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  • Join our team!

    Wavelength is seeking a Marketing & Communications Manager who is enthusiastic about Toronto's independent music and arts scenes, and excited to engage with them creatively! Job  Read More

  • Thank You Emma!

    We at Wavelength would like to bid a very fond farewell to Emmalia (Emma) Bortolon-Vettor, who last month departed Wavelength after over two years of  Read More

  • Welcome: Daniel Monkman!

    Wavelength announces new Artistic Associate & concert curator Daniel Monkman (of Zoon + Ombiigizi) plus fall Wavelength Monthly Series shows The Wavelength Music Series is pleased  Read More

  • Bonnie Trash: The WL Interview

    Purveyors of: heavy, hypnotic riffs, pounding drums, spooky soundscapes, and eerie lyricism.  File next to: Black Sabbath, PJ Harvey, Godspeed! You Black Emperor, Siouxsie & the  Read More

  • We Are Hiring!

    Wavelength is seeking a Summer Marketing Assistant who is enthusiastic about Toronto's independent music and arts scenes, and excited to engage with them creatively! Job Description OVERVIEW: The  Read More

  • Reimagining Music Venues survey

      Thinking about the future of music venues? We want to hear from you! The Reimagining Music Venues survey is part of a research project by Wavelength  Read More

  • Wavelength Call for Archival Material!

      We're looking for photos, videos, posters + more from the early years of our series (2000-2010). Did you attend or perform at a Wavelength Music Series  Read More

  • Watch it again: the Wavelength Winter Fest Speaker Series 2022 on Community Care

    Watch Again: Maylee Todd x Maloo on self care and the extension of the digital self. Premiered: Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSHAr2fxKaI Watch Again: A conversation on community  Read More

  • LISTEN: Any Night of the Week: A Walking History of Toronto Music

      Part civic history and part memoir from Wavelength co-founder Jonny Dovercourt, Any Night of the Week is a podcast series that takes the form of  Read More