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Drake – October 7th – Bell Center

For me, he will always be little Jimmy Brooks from Degrassi, but for many, he is Drake/Drizzy/Champagne Papi who sings about the struggles of being a superstar *sobs*. Earlier this week, the singer released a 23 minutes video named “Please Forgive Me”, serving as a visual for the songs from “Views”, Drake’s latest album.

If you like: The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West

 

Whitney – October 14th – Bar Le Ritz

People you meet come and go in life, but the music they made you discover always stays behind. I have actually a strong habit of borrowing songs from others and make them mine. This is what happened with this band and some of their songs like Golden Days and No Matter Where We Go.

If you like: Mac Demarco, Connan Mockasin, Beach House

 

Oh Wonder – October 22th – Corona Theater

You can’t help but being intrigued by a band who decides to release their first album, one song per month for an entire year. Once you take the time to actually listen to their music, you get caught up in their universe of breathy pop melodies, that are mostly about life and relationships.

If you like: Broods, Zella Day, Banks

 

Sia – October 23th – Bell Center

I fell in love with Sia when she was a part of Zero 7, singing about weird relationships and afternoon spent lying on the sand under the warmth of the sun. It was before the whole “let’s hide my face while singing” act and cult movement following the release every of her new videoclip. Still, her voice is so freakin beautiful, that she could sing her grocery shopping list and still give me chills.

If you like: Lorde, Regina Spektor, Kiesza

 

Aurora – November 7th – Corona Theather

She sounds like something between Laura Marling and Florence Welch, and her spacey voice finds a way of awakening those feelings we’ve keet buried deep inside. Earlier this year, the Norwegian singer released her second opus intitled All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend, that has received many rave reviews.

If you like: Lapsley, Florence + The Machine, Zella Day

 

Machine Gun Kelly – November 26th – Olympia

Yes, it’s “that guy from the TV show Roadies” – created by Cameron Crow who’s trying a little bit too hard to make Almost Famous happen again – but he is also a successful rapper who likes to flirt with rock music which adds an edge to his tracks. After having being quiet on the music side this year, he just dropped a video for his song “Young Man” featuring Chief Keef.

If you like: Eminem, Rage Against the Machine, A$AP Rocky

 

MO – November 30th – Corona Theater

I made it pretty clear here and here why I consider MO to be an artist not to miss perform, and now you have another chance to catch her live.

If you like: Oh Land, Grimes, Tove Lo

 

 

 

Make sure to purchase your tickets here, and for Machine Gun Kelly here!

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Marie-Ève Venne
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Marie-Ève is a little person who still secretly wishes she were one of the Olsens twins. You can catch her running from event to event, a coffee bigger than her face in one hand and her cell phone glued to the other. At Dress To Kill, she is the one writing about the newest musician you need to discover and that trendy boutique that just opened.

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