If you can't wait to see the Chicago DJ duo at B.C. Place Stadium, you can watch a live stream of their show in Washington, D.C., on Friday (December 13). Part of Flosstradamus's IRL Tour, the concert is scheduled to start at 9:30 p.m. Pacific time.
And if you can't wait until tomorrow either, here's the video for the track "Crowd Ctrl" by Flosstradamus and DJ Sliink.
While Filipinas are busy challenging workplace sexism in the Philippines with ad campaign, German male celebrities are kissing off homophobia with a sexy new campaign.
Thirteen straight male German celebrities have joined GQ Germany's Gentlemen Against Homophobia campaign in a series of photos called #Mundpropaganda (which is a play on the German terms for "word of mouth" and "kissing propaganda"). It's in response, in part, to Russia's antigay legislation.
The photos will be published in public advertising spaces, such as on transit and billboards, in Germany.
Not quite in the holiday spirit yet? Here's a bunch of Christmas tunes to get you in the mood for baking, shopping, decorating, and the inevitable yelling at your relatives.
First up is 16-year-old David Thibault, who sounds so much like Elvis that it's scary.
Second up to bat, an ode to our favourite Canadian, Santa Claus.
And, of course, no holiday would be complete without Shirley Gnome sounding off about what she really wants this season.
What's your favourite holiday tune, folks? Post a link in the comments below!
Live Nation has announced that American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist St. Vincent will perform at the Commodore Ballroom on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, in support of her upcoming album, St. Vincent.
St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, has been recording and touring constantly since the release of her critically-acclaimed third album, Strange Mercy, and her collaborative album with David Byrne, Love This Giant.
"I finished the Strange Mercy tour in Japan and went directly into Love This Giant rehearsals and the subsequent North American tour," explains Clark.
Live Nation has announced that Vancouver-based world music group Delhi 2 Dublin and Canadian electronic duo the Funk Hunters will co-headline a show at the Commodore Ballroom on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Delhi 2 Dublin has played top festivals in Canada, the UK, and the U.S., and in 2011 expanded its horizons to include performances in the Pacific Rim and Europe. Concert-goers can expect an upbeat performance filled with the group's signature mix of Bhangra, Celtic, dub, rock, and electronic sounds.
Live Nation has announced that Canadian rock group Mounties will play a show at the Commodore Ballroom--with guest Rich Aucoin--on Friday, March 21, 2014, as part of the Straight Series.
The members of Mounties (Hawksley Workman, Ryan Dahle, and Steve Bays) first met in 2009 and participated in an improvised two-week recording session three years later.
Known for their collective work in Limblifter, Age of Electric, Hot Hot Heat, and Fur Trade--along with their celebrated solo identities--the Mounties had their first hit in early 2013 with “Headphones.”
The band's debut album, Thrash Rock Legacy, will be released on March 4.
Look above for an artist’s approximation of what the Donnelly Group is expecting to see by the end of tonight (December 9).
It’s the 12th Annual Donnelly Fund Toy Drive, and you’re invited to bring your unwrapped toys or non-perishable food items to the Queen’s Republic (958 Granville Street).
In return, you’ll get a night of carousing, canapés, and Kyprios, not to mention sets from DJs Flipout, Zak Santiago, Jay Swing, Marvel, Seko, Rico Uno, J-Fresh, and Sailor Gerry.
The gifting commences at 8 p.m.
Live Nation has announced that American rock group Kings of Leon will play a show at Rogers Arena on Sunday, March 30, 2014, in support of its sixth studio album, Mechanical Bull.
Consisting of brothers Caleb Followill, Nathan Followill, Jared Followill, and their cousin Matthew Followill, Kings of Leon has added dates to its North American Mechanical Bull tour, including stops in Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, and Vancouver.
Attention Little Monsters and pop fans alike: tickets to Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball go on sale today at 10 a.m. on the Live Nation website. Lady Gaga will be playing Rogers Arena on Friday, May 30, 2014.
General admission floor tickets are priced at $85 (plus service charges and fees). Reserved seating also available for $35, $49.50, $85 and $200 (plus service charges and fees).
Tickets are also available for purchase by phone at 1-855-985-5000 and at all Ticketmaster Outlets.
The other night I listened to the new Beatles album, On Air–Live at the BBC Volume 2, and it's got its pros and cons.
To be honest, I could do without the 19 “speech tracks” that litter this three-LP package. Most of it is goofy gibberish between the Beatles and various BBC DJs, but I don’t need to hear that crap. Although I love the Beatles to death—they’re my favourite band of all time—there was enough Fab Four silliness on A Hard Day’s Night alone to last a lifetime.