Jun 08, 2021
Toronto Music Scene Documentary - Screening and VIP Q&A!
Have you heard about No Tickets At The Door? It's the ultimate Toronto music scene documentary; a film by Danny Alexander that explores the ups and downs of musicians and the venues that serve them in our local community.
No Tickets At The Door features renowned underground rockers like Sook-Yin Lee, Dan Burke, Luna Li, Vypers and many more including our very own World News and Idious Carrie (of Kali Horse).
The documentary has been making waves since its premiere at Hot Docs cinema, and this Thursday 10th June 2021 at 7PM will be streamed online, co-presented by Wavelength Music Series and Exclaim! The screening will be followed by a Q&A panel featuring Idious Carrie.
No Tickets At The Door examines the importance of music communities in the modern age and what is at stake if a city is no longer hospitable towards them. It gives the audience a chance to meet the talented indie musicians, promoters and venues that are fighting to survive and persevere amid the ongoing lockdown and the overwhelming effects of gentrification.
The documentary will be streaming online this Thursday 10th June 2021 at 7PM. RSVP here or browse the links below for more information.
Fri 26 February 2021
Kali Horse Wavelength Winter Festival Live Stream
Your favourite androgynous duo, Kali Horse, is performing as part of Wavelength Winter Festival this Friday at 8pm EST.
The show will represent their first performance of the year! The multi-camera extravaganza was filmed live from the Safe Sounds bank vault with sound and editing by our very own Bill Cutbill.
If you want to learn more about Kali Horse, formerly known as Kaleidoscope Horse, Wavelength have published a great interview with the group —
“Our first album, Slow Slow is all about being in a dream state, and this next album is, you’re very much awake and very conscious of the choices you make and the guilt you carry,” Maloney says. “‘Anima’ is the wake-up call to go into that.”
Read the full interview here and make sure you tune in this Friday at 8pm to see the live session via the Wavelength YouTube Channel.
Oh and if you can't wait, why not take a look back at our last session with Kaleidoscope Horse from the Safe Sounds lounge here.
May 05, 2020
World News Wavestream Festival Live Stream
The first multi-camera live stream from Safe Sounds was World News's performance for Wavestream Festival. You can watch it back for a limited time here.