Noisemakers captures performances by our favourite emerging artists, off-stage and up-close.
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Watch Brian Borcherdt and Leon Taheny violate the “keep quiet” policy of a Toronto library with a performance of “Property Lines.”
The Hamilton trio play a kitchen gig for Pizza Pops and beer. Don't you wish you were in a rock band?
The Elwins give Mariah Carey's holiday classic an indie pop makeover.
We caught Digits performing an earlier song, "Rachel Marie," at Steam Whistle's 24th Unsigned concert showcase, and spoke to him about his craft.
Mac performs his Ode to Viceroy in our living room, and shouts out to his bros in Alpha Cappa Something.
The band invited us into their practice space (located in a nearly impenetrable underground tunnel maze) for a performance of “UFO,” a buzzing carnival whirligig that sounds like bits of more genres than we have space to name.
Sloan allowed our cameras in to their recording space to capture a performance of "Worried Now" from their championed 1994 record Twice Removed.
The Antlers perform an expansive and frustratingly beautiful rendition of "Drift Dive" from 2012's Undersea EP, and tell us about the dramatic changes in their lives.
Watch Toronto's own Odonis Odonis bring their "industrial surf-gaze" to Steam Whistle's Unsigned #23, and speak with us about their modest aspirations as a band.
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