WAVELOG

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  • Anthems Of The Void: The WL Interview

    Purveyors of: Interstellar avant-garde rock File next to: Broadcast, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Jefferson Airplane, Cocteau Twins (their dark stuff) Playing: Wavelength Summer Music & Arts Festival Night  Read More

  • Art D’Ecco – The WL Interview

    Purveyor of: Androgynous Glitter Melancholy File next to: Blondie, Siouxie and the Banshees, New Order. Playing: Wavelength Summer Music & Arts Festival Saturday, August 17th at  Read More

  • VERSA: The WL Interview

    Purveyors of: The look of music File next to: Pauline Oliveros and Godspeed You! Black Emperor Playing: Wavelength Monthly Music Series: “Solstizio,” Friday, June 21st at  Read More

  • Gordon Grdina: The WL Interview

    Purveyor of: Arabic-inspired free-improvisation and chamber-jazz composition File next to: Matthew Shipp, Jerusalem In My Heart Playing: Wavelength Monthly Music Series: Solstizio, Friday June 21 @ 918  Read More

  • Anastasia Minster: The WL Interview

    Purveyor of: Dark chamber jazz-pop File next to: iamthemorning, Esben and the Witch, Marissa Nadler, Chelsea Wolfe Playing: Wavelength Monthly Music Series: “Solstizio,” Friday June 21 at 918  Read More

  • Arraymusic: A Not-So-Hidden Hub for Left-Field Sounds

    One of our favourite things about putting together shows here at Wavelength is animating unconventional spaces. Rock clubs are fine and all, but we aim  Read More

  • Roach: The WL Interview

    Purveyors of: Tasty angst-filled daydreams for your ears. File Next to: Alvvays, Soccer Mommy, Snail Mail. Playing: Sunday May 19th @ Arraymusic with Mary Ocher + Your  Read More

  • Lake Versions: The WL Interview

    Editor’s Note: We asked Bradley Davis of Fresh Snow to interview his bandmate Tim Condon’s new side project Lake Versions. We thought it would be  Read More

  • Mary Ocher + Your Government: The WL Interview

    Purveyors of: Performative, digestible subversion. File next to: Norma Tanega, Vera Lynn, Nina Hagen, Klaus Nomi. Playing: Sunday, May 19th at Arraymusic (155 Walnut Ave, Toronto). Get  Read More