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Toronto Go



The first week of shows in Toronto are over and out, 10-4 good buddy. We got loud and silly and the music was kickin''. Our old skool club the Kathedral did us justice and a fun time was had by all. Here is a run down on the action. Thursday Nov. 24: BLR cranked it out with a neat live set. The Client cooked up a sweet indie sound. Metal boys Cylidian had the bar tenders dancin'' and votin''. Even though the night was dominated by rock, Left Handed Jazz took them on and came out on top. Iscariot was up next and rocked it out. A toilet, thumb tack arm wrestling and women''s clothing were the props that Brown Toilet Paper used in their set, it was like a car accident you didn''t want to but had to look (in pictur3). Bury It All has a super tight sound that is easy on the ears. And last up was Les Six with some tasty alt-rock. Friday Nov. 25: Crestfallen up first threw down with some nice female vox. Singer/songwriter Brennan Finlay did the power trio thing. More grrl front person came with Dream Aria, very angelic. With a busload of fans from god knows where Illatease turned the dump upside down. Let It Reign tossed a sic set of hard core. Second year EMERGENZA veterans Audioout proved they are alive and kicking. Hold The Light closed the show commando style. Saturday Nov. 26: Swindle Kings gave us metal, metal, metal. With awesome keyboard hands, Trapdoor jammed the prog-rock. Automatic+disco ball+smoke machines=rock show. Also from last year''s EMERGENZA was You Are Here an incredibly tight act with cool songs. Dave Mansell rocked. More metal from Protokult with a nice keyboard mix. And closing the weekend were the evil twins and there hip bass-playin'' girl who together form Crimsion In The Attic. One week down and a whole bunch to go. I encourage all the bands to put a profile on our web site. Lets get the people to the shows so the can share in our bon temps. Meet us at the Kathedral. See ya later alligator!