The Horseshoe (370 Queen West), tomorrow (Friday, July 23) .
Those looking to boost their twee quota will be thrilled by the charmingly naive indie pop stylings of Scots Camera Obscura.
Trinity-St. Paul's Centre (427 Bloor West), Friday (July 23)
Although the Hidden Cameras' Mississauga Goddam disc has been delayed yet again, the crowd at Friday's show can preview brand new tunes in advance of the August 3 release date and scope boys in their undies to boot!
Atlantis (955 Lakeshore West), Friday (July 23)
Tastemaking hiphop DJ and certified custom car nut Funkmaster Flex brings the chrome-plated boom bap to Atlantis, ya heard!
Terry Callier, Emeline Michel
Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay West), Saturday (July 24)
It's been a long wait, but Chicago soul sender Terry Callier finally makes the trip north to preview his latest work as part of the Omiala Festival. Don't miss it.
The Hives, Sahara Hotnights, Reigning Sound
The Phoenix (410 Sherbourne), Saturday (July 24)
The Hives are getting all the hype, but make sure you arrive early to catch Sahara Hotnights and see the Reigning Sound open the show with a Memphis-style garage punk bang.
The Neville Brothers, Harrison Kennedy
Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay West), Tuesday (July 27)
Be the first on your block to hear the songs from the Neville Brothers' forthcoming album, Walkin' In The Shadow Of Life, due in October.
Air Canada Centre (40 Bay), Tuesday and Wednesday (July 27 and 28)
Sure, Prince hasn't put out a great album in years, but his performances have always been stellar events. Just hope these two nights are light on the Emancipation-era stuff.