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Thursday
Sep132007

NEW LAYOUT!

After a couple months of being up and running, we want to thank everyone for all of the positive responses we received regarding our new website.
To make the site a little more informative, we've just added a "Latest News" sidebar. This feature quickly lists upcoming in-stores, sold out shows, our staff picks for the week's gigs, a link to our most recent interview, and more features still to come. We hope it makes our site that much more useful to you. Thanks for visiting and feel free offer any suggestions through our contact page.

Thursday
Sep132007

CANCELLED: Kaiser Chiefs

Their show at the Carlu has been cancelled. Refunds at point of purchase.

Wednesday
Sep122007

NEW TICKETS: The Stills, Razorlight, Ollie Teeba (Herbalizer), more

Tickets just arrived:
The Stills @ Lee's Palace Fri. Nov 23 & Sat. Nov 24 $15.00
Razorlight @ Phoenix Sun. Nov 11 $16.50
Ollie Teeba (Herbalizer) @ Reverb Sat. Sep 29 $20.00
God Made Me Funky @ Revival Fri. Oct 12 $12.00

Wednesday
Sep122007

SOLD OUT: Kevin Drew

We are now sold out of tickets for this Broken Social Scene solo show.

Wednesday
Sep122007

CANCELLED: Noisettes

The Noisettes show @ Lee's Palace Wed. Sep 19 has been cancelled. Refunds available at point of purchase.

Wednesday
Sep122007

IN-STORE: Jah Youssouf

Fresh off a rave-worthy performance at Hillside this year, we are beyond pleased to announce that Malian musician Jah Youssouf will be performing a free in-store, this Friday September 14th at 5:00 PM. Read more about it here or go to his website.

Monday
Sep102007

INTERVIEW: Picastro

Check out our interview with enduring Toronto singer/songwriter Liz Hysen as she discusses Picastro's new album, Whore Luck, out tomorrow.

Monday
Sep102007

TICKETS: Kevin Drew, Weakerthans, DJ Premier, Justin Rutledge, more

Tickets just arrived:
Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene) @ Lee's Palace Thu. Sep 27 $25.00
The Weakerthans @ Phoenix Thu. Nov 8 $25.00
DJ Premier @ Revival Sun. Sep 23 $15.00 (early bird) & $20.00
Justin Rutledge @ Trinity Church Sat. Oct 13 $22.50
The Annuals @ Mod Club Sat. Nov 3 $14.00
DJ Krush @ Mod Club Mon. Oct 8 $20.00
Elliott Brodd @ Lee's Palace Fri. Nov 16 $15.00
Georgia Anne Muldrow @ Gladstone Hotel Sat. Sep 22 $20.00
Jay Reatard @ Silver Dollar Thu. Oct 4 $8.00
Little Brother @ Mod Club Tue. Oct 23 $24.50
Patrick Wolf @ Lee's Palace Sat. Oct 6 $17.50
Nebula @ Lee's Palace Tue. Oct 9 $10.00
Marc Cohn @ Mod Club Wed. Nov 7 $35.00
Mat Kearney @ Horseshoe Thu. Oct 4 $10.00
The Meligrove Band @ Sneaky Dee's Thu. Oct 4 $10.00
Move On Up @ Berkeley Church Fri. Sep 21 $10.00
Rock Plaza Central @ Sneaky Dee's Sat. Oct 6 $10.00
Ruins w/ AIDS Wolf @ Sneaky Dee's Mon. Sep 17 $10.00
Sydney @ Mod Club Thu. Oct 11 $10.50
Zoobombs & Two Koreas @ Silver Dollar Tue. Oct 9 $10.00
Monday
Sep102007

IN-STORE: Basia Bulat

The lovely and finally domestically available Basia Bulat is coming to our shop for a free performance, Wed. Sept 19th at 6PM. Read more here.

Thursday
Sep062007

TORONTO LIBRARY WORKSHOPS AND CONCERT

For the past year, Soundscapes has been working together with the Toronto Public Library on Toronto Tunes, a program designed to make Canadian independent titles more available at our local libraries. The TPL has reported great success and are expanding Toronto Tunes with a series of free workshops this fall. These workshops are aimed at helping kids start DIY careers in music and music journalism, and they feature some of our city's best and brightest, not to mention tenaciously independent, minds in these fields. Plus, the series is capped off with an excellent free concert with More or Les, OhBijou, and The Bicycles.

It should be noted that the library was never this cool when I was a kid.
Please get out and take advantage of this exceptional program!

Info follows:

TPL TORONTO TUNES WORKSHOPS

1. A collective approach to anti-social noise-making
Learn to do it yourself as a musician. Find out how to get started as a band or DJ. Make a first step out of the basement. Connect with other music-makers to set up shows.

Featuring Jonny Dovercourt of Republic of Safety and Rose Kazi of Lal
Thursday, September 20, 6-8 p.m.
Cedarbrae Branch, 545 Markham Rd.
To register, call 416-396-8850.

2. Writing and blogging about music
Work with experienced journalists to find out how you can share your passion for music with the world.

Featuring Carl Wilson of The Globe and Mail and Zoilus online music blog, journalist Tabassum Siddiqui, and Hal Niedzviecki, freelance journalist, pop culture guru and Toronto Public Library writer-in-residence this fall.
Tuesday, September 25, 6-8 p.m.
North York Central Library, 5120 Yonge St.
To register, call 416-395-5674.

3. Making music matter
Find out how you can use music to make a difference in the lives of people in your commmunity.

Featuring The Remix Project
Tuesday, October 2, 6-8 p.m.
York Woods Branch, 1785 Finch Ave. W.
To register, call 416-395-5980.

4. Starting a recording club
Work with Toronto indie music-makers and find out how to make and market your own music recordings.

Featuring Steven Kado of Blocks Recording Club and Ninja Highschool, Eric Chenaux of Rat Drifting and Sara Saljoughi of Fig Records.
Thursday, October 11, 6-8 p.m.
Lillian H. Smith Branch, 239 College St.
To register, call 416-393-7746.

FREE CONCERT

Featuring Toronto Indie Acts:
More or Les | Ohbijou | The Bicycles

Saturday, November 3, 8 p.m., North York Central Library

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Free tickets available October 1 at North York Central, Toronto Reference, Cedarbrae, Lillian H. Smith and York Woods libraries and at Soundscapes (572 College St. west of Bathurst). Limit: two tickets per person.