifax-based Mauno was quirky, hilarious, and played an amazing set.
Next was Casper Skulls.
Frigs really turned up the heat.
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan‘s set was full of energy.
Chad VanGaalen finished out the night- but not before taking a quick rest on the ground during his first song.
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Hey, I’m Hannah! I’ve loved music since before I can remember, and I’m so excited to be combining it with my love for photography. My heart belongs to the alternative and indie genres, but I enjoy pretty much any kind of live music. You can check out more of my work at hannahmaynes.ca, or on Instagram @hmaynesphoto