iM News: April Update / Bringing Back The Columns

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Ep. 122: 2012-04-08 – Indie Love

iM: Episode #122 features 23 tracks including new music from JAPANDROIDS, PS I LOVE YOU, BANQUET, CHAMPION LOVER, and OLD ENGLISH.


Column: [Listen Queer] THE CLIKS – Black Tie Elevator

iM’s Julia Stead explores the musical career of THE CLIKS’ Lucas Silveria and the band’s new 2013 release.


Skyline: 02 – FACTS

iM catches up with the Vancouver synth-heavy rockers on the roof during their first visit to The Big Smoke.


Featured Artist: PONY GIRL

Get to know iM’s October 2013 Featured Artist ahead of a stacked Toronto bill on October 24th.

Editor Picks:

September 19, 2011

With a lineup of three kickin’ bands presented by recently founded Toronto blog Don’t Touch That Dial, September the 8th at Rancho Relaxo was definitely a bill worth checking out.

For their first show with a new bassist, Toronto punk rockers The Bare Minimum played a rockin’ set with some intense drumming and rhythm. Equally Torontonian Attagirl followed up with a singing drummer and a groovy sound that broke my heart just a little with their lovesick songs. Ending the night with some movement-inducing, slightly Motown-ish tunes was Toronto’s Alright, Alright (a name which immediately reminded me of a Dazed and Confused movie moment) – check out all these great sounds for yourself in the links below, and pop open the photos to see what’s in store for you when you catch them live.

The Bare Minimum
Alright Alright

- Photos by LIZ GARERI

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About The Photographer
Liz Gareri is the photo editor of The Indie Machine. Her love of photography blossomed when she first began shooting nature stills to develop her techniques - having been captivated by the Algonquin landscape - though Liz's professional photographic career was solidified after a trip to Peru. Since returning to Canada, her passion for capturing candid photographs has continued to grow and develop through new experiences in music, theater, and film.