The Art Bar Ten Year Drought Adam Fox, Eric Arner, Dean Drouillard and Matthew Rideout concoct an elegantly evocative blend of Americana, folk and pop soundscapes. 9 pm.
IO Perry Toronto six-stringer's debut, Greybay, boasts seductively cold and sweetly sad rhythms punctuated by bursts of infatuation and bitterness. 10 pm.
Lee Feldman Pianist and singer/songwriter with 2006's I've Forgotten Everything and a horde of critical acclaim under his belt. 11 pm.
Regan M. Brennan Toronto-born L.A. transplant with a fiercely DIY punk rock initiative. Midnight.
Lindi Ortega Exclaim magazine says, 'She's going to take over the world!' 1 am. The Bagel Cain and Abel Acton, Ontario, natives use growing up in the middle of nowhere as fodder with which to create honest music for honest ears. 9 pm.
The Shanks Chart-blasting two-piece rock 'n' roll grenades for animal husbandry enthusiasts... Do you really know where meat and potatoes come from? 10 pm.
Cats Not Dogs Madison, WI, band that's shared stages with Metric, the Kills, the Paybacks, the Fever, the Reputation and Los Straitjackets. 11 pm.
David Ace Dean Lyric-driven songs sung and spoken over guitars, synth/keyboards, drum machines and miscellaneous sound makers. Working with producer Byron Wong. Midnight.
Charlemagne Unassuming indie band out of Hamilton. Rock and roll is the name of the game. 1 am. Black Bull Jerry Leger And The Situations Passionate Toronto poet whose influences range from Costello, Clash and Dylan to Lennon and Monk. 9 pm.
Vaughn Passmore Alt-Americana songs by power trio. After luxuriating in the sidelight for years, Passmore, ex-Stratochief/Absolute Whore, delivers himself. 10 pm.
Floor Thirteen High-energy, hardworking, balls-to-the-wall rock outfit's opened for Our Lady Peace, Danko Jones and Strippers Union. 11 pm.
The Mercury Seed Dosing riff-based rhythms with a modern twist, this five-piece is avoiding expiration dates with its return to genuine, innovative rock. Midnight.
berlington Berlington is energetic rock, with woven-in themes of identity, emptiness, relational regret and redemption.In short, what we have here is kinetic rock with maturity: to accomplish a sound that rises above the din. 1 am. The Boat Born Ruffians Slinking melodies fused with rock and roll make room for dancing. 9 pm.
Land Of Talk They've been charting on U.S. college radio and selling out of their debut EP at every show. 10 pm.
Killthelights Four men and one woman deliver elecrical tension trhough thundering drums, spiralling guitar, ghostly synth and tearing vocals. 11 pm.
The Adam Brown Rock 'n' roll band sounds like the Replacements playing as fast as the Ramones, with the soul of Ronnie Spector. Midnight.
we're marching on... Guelph quad delivers plump tomato grooves with beats that burn through flashy and crude notes. 1 am. Bovine Sex Club Dead Letter Dept. Heart-wrenching tales of love lost, lacking and lingering, amidst anthems dedicated to those who've given in to consumerist ideals. 9 pm.
Hostage Life They've taken the punk rock sensibility of the Clash and Stiff Little Fingers and made it theirs. Biting social commentary. 10 pm.
Latefallen Toronto-based heavy alternative rock steeped in unrelenting melody, delivered with youthful energy. 11 pm.
Electric Eel Shock Power trio that stages a glorious celebration of classic rock, punk and metal. Midnight.
Robin Black Vicious five-piece old-school Toronto rock combo led by Black. Their most recent album, Instant Classic, is just that. 1 am. Cadillac Lounge Shelly Rastin SHELLY RASTIN, musical partner of music icon Randy Bachman and Jason Barry, is busting doors open on the music scene with an explosion of energy & kickin' country songwriting. Shelly's been well awarded the regional title of COUNTRY ARTIST, & SINGER/SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR 3 years running! 9 pm.
Kitty Rose Resonates with the sweet, innocent purity of vintage country music, and has a rascally energy percolating beneath it all. 10 pm.
Ashleigh Flynn Grew up foot-stomping along the Ohio River and just released her third CD, Live At Mississippi Studios. 11 pm.
The Payola Reserve Imagine Neil Young Americana mixed with Jeff Tweedy modernity, Elvis Costello circa Goodbye Cruel World mixed with Tom Waits. Midnight.
Shannon Lee Briggs Country rock that'll break Nashville's heart and then its balls. Her voice is heaped with nostalgia, and the band's stompin'. 1 am. Cameron House Kid Metropolis Getting ready to release their first full-length, A Blueprint For Modern Life, in July. 9 pm.
The Melismatics Refreshing and euphoric catchy post-punk mixture of irony and heart, weirdness and melody, fused with an 80s new-wave aesthetic. 10 pm.
Epileptic Hero High-energy rock and roll from twin brothers Warren and Seth Scott. Their CD, Loaded Gun Love, is coming soon. 11 pm.
Clark the Band Formed in 1999, John Tielli's Ottawa-based outfit has been compared to such disparate icons as Talking Heads and Neil Young. Midnight.
The Great Awake Toronto band that came together in January 2005 because of a shared interested in self-aggrandizement and rocking out. 1 am. Ciao Edie Roxx Ozfrankie Bio not available. 9 pm.
The Carps Toronto punk rock waging war with R&B. Their EP, The Young & Passionate Days Of Carpedia, was recorded in Philly. 10 pm.
Zaki Ibrahim Her music is captivating and vibrant, thick with poetics and steeped in a delicious mixture of earnest emotion and humour. 11 pm.
Girl + The Machine Toronto collective that works with experimental music and video to create an exciting psychotropic audio-visual circus. Midnight.
Stop Die Resuscitate Toronto threesome of steady-grinding rap electro whiz kids has been honing its intense musical vision since 2002. 1 am. Clinton's Marianas Trench Amid the fury of brash, over-the-top rock dynamics are a cappella flights of harmony. 9 pm.
ARCTIC Marcus Martin loops and layers haunting melodies, improvising and intertwining vocals and acoustic guitar into a blend of airy soundscapes. 10 pm.
Tele Keyboard-driven quartet delivers powerful live performances with its tactful fusion of hypnotic melodies and guitar-crunching angst. 11 pm.
For the Mathematics Rock five-piece fusing dark grooves, intricate guitar work and an aggressive indie edge. Their second EP is almost ready. Midnight.
The Cliks Indie-rock trio whose debut LP entered top-40 Canadian campus charts on Chartattack and Earshot. Moe Berg is producing their second. 1 am. Crowbar Tom Artiss Blending tragic resignation with wisened optimism, expat Newfs play roots rock/alt-country led by Tom Artiss (Sarah Harmer). 9 pm.
Leiana Busy recording the follow-up to their first album, Page, at STP drummer Eric Kretz's L.A.-based Bombshelter Studios. 10 pm.
The Avatars Bio not available. 11 pm.
Trouble Crunk rock of programmed beats, synth, punk, and sk8-rock bass and guitar riffs, fronted by top-ranking snowboarder Trevor Andrew. Midnight.
fjord rowboat Healing the world with reverb since 2004. Influences include the Verve and Stone Roses. About to drop their full-length. 1 am. The Drake Hotel Ben Gunning Ambitious and unique rhythm-heavy modern music that draws from jazz, R&B and progressive rock, from ex-Local Rabbit. 9 pm.
Marco Solo First solo project for multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Marco DiFelice, ex of Supergarage and member of the Neverending White Lights collective. 10 pm.
Dearly Beloved Toronto six-piece boasting unique rhythms influenced by 70s UK punk, early 80s pop and Detroit rock and roll. 11 pm.
Peter Katz Peter Katz and his band's captivating jazz/folk/rock blend have earned nationwide acclaim and comparisons to Buckley & Sexton. Midnight.
ZOX Their electric-violin-driven rock sounds like the Police doing Beethoven. Sophomore release, The Wait, has sold over 8,000 copies. 1 am. El Mocambo Megababe Chick trio cranking out contemporary punk rock with old-school sensibility. Like to throw metal and hardcore into the mix. 9 pm.
Debaser Since their 2003 formation, the Toronto four-piece has released Blackouts (2005) and tirelessly toured southern Ontario. 10 pm.
The Vibrants Giving the organ-driven soul of early Charlatans the jumping swagger the Stones used to muster in a heartbeat. 11 pm.
Derek Miller Stripped-down power trio exudes bravura technical skill, keen power-pop sensibilities and refreshing, youthful rock 'n' roll energy. Midnight.
Rock I.D. Asian Dub Foundation drummer Rocky Singh mixes drumbeats, lyrically conscious melodies and rock and hiphop rhythms. Jungle punk rock. 1 am. Fox & Fiddle Mitch Willer Toronto piano-tickler performs modern pop for lovers of classic 60s and 70s songwriting. 9 pm.
Blaire Reinhard Versatile musician and award-winning performer is joined by Princeton alumni Gray Reinhard, Wade Perrin, Matt Chuchla and John Marks. 10 pm.
Katelyn Dawn Powerful melodies and thought-provoking lyrics tour human emotion and offer up fresh, unique sound. 11 pm.
Kim Beggs Original oldtyme-country with a hint of bluegrass, sung by a voice discovered in a roadside ditch in Yukon. Midnight.
Michelle Rasky Jazzy, sweet vocals, fluent fingerpicking and charming stage presence make for invigorating organic hybrid pop. 1 am. Free Times Cafe Special Guest 8 pm.
Hayley Gene Blending a crystal-clear voice with the rough corner of passion that's behind her lyrics and melodies. 9 pm.
Sinem Captivating vocals and sensual, pulsating melodies weave in and out of jazz, Middle Eastern and pop. 10 pm.
Special Guest 11 pm.
Jon Brooks His CD, No Mean City, sings the laughter of the heart and the crying of these homeless times. Midnight. Gladstone Hotel Nathan Coles Outfit Guelph-based quartet released their debut, Upheavals That Brought The Redwoods To Flight, in 2005. 9 pm.
The Hickories With their jangly guitars and lush harmonies, they combine the best of folk and country while remaining rooted in rock. 10 pm.
The Cosmic All-Stars The Cosmic All-Stars play cosmic American music. 11 pm.
Jake Stigers Unapolegetic rock 'n' roll that embodies the fun, buoyant vitality of vintage pop-rock, delivered with a well-oiled voice. Midnight.
Tacoma Hellfarm Tragedy Guelph-based folk-rock quartet inspired by classics and experimental simplicity. Think Neil Young, Yo La Tengo and Wilco. 1 am. Gypsy Co-op OHN Deadly combination of guitar, trumpet, keys, bass, drums, programmed beats and samples creates a remarkable live electronic sound. 9 pm.
Slute Grizzling, grumbling rock girth and manic intensity from this five-piece fusion of classics with the power of modern. 10 pm.
Culture Queer Cincinnati-based electro-pop combining pop melodies, video mixing and cool-ass samples. Citybeat declared Supersizeit under Pontius Pilate album of the year. 11 pm.
The Spectaculars The most stankoneous hiphop, plus a pure vein of 70s soul and a strong dose of fuzzadelic guitar. Midnight.
Scandalnavia We formed in July 2003 after a smashing night at karaoke and performed for the first time as a band two weeks later with original songs. In the time since, we have staged countless live performances in venues as diverse as Buddies In Bad Times Theatre, Phoenix Concert Club and the Bloor Cinema. 1 am. Healey's Nathan Asher & the Infantry Winner of the John Lennon International Songwriting Competition and named best rock band by Indy Weekly Music Awards. 9 pm.
Mark Berube A piano/accordion/guitar mixture of Andrew Bird, Tom Waits and Rufus Wainwright, with a voice that wails and disarms. 10 pm.
Adam Puddington and the Proof Rural Canadiana and the beauty of rivers, wildlife, rosaries and trains seep into the songs of this Almonte, Ontario, native. 11 pm.
Frontier Index Raw rock and roll coupled with three-part harmonies set this band apart from the rest. Midnight.
James McKenty and The Spades Country rock and roll punks have billed with the Tragically Hip and the Sadies. Their sophomore album is released in June. 1 am. Holy Joe's Special Guest 9 pm.
Code Pie Members of this diverse six-piece sometimes agree on their love of uncountable nouns, Chinese food, loudly confident music and passive aggression. 10 pm.
Leaders And Dreamers Carefully balancing the fine art of pop sensibility with indie rock heart. 11 pm.
Wren City Churches Bio not available. Midnight.
The Scene Perfect mix of melody and rock 'n' roll, heavily influenced by British bands like Oasis, the Beatles and the Who. 1 am. Hooch Zero Tolerance Combining soulful beats and harmonies of producer/singer Richie Miles with strong lyrics from MCs Ill Izm and Sick Tricks. 9 pm.
john eff kennedy Rapping about sex, violence and America, he delivers rich lyrics and danceable beats with rock-concert energy level. 10 pm.
INSIDE a MIND Two-man Toronto scratch band stretch artistic boundaries by performing live original compositions with vinyl. 11 pm.
Lovewhip World- and reggae-influenced dance rhythms, new wave synth, electro-beats, disco-punk energy, samples and unique female vocals. Midnight.
André Npier Hampton-born performer who demonstrates that real rappers don't have to come from the block, jail or with bullet holes. 1 am. The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern Chris Koster Seamlessly blending rock, folk and pop with his powerful voice, engaging lyrics and five-piece rock band backing, The Lonely. 9 pm.
Jets Overhead Jets Overhead's hypnotic take on trance rock falls somewhere between Pink Floyd and CSNY. 10 pm.
Priestess Montreal foursome with refreshing, masterful songs and crushingly catchy hooks. Their debut, Hello Master, has its U.S. release this summer. 11 pm.
Oliver Black Powerful rock and roll foursome signed a worldwide multi-album recording contract in early 2005 with NY-based TVT Records. Midnight.
Idle Sons Finely tuned stadium-sized anthemic rock from every song on their debut, Sixteen Seasons. 1 am. Kathedral Burnthe8track Winnipeg four-piece plays punk-prone rock that moves between contagious melody and all-out aggression. Two videos on MuchMusic. 9 pm.
Reculver Formed in 2003, this UK heavy rock act articulately blends power and melody with a heart of blues. 10 pm.
Kover Formed when bands Blue Skies at War, Hope to Die and Going Nowhere ended. Their album, Assembly, has received raves. 11 pm.
Ascension of The Watchers Textured and hypnotic soundscapes from Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory), and John Bechdel (Killing Joke, Prong). Midnight.
The Hard Lessons Detroit act blends the White Stripes' rawness, the Foo Fighters' power, and the hip factor of Death from Above 1979. 1 am. Lee's Palace Inner City Surfers Sault Ste Marie, ON, band write songs as seriously as they drink, play as hard as the drugs that inspire them. 9 pm.
DODGER Intense clash of rock, reggae and hiphop combining powerful guitar riffs, danceable beats and catchy vocal harmonies. 10 pm.
Truths & Rights 2006 Juno nominees are a group of seasoned professional musicians playing tight, high-energy heavy reggae. 11 pm.
The Salads Ambassadors. Fun times. Serious. Exciting. Ferocious. Smiling faces. Sweaty bodies. Powerhouses. Legendary. ROCK. Midnight. Neutral Letters to Elora Foursome whose album, Backdrop, is an honest collection of socially aware songs covering diverse themes. 9 pm.
Red Shag Carpet Alberta-based outfit whose lush instrumentation and hooky melodies smoulder with a ragged piano-pop, folk and punk spirit. 10 pm.
Len's Haulage Solid, upbeat indie rock with soaring melodies and a spanking rhythm section. Think Waking Eyes, Blur, the Strokes and the Killers. 11 pm.
high voltage Since coming together in fall 2004, this Hamilton band has been earning a reputation for its dynamic talents. Midnight.
The Screens Delivering dirty, loud rock 'n' roll, they charted on CMJ's top 200 at 79 and remained there for over 10 weeks. 1 am. Rancho Relaxo Kid Gib Emotional without being emo, fired up without being screamo, melodic without being pop, hard without being punk. 9 pm.
Shelter with Thieves This band's utmost desire is to simply plug in, turn up and rock. 10 pm.
inUniform His lyrically strong material is more concerned with mood than genre, and incorporates piano and strings. 11 pm.
Special Guest Midnight.
The Anti-Q's Early demos caught Aussie songwriter Ben Lee and former Smashing Pumpkin James Iha's attention. Iha's producing their four-song EP. 1 am. Reverb The Duke Spirit Duke Spirit are signed to Heavenly Records in the UK. 9 pm.
Pressure Kill Common Style Born from sleepless nights and a far too cold winter, they're proud to present their long-awaited EP. 10 pm.
Twin Fangs Their Quelque Chose EP was released in November 2004, and their full-length, Street Sweeper, came out December 2005. 11 pm.
All Purpose Voltage Heroes Foursome formed in 2001 after spending a cold Edmonton winter in a basement with keyboards, drums, and toy megaphones. Midnight.
The Illuminati Danko Jones has called them the best band in Canada. 1 am. Richmond Lounge Paramedic Hybrid of classic hiphop, soul, jazz and funk with lyricism firmly rooted in social activism and positive vibes. 9 pm.
Melissa Bathory Blending R&B and jazz over acoustic hiphop elements. She recently released her debut album, Ready. 10 pm.
Mudville Downtempo beats featuring a haunted-matinee-style organ and electronic flourishes are layered with smouldering vocals. 11 pm.
Sleeping Kings of Iona Buffalo-based electronic avant-pop band. September 2005 saw their debut full-length release. Midnight.
Rhythmicru Toronto indie hiphop act deliver powerful messages through their signature mix of razor-sharp MCs rhyming over original beats. 1 am. Rivoli Special Guest 8 pm.
Panic & The Rebel Emergency Eclectic rock-reggae hybrid from Panic, RoddySoul, AdamH, Bucci, Geoff Star and Evan. 9 pm.
Hello Operator Infectious pop rock 'n' roll. Having just finished a cross-Canada tour with Hilary Duff, they're now finishing off an album. 10 pm.
Waking Eyes Since releasing their 2004 debut, Video Sound, this Winnipeg four-piece rock band has toured Canada and the UK extensively. 11 pm.
Inward Eye Three Winnipeg brothers deliver a fresh, modern take on the energetic sounds of the Jam, the Kinks and the Who. Midnight.
Neverending White Lights A groundbreaking new collaborative concept from recording artist/producer Daniel Victor. 1 am. Savannah As the Poets Affirm With a third album on the way, this Ottawa outfit has landed spots with the Dears and Apostle of Hustle. 9 pm.
Jade Day Dark, soulful folk fused with alternative rock, delivered with astounding vocals, intricate arrangements and poignant lyricism. 10 pm.
Casey Neill Stark beauty and urgent rock intensity from this Portland, OR-based fusion of modern rock, punk, country and Irish styles. 11 pm.
Mission to the Sea Jazz- and Latin-infused folk bearing the the intimate feel of Jack Johnson, Joao Gilberto and Hope Sandoval. Midnight.
Sleep the Season With vocal harmonies and cello lines that haunt, this outfiit creates a sound reminiscent of Elliott Smith and Damien Rice. 1 am. Silver M6K 2C4Dollar Five Blank Pages East Coast-flavoured indie pop rock act with an oversized heart and three-part harmonies. Think Weakerthans and Death Cab for Cutie. 8 pm.
The Ride Theory Mature and impressive music that rivals the best in the scene. 9 pm.
City Field Vexing lyrics, tender harmonies and pounding rhythms make for imperial melodies and psychadelic anarchy. Four dudes and lady. 10 pm.
The Two Koreas Five tea-drinking Toronto socialites extrapolate pre-punk primitivism from a post-punk future. 11 pm.
Brutal Knights Bio not available. Midnight.
King Khan & His Shrines Blazing brass, raw rhythm 'n' blues and deep-fried rock 'n' soul dosed up with punk insubordination and psychedelic power. 1 am. Vatikan Special Guest 9 pm.
Angels Saints and Heroes Angels Saints and Heroes are better than everybody else playing this festival. 10 pm.
Games and Theory Austin, TX-based fusion of punk, metal, hardcore and grind was established in early 2003. 11 pm.
Hellmarys Three-piece carries the torch of heavy rock tradition. Midnight.
The Sins Technically schooled ensemble led by a stage-crazed singer delivers 80s sounds with a modern twist. 1 am.
The Art Bar Special Guest 8 pm.
Julz A Eclectic indie b-boy rapper/singer/squeezeboxer whose EP, Squeeze Rock, mashes up la Beck and the Beastie Boys. 9 pm.
Royal Wood Multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter has been honing his craft since his early teens and has released a full-length. 10 pm.
Ian Thomas Concoction of folk, blues, ragtime, gospel and country culled from the strangest roots of America's canon, delivered with lyricism. 11 pm.
Mike K Indie rhythms landing somewhere between melodramatic soul destruction and too-cool-for-school aloof. Midnight.
Vivek Shraya His 2005 alternative rock EP, A Composite Of Straight Lines, features a bright and spacious wash of organs, acoustic guitars and tambourines. 1 am. The Bagel Ken Tizzard Singer/songwriter with six-string bass. Shows range from solo performances and small ensembles (guitar, cello) to full symphonic backing. 9 pm.
Mandy Kane Aussie soloist whose Bowie-meets-Numan melodies have claimed three Australian top-30 spots. His debut album garnered critical acclaim. 10 pm.
Naked Highway Sy Boccari's pan-sexual multi-stylistic stew of new wave rock and dance/electronica, jammed with catchy hooks and serrated urban beats. 11 pm.
Peachcake Vigilantes Stefan Pruett and John O'Keefe have been touring their mutant-based powers to protect the world from audio-terrorism. Midnight.
The Secret Handshake The Secret Handshake are a cult bent on world domination through nauseating atmospheric grooves and dancing uncontrollably. We are the scene and we will destroy you! 1 am. Black Bull Pat Deighan & The Orb Weavers Guitarist and singer/songwriter pays special attention to melody and great hooks. His solo CD is Night Light. 9 pm.
Les Kilt Les Kilt fix squeaky chairs: those that squeak like rock 'n' roll and those that squeak contemplatively and quietly. 10 pm.
Sick Fits Blend of Southern soul, gospel, British glam rock, bittersweet pop and early American blues. Ferocious live. 11 pm.
The Famous Scorching blast of rocket-fuelled post-punk guitar and country twang. Their 2005 debut, Light Sweet Crude, received critical acclaim. Midnight.
Yolassi Hailing from Toronto, Yolassi's alt swing 'n twang thing scootches in somewhere between a slow succotash Sunday and a kick-ass kitchen party.Formed in 2004, the sublime sextet weaves lucid instrumentation with hurtin' harmonies that induce tears, leers, and a powerful thirst for beers. 1 am. Bovine Sex Club The Video Dead Bio not available. 9 pm.
The Adventures of Loki British three-piece dealing anthemic hooks, jagged riffs and barking-mad boy-girl vocals. Their 2005 single received national radio play. 10 pm.
Dutch Oven Montreal power trio combine fuzzed-out rock with heavy, atmospheric, almost psychedelic undertones. Think Motrhead, Fugazi and Pink Floyd. 11 pm.
Murder City Sparrows Blunt-force rock produced by Gordie Johnson (Big Sugar, Grady) at Willie Nelson's legendary studio, Pedernales. Midnight.
Droids Attack Blazing guitar and tight rhythmic structure from these Madison, WI, stonerific rockers. Their debut CD was released in 2004. 1 am. Cadillac Lounge The Brad Monk Band Toronto singer/songwriter delivers classic storytelling with wonderful hooks and punches. His 2005 debut was well received across North America. 8 pm.
Kelly McRae Blues, gospel, country and folk reminiscent of Patsy Cline's soulful delivery and Lucinda Williams's damn-straight common-grace insights. 9 pm.
D. Rangers Edgy punk attitude with wild reverence for the hillbilly roots of rock and roll that started it all. 10 pm.
Doug Irving Band Keys- and guitar-based pop/soft rock singer/songwriter about to drop his eighth album, Northern Lights. 11 pm.
The John Henrys Outlaw rockers straddling sweet country and 60s R&B have a distinct approach to storytelling, melody, harmony, rhythm and timbre. Midnight.
Fiftymen Rough and ready Ottawa rockers with a penchant for whiskey-soaked cautionary country tales and two acclaimed CDs. 1 am. Cameron House Tony Moore Perfect & Beautiful, his new solo album mixed by legendary Chris Kimsey, blends uplifting, memorable music and profound lyrics. Compelling acoustic performer. 9 pm.
Ade Payne Unique and infectious sound combining great melodies and catchy hooks. He's played some of the UK's most prestigious acoustic venues. 10 pm.
Anna Neale Her unique brand of acoustic rock garnered much acclaim at SXSW and NEMO, and her new album is forthcoming. 11 pm.
Lee Rogers Acclaimed singer/songwriter and guitarist has set Northern Ireland abuzz. His debut, Drawing Clocks, drops in July. Midnight.
The Deadbeats Manchester rock 'n' roll five-piece beat out 5,000 bands during the Glastonbury Festival's 2005 unsigned bands competition. 1 am. Ciao Edie Roxx rarefactionª Angular, melancholic and spare, these tense soundscapes of loss and despair draw on Joy Division and early 4AD artists. 9 pm.
Sparlha Swa Her performance blends soul (Sade, folk/Tracy Chapman and the streets of Brooklyn. Her music video is airing on BETJ. 10 pm.
Stanley Foursome delivers catchy hooks and novel melodies that anchor sounds of happy pop, serene daydreams and experimental noise. 11 pm.
Jeen O'Brien Emotional power, growling guitars, freak folk fragility and heart-on-sleeve lyrics in one potent package. Fronted indie buzz band Lilith. Midnight.
NLX: Natasha Alexandra Trafficking unschooled, confessional piano ballads. 1 am. Clinton's Likota Son Likota Son delivers song-driven, rock-pop-based music with heartfelt lyrics. 9 pm.
Stella Panacci Since her 1990s band Kat Rocket, she's honed her skills, received international songwriting awards and just released her new album. 10 pm.
Dead End Street Toronto-based five-piece rock and roll band tht came together in October and just recorded their first demo. 11 pm.
Castle Project Three videos in rotation on MuchMusic, and cross-Canada touring experience. Midnight.
The Mohawk Lodge Abandoning the acoustic softness and subtlety of Rare Birds, the band's new material is heavy, dirty folk with huge riffs. 1 am. Cloak & Dagger Sirens Solid musicianship, bang-on vocals, down-home humour, glorious voices and eclectic well-crafted songs from multiple-award-winning duo. 9 pm.
Fig for a Kiss Lush acoustic sound from this innovative quartet delivering a fresh spin on Celtic music, with upbeat fiddle tunes, masterful improvisation. 10 pm.
Emilia Dahlin Weaving mesmerizing tales of Greek mythology, robotic messiahs and tax evaders with raw, rootsy folk and dynamic jazz vocals. 11 pm.
ACCORDING TO SIMON Jarrod Haddock and Mike Maguire: two guitars and two voices offer emotionally charged messages without pretension. Midnight.
Hair of the Dog So a guy from Ireland, the States and Canada walk into a bar...and start playing music. David O'Leary, Mattew Glass and Paul Gribbon are a group of multi-instrumentalists who have come together from a mix of musical and cultural backgrounds to create a unique celtic-inspired sound. 1 am. Comfort Zone Key Witness Influenced by Bob Dylan and the Buzzcocks, they combine guitar rock, eclectic violin, stomping alt-country and pounding garage rock. 9 pm.
The Patients Bio not available. 10 pm.
Milky Ways Seductive Montreal meteor shower of mind-melting psychedelic punk delivered through deranged keys and drums, noisy guitar licks and snivelling verse. 11 pm.
Patrick Watson Classical and electronic influences driven by an underlying pop sensibility. Think Jeff Buckley, Philip Glass and a touch of Portishead. Midnight.
King Khan & His Shrines Blazing brass, raw rhythm 'n' blues and deep-fried rock 'n' soul dosed up with punk insubordination and psychedelic power. 1 am. Crowbar PERKINS Montreal post-grunge with insane stage energy and intensity. 9 pm.
The Black Arts Powerful vocal harmonies mashed with top-of-your-lungs screaming deliver something between Dead Kennedys and the Beatles. 10 pm.
The 1900s Psychedelic pop from Chicago sextet inspired by Fleetwood Mac and Velvet Underground. Their debut record, Plume Delivery, is out. 11 pm.
Monopoli Rocking New York rhythm and rolling British soundscape combine to produce intelligent, fearless and magical rock music. Midnight.
A Brand Edgy glampop, art rock with high fidelity lo-fi-tronics delicately blends 70s pop, 80s beats and 90s rock. 1 am. The Drake Hotel Lindsey Ell Bio not available. 9 pm.
Lullaby Baxter Smoky, jazz-tinged alto whose 2000 debut, Capable Egg, generated much buzz. Back with her latest, Garden Cities Of Tomorrow. 10 pm.
Spiral Beach Toronto outfit notorious for their charismatic energy and fearless performance -- theatricality mixed with shockingly inventive music. 11 pm.
Shad Laid-back MC from London, Ontario. Witty and creative with the mic and the guitar. Midnight.
God Made Me Funky Funky Toronto ensemble ranging from trained jazz artists to street-schooled hiphop and R&B vocalists. 1 am. El Mocambo Public Ottawa-based quintet with a countless number of shows to their credit. 9 pm.
Matinee Slim and the Ultralight Orchestra Masters of musicianship combine elements of hiphop, R&B, jazz and reggae into the apotheosis of 21st-century funk. 10 pm.
Dietzche V. & The Abominable Snowman Taking their blend of electro, house and Italo-disco straight to the sweaty dance floor. Normals Welcome Records' latest addition. 11 pm.
Novillero Winnipeg band thrives on dynamics. Think Hunky-Dory era Bowie, the Jam, early Motown and Stereolab in equal measure. Midnight.
The Coast Toronto-based indie band delivers upbeat shimmering pop music that can get folks dancing without a single disco hi-hat. 1 am. Fox & Fiddle the Endless L.A. husband-and-wife electronic dreampop duo weave lush, melodic synths, soaring guitars and ethereal female vocals. Mellow and hypnotic. 9 pm.
Trophy Singer Kirt Godwin and the prolific Derek Downham produce a rock/pop study in contrasts and celebration of subtlety. 10 pm.
Steve Reynolds Folk-influenced singer/songwriter who easily melds tradition with a rock edge on his debut offering, Exile. 11 pm.
The Analogues A distillation of folk, pop, jazz and blues harmonies and structures, these songs possess strong melodies and architecture. Midnight.
Reily Their long-play, Listen To The Rain, swirls into ghostly existence with 14 gorgeously haunted tracks. 1 am. Free Times Cafe Dave Carmichael Nova Scotia-based singer/songwriter presents his third CD, Spirit Dance, which displays raw honesty and sincere delivery. 8 pm.
Elana Arian Raised on equal parts Mozart, Mingus and Mitchell, she's established her bright new voice on the NYC acoustic scene. 9 pm.
Ben Carroll Award-winning singer/songwriter currently recording his second album has been likened to Ben Harper and Amos Lee. 10 pm.
Michael Weston King One of the UK's finest, the former leader of alt-country pioneers the Good Sons just released The Tender Place. 11 pm.
Eric Ziegenhagen With conversational intimacy and a nylon four-string guitar, Chicago folk singer plays spare, evocative songs. Midnight. Gypsy Co-op EMBASSY feat. Ace Kinkaid Kitchener-Waterloo- and Guelph-based outfit with five mics, a drum kit, acoustic and electric guitars, a bass and a Rhodes. 9 pm.
Kobayashi Amalgamation of electronica, jazz and hiphop with orchestral undertones for hot-steppers, groove aficionados and jazz heads alike. 10 pm.
Project Move The raps are passionate, socio-political chants: anti-bling, anti-sexist and anti-violence. Making real hiphop. 11 pm.
Aloe Blacc From soul to salsa, frontman for SoCal hiphop duo Emanon drops his solo debut, Shine Through, in July. Midnight.
Nicolay One of the tightest, cleanest producers to drop a beat, he brings heat constantly by painting vivid pictures through song. 1 am. Healey's The NODS Rock band whose influences include Nirvana, the Beatles, Queens of the Stone Age, Led Zeppelin and the Foo Fighters. 9 pm.
Bleeker Ridge Dedicated to creating new, heavy, complex tunes. Explosive live stage performance is just like a rock show should be. 10 pm.
The Dunes Four-piece visionaries looking to rewrite history. 11 pm.
The Jimmy Bowskill Band They're blowing audiences away worldwide, and their third CD is slated for release this fall. Midnight.
Turn Off The Stars Atmospheric rock at its finest, an impressive sonic landscape in which soaring guitars and haunting vocals collide to produce infectious melodies. 1 am. Holy Joe's almost free. Young Detroit quartet mixes various elements of pop, surf, psychedelia and rock with big vocals, wild guitar and tasteful keys. 9 pm.
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Breaking Laces Brooklyn-based smart indie rock three-piece with a pop edge that's melodic, quirky, toe-tapping and modern. 11 pm.
Siren Junkies Edgy, melodic and dynamic Auckland four-piece rock/pop band has garnered radio and television airplay. Midnight.
The Hemingway Solution Post-hardcore rock trio have wowed audiences from Toronto to NYC to Los Angeles. Well-written rock songs, killer hooks. 1 am. Hooch Superjuice Inc Rat Pack-inspired hiphop more concerned with packing dance floors than packing heat. Their album is out in July. 9 pm.
Wordburglar Known for rocking shows with his clever wordplay, crazy punchlines, patented Maritime charm and absurdist sense of humour. 10 pm.
More or Les Bio not available. 11 pm.
Doujah Raze Distinct and refreshing blend of rhymes, beats and powerful lyrics. His debut album is in stores now on Trilogy/Raptivism. Midnight.
Justis Soulful, jazzed-out hiphop -- lyrics for life, passionate beats. Has shared stages with the Roots' Scratch, K-OS and Choclair. 1 am. The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern Vacuity DIY band committed to developing their sound and skill also produce their own recordings, website and artwork. 9 pm.
The Miniatures A rich call to arms championing classic, unfaltering themes: sorrow, celebration, love and war. A loving nod to the Brits. 10 pm.
C'Mon Fierce rock 'n' roll machine with sweaty dirty-denim gusto flies a freak flag in the face the soulless. 11 pm.
White Cowbell Oklahoma Hellraising shit-disturbers showcase brand new material from their upcoming release, Casa Diablo. Midnight. Kathedral Friendly Rich & The Lollipop People The new CD, We Need a New F-Word, from Rich and his oddball orchestra releases in Europe this August. 9 pm.
The Arsoncityscape Rock five-piece has been compared to Goldfinger, Jimmy Eat World and Angels & Airwaves. 10 pm.
Kola Koca Death Squad Tight instrumentation and warm, fuzzy guitars make for sincere and epic rock music with a hint of empathy. 11 pm.
Eden Ants Art-spiked indie rock fused with post-punk. Their last release got raves, and their newest drops summer 2006. Midnight.
G13 Their 2006 debut, Strangeway, features 13 compact, guitar-driven modern rock anthems that pummel the listener into a blissful stupor. 1 am. Lee's Palace Alun Piggins Former singer for the Morganfields, Piggins now performs with a style that moves seamlessly from roots to rock. 9 pm.
Clouds forming Crowns Formed in 2004 by Todd (half of the Circus Devils) and Tim Tobias after Tim's stint in Guided by Voices. 10 pm.
Luke Doucet There are no distortion pedals in the open country: only bottles and necks, stretchy distances and strings. 11 pm.
Mike Doughty Former frontman of world-renowned musical mish-mashers Soul Coughing is happier than he's ever been. Midnight. Neutral Ruth's Hat 50s-influenced modern rock 'n' roll band armed with deadly melodies and harmonies. Infectious, upbeat and highly energetic. 9 pm.
SUEISFINE Melodious flow of ambient guitars meshed with a solid rhythm section, and some strange sound effects to round things out. 10 pm.
Unsensored Scarborough-based band composed of three ready-to-be-rockstar girls and a kick-ass guy drummer. 11 pm. Rancho Relaxo infotourist Factions of Lacklustre, Reno's Hitmen, Bumblepuppy and the Will Gillespie Trio have consolidated and released Selected Case Studies. 9 pm.
littleSUNDAY Alternative, melodic and classic rock fusion creates a five-star euphoria of technical skill and awe-inspiring performance. 10 pm.
El Dog Scotland-based intimate vocals and killer guitar riffs. Recording with producer Geoff Allan (Mogwai, Aereogramme and Franz Ferdinand). 11 pm.
Undersea Explosion Dirty, nihilistic NY rock 'n' roll band with undercurrents of garage, rockabilly, goth, post-punk and Delta blues. Midnight.
How I Won The War Song power and star power. They move you and make you move. Just like that. 1 am. Reverb Elizabeth Shepherd Trio http://www.myspace.com/elizabethshepherd. 8 pm.
Melissa McClelland Bio not available. 9 pm.
Jason Falkner Bio not available. 10 pm.
Femme Generation Their latest release, Brothers And Sisters, Alone We Explode, evokes singalong glee and sweaty debauchery. 11 pm.
Amy Millan Note-perfect mezzo-soprano indie starlet Stars songstress delivers lush pop tales about boozy benders and sober requiems of love lost. Midnight.
DO RIGHT SOUNDSYSTEM Anonymous Twist (Live) Abs & Fase (Live) Circle Research (DJ set) John Kong (DJ set). www.dorightmusic.com. 1 am. Richmond Lounge The Red Menace w/ CounterClock & L-Murda While Red Menace raps about communism, destroying capitalism, falling in love and Parkdale, CounterClock plays funky-ass dancin' music. 9 pm.
Groove Bros. Incredible beats and the musical strength of Outkast with a live show that's reminiscent of the Beastie Boys circa 1995. 10 pm.
Belladonna & the Awakening Fusing folk, funk, jazz and rock, they layer soulful rhyme with bass, bassoon, trumpet and a regiment of rhythm. 11 pm.
Bobby Dreadfull Toronto-based high-energy funk fusion band featuring 11 highly skilled professional musicians/singers/dancers/superheroes. Midnight.
Bless 23-year-old Montreal-based MC was breakdancing by age 8 and demoing songs in the studio by 12. 1 am. Rivoli Justin Nozuka Currently working on a CD, this 17-year-old Queens, NY-based songwriter has been making music since 13. 8 pm.
Madviolet Award-winning, richly melodic Toronto singer/songwriters about to release their second album, Caravan. Solid storytelling set against tumbleweed pop. 9 pm.
Nine Mile Melding rock, funk, Caribbean and folk influences into a high-energy groove-oriented performance best described as urban acoustic pop. 10 pm.
The Midway State It starts with simple acoustic guitar, a pen, a pad and passion. 11 pm.
The Mark Inside Seamlessly integrate driving blues-based jams and fierce, primal punk, complete with thundering distortion levels. Midnight.
Steven Dall Solo effort from member of Ottawa indie rockers the Department of Foreign Affairs. Think Nick Cave, Bob Dylan and Waylon Jennings. 1 am. Savannah Claire Jenkins Avec Band Four-piece boasting three-part harmonies amid the landscape of double bass, keys, strings and accordion. 9 pm.
Dan Mangan Ass-kicking rock-folk with refreshing lyrics, powerful songwriting and undeniable presence. 10 pm.
Annachristie and the sisters thryce The sisters sing raw, real, heart-pounding harmonies. Their first album is being played all over the U.S. 11 pm.
Reuben Butchart Unique blend of soul-tinged chamber pop from original pianist for Antony & the Johnsons. His voice soars like Rufus Wainwright's. Midnight.
Gil Kafka Group Top-shelf songwriting and well-seasoned musicians deliver a blend country, jazz, pop, folk and rock. 1 am. Silver M6K 2C4Dollar Special Guest 8 pm.
From Fiction Toronto four-piece hard rock band released their debut EP in 2004 and recorded their full-length in 2005. 9 pm.
Hot Springs This marble-rye of indie rock is equal parts spooky, shiny, pure, poppy, dark, thrashing, slow and pounding. 10 pm.
The Besnard Lakes I love the way these guys really give'r. I don't care if they have vintage amps and wear leather jackets. Their music is sweet nectar for the soul. Join Oggy, Jaws, and co. for a soaring ride to a majestic palace of psychedelic bliss.(Fringe Pop bio)www.thebesnardlakes.com. 11 pm.
HILOTRONS Bio not available. Midnight.
Anagram Bio not available. 1 am. Vatikan ANTI-HERO Whip-sharp vocals and fevered lyrics are pierced through a hybrid of pop, punk and alternative elements. 8 pm.
A-struct Ajax-based band with tremendous momentum and stomp-metal riffs. 9 pm.
Proxy Set Familiar yet provocative, smooth yet stimulating, there's nothing cookie-cutter about this music for the soul. 10 pm.
Murder Your Darlings Dayton, Ohio-based outfit deliver abrasive punk-rock rock and roll with precise aim. 11 pm.
Mydols Somewhere between Romper Room and psychosis, at the intersection of motherhood and madness, comes rockin' soccer moms the Mydols! Midnight.
The Snot Rockets Too well dressed for punk rock but too explosive to succeed. 1 am.
The Art Bar Zoe Keating She's toured her haunting rhythms -- live electronic sampling layered with the cello -- with Imogen Heap. 9 pm.
tim ellis NYC singer/songwriter whose 100-song catalogue evokes Bob Dylan, Elvis and the Stones. Irving Aazoff liked what he saw. 10 pm.
Jodi Martin Singer/songwriter whose music draws on experiences growing up in the Australian Nullarbor desert and living in Sydney's inner city. 11 pm.
JF Robitalle Montrealer whose debut EP, The Blood In My Body, was produced by Howard Bilerman (Wolf Parade, Arcade Fire) and Brian Paulson (Beck). Midnight.
The Winter of Our Discontent Cleveland singer/songwriter Justin Markert's acoustic project fuses Ryan Adams melodies with the social commentary of Pedro the Lion. 1 am. The Bagel The Buffali Bombastic acoustic indie-pop girl/guy outfit romp through heartbreak and alien abduction with quirky vocal interplay and catchy melodies. 9 pm.
My Latex Brain Dayton, Ohio, team of just-nice folks deliver the best in hook-laden lo-fi electro-punk. 10 pm.
Mr. Gnome Nicole Barille and Sam Meister create hard-edged trip-rock by blending driving, passionate vocals with synchronized rhythmic shifts. 11 pm.
Metermaids Dynamic, honest, unforgiving, emotionally intense hiphop laced with subtle humour. Midnight.
October Guard Pleasurable dissonance. 1 am. Black Bull Elemeno Peas London, Ontario, funk/R&B nine-piece won best blues/R&B group at London's 2006 Music Awards. 8 pm.
November Allstars Alt-country bluegrass with a pinch of rock, from Brian Dunn, Paul DiSalle, Dave Jeffrey and Craig Kozair. 9 pm.
Pedestrian Blend of modern indie and post-new-wave that delivers driving anthemic rock songs, vulnerable ballads and multi-faceted epics. 10 pm.
Willie Phoenix Jammin' American roots rocker fuses blues, soul and 60s psychedelic rock, citing the Stones, Cream and Otis Redding as influences. 11 pm.
Blue Mercury Coupe Loud, greasy six-piece ripping off the best of America's most marginalized music: 40s jump, 50s rockabilly, 60s garage, 70s punk. Midnight.
The Nordiques Toronto outfit known for playing a ragged and cheeky form of rock and roll without compromising their pop sensibilities. 1 am. Bovine Sex Club Romeo Liquor Store A lethal, combustible combination of cranked-up, high-energy, dirty rock 'n' roll punk inspired by Mtley Cre, G'N'R and the Cult. 9 pm.
the exchanges Intelligent, primal, rip-yer-face-off power rock for the masses. 10 pm.
The Saint Alvia Cartel Superstar alleycats from Grade, Jersey, BoysNightOut and Video Dead comin' at ya like bullets outta gangland. Damn hot shit. 11 pm.
The Vox Melodic and passionate three-piece rising to the fore of the Manchester music scene perform their first show outside the UK. Midnight.
The Defectors Fuzzed-out rock 'n' roll that takes the innocence and irreverence of 60s next-door-garage-hero records into the 21st century. 1 am. Cadillac Lounge Cindy Archer & the Moving Target Bio not available. 9 pm.
Wrinkle Neck Mules Richmond, VA, Americana mishmash of electric guitars, mandolins, drums, bluegrass harmony. Their latest, Pull The Brake, is haunting and humorous. 10 pm.
Wink Keziah & DELUX MOTEL High-powered honky-tonk touring as proud members of the Americana Music Association. 11 pm.
Donal Hinely Steeped in Texan tradition, his 2005 release, Giants, earned significant airplay on American folk radio. Midnight.
Jacques & The Shakey Boys Bluntry... the emotional chaos, conflict and fallout that occur when the sharp end of blues and the bottom end of country collide. 1 am. Cameron House Cat Jahnke Award-winning performer whose album, None Of Those Things, has been released. 9 pm.
Cass Eager Sydney-based performer whose refreshingly honest Joplinesque voice and eclectic songwriting will spellbind listeners. 10 pm.
Valery Gore Piano-pop songwriter inspired by Tori and Bjrk releases her European debut this summer while prepping her second Canadian release. 11 pm.
Jason Bajada His latest, Up Go The Arms, zigzags through pop flavours from pedal-steel country to Beach Boy horn harmony sweetness. Midnight.
no second troy D.C.-based atmospheric indie rock with groovy beats and Alf eating a cat in the background. 1 am. Ciao Edie Roxx The Prince Brothers Bio not available. 9 pm.
Brazz Tree Mazz sings smooth and soul-drenched while fiddling classic to Celtic and Brad fingerpicks a party on his acoustic guitar. 10 pm.
butterfly 9 With strong echoes of pop mavens Aimee Mann and Matthew Sweet, this Sydney duo have toured Oz with Counting Crows. 11 pm.
Hexes & Ohs Infusing the aloof frigidity of IDM and the reflective lyrical embrace of indie rock, Montreal duo creates intelligent, accessible music. Midnight.
Sara Johnston Ex-Bran Van 3000 is releasing her solo debut, Sleeper, a soulful and sweet intimacy. 1 am. Clinton's Joshua Bartholomew His captivating melodies, haunting harmonies and killer falsetto won the 2006 MIX 99.9 songwriting contest. He's opened for Ron Sexsmith. 9 pm.
Easily Amused Since their 2001 debut, Novice, a combination of searing harmonies and infectious songwriting, they've staged almost 600 shows. 10 pm.
The Mission District Montreal-based team currently in the studio recording their first album with producer Matt Dematteo (Mobile, Ashley MacIsaac, Hawskley Workman). 11 pm.
OBSIDIAN Loud, heavy rock and roll band currently recording a follow-up to their 2002 self-titled debut. Midnight.
My Little Radio Pop-punk outfit just recorded their debut with legendary British producer/engineer Matthew Ellard (Weezer, Pixies, Letters to Cleo, Mtorhead). 1 am. Cloak & Dagger Ali Eskandarian Ambient alt-country soundscapes mixed with edgy songwriting. 9 pm.
Miwa Gemini Her vocals are like champagne bubbles and the sounds of her guitar feel like a kaleidoscope. 10 pm.
Kate Schutt An audacious, almost reckless synthesis of jazz and folk by one of few females playing the Novax eight-string guitar/bass hybrid. 11 pm.
Helen Money Chicago-based cellist Alison Chesley combines her classical training with the set-up of a lead guitar player. Midnight.
octoberman Marc Morrissette becomes Octoberman when he lifts the guitar and utters some fragile melody that cracks between strums. The words he sings add up to decent stories, and his music has been compared to Jack Kerouac and Neil Young sharing a bottle of whisky. 1 am. Comfort Zone Bend Sinister The best of 70s prog and modern independent rock combine to produce fresh pop pleasure and challenging rhythmic and melodic puzzles. 8 pm.
Run With The Kittens Having honed their razor-sharp rock 'n' roll at Toronto's Cameron House for over two years, they're kicking off their Canadian summer tour. 9 pm.
Pride Tiger East Vancouver boogie rock with catchy riffs, feel-good rhythms and anthem-worthy melodies delivered with technical precision. 10 pm.
Sweet Thing Toronto six-piece boasting infectious dancey pop rock charged by duelling guitars, grooves, harmonies and handclaps. 11 pm.
the BROWN HORNETS Newcastle-based manic explosion of gospel, soul and rock 'n' roll. Their video and album drop this July. Midnight.
King Khan & His Shrines Blazing brass, raw rhythm 'n' blues and deep-fried rock 'n' soul dosed up with punk insubordination and psychedelic power. 1 am. Crowbar Witchbox UK/Canada band pens love and lack songs with clever wit and sarcasm. Early U2 meets the Cure and the Smiths. 9 pm.
STARE INTO THE SUN Dark rock leanings mixed with art rock explorations produce an apocalyptic post-rock noir of toothy cityscapes and tawdry romances. 10 pm.
Maps Of The Night Sky Bio not available. 11 pm.
Norton Their impending release, produced by Greg Haver (Manics, Super Furry Animals) follows a string of sold-out UK gigs. Midnight.
Lights On Warm melodies, two mesmerizing lead vocalists and a brilliant wall of sound. 1 am. The Drake Hotel Hunter Valentine Driving, relentlessly hooky pop shot through with drum breaks, bass lines and melodies that stick in your brain. Heartbreaker music. 9 pm.
Deni Bonet This college radio favourite has performed her ironic, catchy alternative pop with REM, Sarah McLachlan and Cyndi Lauper. 10 pm.