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October 17, 2011
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If you spent Friday night in bed last week – or cowering in your basement for fear of the looming clouds of preeminent precipitation – then you missed out on an EPIC night of Toronto-based retro-inspired rock.

Indie pop rock collective The Cautioneers opened up the night with a mind-blowing horn-tinged set of tunes, before turning the stage over to now-four-piece dance-rock staples Foxfire.

The Holiday Crowd followed up in the third spot, belting out a set of Smiths-inspired tracks, joined soon after by fellow 80s rock throwback act Mausoleum closing off the night with a handful of hard-hitting songs that left the crowd craving more (it’s a good thing some of those wonderful Toronto venues were open until 4am last week).

Check out the photos below and hit up the bands at the following links so you can get a picture of exactly what when down at The Silver Dollar.

The Cautioneers
Foxfire
The Holiday Crowd
Mausoleum

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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.