Time Festival returned to Toronto for its eighth successful year on Saturday August 6. Hosted on a portion of the sprawling Fort York National…Read More
The debut EP from Toronto’s Frigs comes out Out June 10 via Arts & Crafts, ‘Slush’ sees the four-piece made up of Bria, Duncan, Lucas, and Edan pairing the raw, emotional grunge of PJ Harvey with the immersive, psychedelic post-punk of early Sonic Youth. With each member bringing a unique set of influences, Frigs creates a sound that is hard to pin down and an impression that’s hard to put into words.
Led by the force of Bria’s vocals, the band has earned a reputation for putting on an hypnotic and visceral live performance. Embracing the mercurial and experimental, their shows are built upon instinct; a vocal growl can unexpectedly give way to a hushed whisper; languid drones boil over into guttural and searing tones.
As members of Toronto’s multi-disciplined Heretical Objects Cooperative, community and collaboration are essential to Frigs’ approach and aesthetic. Maintaining the communal, do-it-yourself spirit of their forebearers, the band bought recording equipment and turned their Toronto apartment into a studio where they wrote, engineered, and mixed Slush.
Tomorrow (Saturday August 6) will mark Time Fest’s return to Toronto’s Historic Fort York centre. Since its first stint back in 2008, this unique…Read More
On Saturday, August 6th, Canada’s outstanding, boutique music festival TIME FESTIVAL returns to the lush grounds of the Historic Fort York centre for a…Read More
FRIGS have released their new Slush EP today on Arts & Crafts. After previously sharing a video for the EP’s first single, “God Hates…Read More
The debut EP from Toronto’s Frigs comes out Out June 10 via Arts & Crafts, ‘Slush’ sees the four-piece made up of Bria, Duncan,…Read More