Friday, November 30, 2007

November goes pop

There's something for everyone this Friday - I, for one, will be at the reunion show for The Trapt, Fluid Waffle and Flag of Truce at Babylon, but if old school hardcore/mod/psych/hardcore/etc. isn't to your liking, you can always head next door to Barrymore's and check out Toronto's top pop brats Spiral Beach (depicted below at Bluesfest this year) and The Hidden Cameras.

If you like your pop a bit earlier in the evening, there's Spookey Ruben and Auto Racing at Zaphod Beeblebrox. Over at Irene's you've got Micarza Camaro and Chris Page. I took a listen to Ghost Bees,' Myspace tunes and was very impressed - I may even check out their very early show at the Avant Garde with Leif Vollebekk and Peterborough's capitals-adverse evening hymns. For other punk stuff, Ripcordz and The Riptides, The Leftovers and Clock Strikes play Cafe Dekcuf. Last but not least, at End Hits you can catch The Artist Life, Riot Service and Fire Heats Water.

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