London Stone

Referred to as "modern stoner rock to dance to," London Stone draws most of their inspiration from the 60s, 70s, and 90s, usually incorporating...

In Photos: The Sadies at The Great Hall, Toronto

Alternative Rock / Country darlings, The Sadies, played to their hometown fans at The Great Hall on June 1st.  Photographer Steve Danyleyko was there...

Field Trip 2018 Festival Report and Photos

Back for its sixth year, Field Trip again proved that it is Toronto’s most laid back, welcoming weekend for music lovers, foodies and families,...

Rusty Preview Their New Album Live at The Horseshoe

By Jacqueline Howell, photos by Dave MacIntyre Checkerboard floors. A glittery red HORSESHOE sign that is shorthand for music itself, not to mention countless happy...

RUSTY RETURNS with Now is When

By Jacqueline Howell, DISARM editor The early 1990s renaissance continues as even our personal wish list is coming true here in Toronto. Rusty, whose 1995 debut...

1971

In February 2017, Canadian rock band 1971 lost their bass player, founding member, and friend Cameron Glen Cranston suddenly. He was only 25 years...

The Psychogeography of Gord Downie and Why We’ll Never Say Goodbye

By Jacqueline Howlett It's very hard to write about The Tragically Hip. Hard then, and hard now. When something is big and broad enough to...

Still Waters / Breaking Trail: Canadian Music’s Rocky & Radiant Heart

or: What Canadian Rock Taught Me "Don't always look back. But look back." - Canadian workingman, visionary, agendaless poet Ken Babstock who joined this cocktail...

Joyride Debuts at The Duke Saturday Night

If you are looking for a fun live music filled night this weekend, look to the east. Queen East, that is! The Duke (1225 Queen Street...

Marlon Chaplin

Local Toronto rock and roller, and friend to us at Disarm, Marlon Chaplin, is celebrating the 1-year anniversary of his debut EP release Wanderer By...

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