Miracle: The Darcys at WayHome 2017

Sometimes things don’t go quite as planned… but they still go really well. If you need an example, look no further than The Darcys tearing it up on the WayBright stage at WayHome 2017.

Just five days before the Toronto twosome came to Oro-Medonte to play the festival, Jason was hit by a car while riding his bicycle. The resulting fall cracked his helmet and left him with a twice broken arm, not ideal for a guitarist. BUT, the band moved forward with their WayHome plans. They got their palm tree and over-sized inflatable pink flamingo ready, and Jason picked out a sparkling gold sling for his arm, and the show went on.

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With guitar tracks loaded and ready to go, The Darcys powered through their sun drenched afternoon set, with fans standing and sitting in the field around the stage, and singing and dancing as the songs in the set played out around them. Tracks including Studio City, Arizona Hwy, Black Diamonds, San Diego 1988, and Miracle sent a groove through the crowd, and a vibe that was happy, and positive and reflected the new sound from the band perfectly.

Jason and Wes both worked the crowd, bringing everyone’s hot and sunny afternoon together during the 30 minute set. Hell, Jason even gave everyone a chance to sing an old favourite, Ginuwine’s Pony as the lead in to San Diego 1988. And honestly, who doesn’t love belting out the chorus to one of 1996’s most lasting hits?

The Toronto duo were gracious, entertaining, and on point from start to finish… and it was appreciated by the crowd. We only wish they could have played longer.

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During the set Wes also offered some advice to the fans, echoing his words to me during our interview earlier in the week… take care of each other, pick each other up, and drink lots of water.

Oh, and Wes was right, a nice cold Palm Bay would have paired perfectly with their music under the hot Saturday sun.

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WayHome 2017 Preview: The Darcys

With WayHome just days away, we’re getting geared up for a whole lot of live music and fun… and The Darcys are too.

We caught up with Wes on the phone to talk about festival highlights and tips – drinks – palm trees – flamingos – and more in the lead up to Oro-Medonte’s biggest multi-genre party of the summer season.

One listen to The Darcys’ newest release, Centerfold and it’s clear that there’s a new vibe, direction, and vision from Wes and Jason as they push forward with the band that they started together a decade ago. The art-pop-synth-neon-dancy-palm tree-party sound that peppers the album from front to back is a lot of fun, and they know it. They’ve also seen fans of the band turn the corner to party with the new music, and they’re excited about that result.

Wes told me that it’s exciting to see the fans more engaged than ever before at live shows. “So fun,” he says, and adds that there have been multiple sightings of inflatables in the crowd, including palm trees and parrots. And while parrots may be Jimmy Buffet’s thing, the guys are happy to steal it and see more of them at their shows in every city, every night. Every one of those cities and tour stops is also an opportunity for fans of The Darcys to pick up exclusive merch, and it’s flying off the shelves.

Wes talked about the merch changing from flat black shirts with the band’s’ name in a scripty font to the more colourful pink, seafoam pastels we’re seeing now… at first, fans weren’t sure about the new look and direction – and then, all of a sudden, the boys couldn’t keep the new gear in stock. In fact, there’s a rush merch order right now so WayHome will be fully stocked with brand new merch from The Darcys.

I asked Wes what his personal favourite pieces of merch is right now and he told me that the movie poster sits at the top of the list… but that the new merch that will drop later this summer is ready to take over that top spot.

We also talked a bunch about festival life, with Wes telling me that the Elora Riverfest and WayHome are his two favourites, with both affording him a chance to walk around and truly experience the music and feel of the event. He gave props to the fans who say hi, but are respectful of the fact that he’s there for a good time, just like they are.

I asked which acts he’s most looking forward to checking out at WayHome 2017 and he gave me an awesome list of talent that includes Frank Ocean, Tegan and Sara, Royal Blood, PUP, Justice, and Imagine Dragons among others. And with a list like that, there’s a strong chance we’re going to run into him from time to time on the festival grounds.

I also asked Wes which acts he’d buy tickets to see if he was given the chance, and learned that Beck still sits at the top of his list, with REM, U2, and Bruno Mars all taking spots on the list. His #1 criteria for live shows is: Entertainment… and we can’t argue with that.

Before we finished on the phone I asked Wes a few more questions, starting with some percentages/odds on a bunch of things, including:

• Chances we’ll see at least 1 palm tree on stage at WayHome – Wes says: 100%
• Chance there will be a Toronto show before the end of the year – Wes says: 90%
• Chance there will be a Christmas Cover in 2017 to follow up 2016’s All I Want For Christmas Is You – Wes says: 50%
• Chance the band is working on new stuff right now – Wes says: 100%
AND, I was told that there’s a strong chance we’ll see a rather large inflatable… stay tuned for more.

I also asked what drink he recommends when listening to The Darcys, and he gave two answers:

1) A cold Palm Bay, maybe something with coconut or pineapple.
2) A nice crisp, refreshing summer beer.

And finally, as we’ve been asking a lot of people this year, what is your #1 festival tip… and Wes offered this.

Drink plenty of water. Don’t be afraid to lay off the hooch a little bit. Know where your party comes from. Stick with your friends. Look out for each other.

Thanks again to Wes for the chat, we’re looking forward to seeing The Darcys hit the WayBright Stage at 3pm on Saturday afternoon at WayHome – and we invite you to be there too, because it should be awesome.

Stay tuned for more interviews, photos, reviews, and more – we’ve got it coming in hot!

Oh, and check out the new video for Arizona Hwy from The Darcy’s Centerfold. Right here, right now, just press play!

WayHome 2017 Preview: Day-to-Day Schedule and Stage Lineup

We keep counting down the days to WayHome 2017… and now we know exactly what we’re counting down to!

The day-to-day lineup and stage schedules have been released, giving everyone a chance to mark up with wishlist and plan for running from WayHome to WayBright to WayAway and back again throughout the three day weekend.

Here’s the thing, we know that you’re going to look at this schedule and realize that you wish you could be in two places at once… that’s just a fact of big festival life. But, we trust that you’ll make the decision that is best for you.

We also know that you’re going to look at the schedule and see some time slots that don’t have a name on your Must See list… we highly recommend doing a little Spotify research and picking some new acts to see. Live is always a great way to discover and fall in love with new music.

So, without any further ado, here is the 2017 WayHome day-to-day stage schedule…

Friday, July 28

WayHome Stage

The Belle Game
2:45 – 3:15
3:45 – 4:15
San Fermin
4:45 – 5:30
Dashboard Confessional
6:00 – 6:45
7:15 – 8:00
Cage The Elephant
8:30 – 9:30
10:15 – 11:30

WayBright Stage

Grace Mitchell
2:15 – 2:45
Picture This
3:15 – 3:45
Allan Rayman
4:30 – 5:00
The Naked And Famous
5:30 – 6:15
6:45 – 7:30
Foster The People
8:00 – 9:00
The Shins
9:30 – 10:30
11:45 – 1:00

WayAway Stage

Gabrielle Shonk
2:00 – 2:30
3:00 – 3:30
Margaret Glaspy
4:00 – 4:30
Pat Lock
5:00 – 5:30
Andy Shauf
6:15 – 7:00
Tanya Tagaq
7:30 – 8:15
8:45 – 9:30
11:00 – 11:45
Danny Brown
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Saturday, July 29

WayHome Stage

2:45 – 3:15
3:45 – 4:15
Death From Above
4:45 – 5:30
Schoolboy Q
6:00 – 7:00
Vance Joy
7:45 – 8:45
Imagine Dragons
9:30 – 11:00

WayBright Stage

Charlotte Cardin
2:00 – 2:30
3:00 – 3:30
4:00 – 4:45
Royal Blood
5:30 – 6:15
Jazz Cartier
7:00 – 7:45
8:30 – 9:30
12:00 – 1:00

WayAway Stage

2:30 – 3:00
3:30 – 4:00
Magic Giant
4:30 – 5:00
5:30 – 6:00
6:30 – 7:00
Louis The Child
7:30 – 8:15
8:45 – 9:30
Mura Masa
11:00 – 11:45
12:15 – 1:00

Sunday, July 30

WayHome Stage

2:45 – 3:15
The Drums
3:45 – 4:30
5:15 – 6:00
6:30 – 7:15
Porter Robinson
8:00 – 9:00
Frank Ocean
9:45 – 11:15

WayBright Stage

Clairmont The Second
2:00 – 2:30
Colony House
3:00 – 3:30
The Dirty Nil
4:00 – 4:30
Jagwar Ma
5:00 – 5:30
6:00 – 6:45
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
7:15 – 8:00
Tegan And Sara
8:45 – 9:45

WayAway Stage

2:30 – 3:00
Harrison Brome
3:30 – 4:00
Rag ‘N’ Bone Man
4:30 – 5:00
Hundred Waters
5:30 – 6:00
Daniel Caesar
6:45 – 7:30
Car Seat Headrest
8:15 – 9:15
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WayHome 2017 Preview: The Darcys Top 5

The Toronto duo of Jason Couse and Wes Marskell will be live and loud with their good time vibes and groovy tunes this summer at WayHome, as The Darcys hit the stage on Saturday, July 29th.

We had the chance to see The Darcys on stage at The Phoenix at WayHome for the Holidays in November when their 2016 release, Centerfold, was fresh and new. The boys shone in all of their fringe/bleached denim/neon light glory that night as they let the music flow through their bodies, instruments and the speakers.

And we fully expect the same results when we see the boys in Oro-Medonte this summer, complete with dancing feet in the crowd, and smiles on many, many faces.

To get you ready for the WayHome action, we’ve got our Top 5 tracks from The Darcys right here, right now. Hit play, dance like nobody’s watching, and we’ll see you at WayHome!


Don’t Bleed Me

The River

San Diego, 1988

Studio City

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Get Ready for the Remix: Arkells’ My Heart’s Always Yours

If you’re old enough to remember buying CD singles, you remember the awesomeness that was single remixes. And if you’re not old enough to remember buying CD singles… we’ve got good news for you!

To all of our good fortune, there are four new remixes of My Heart’s Always Yours, the third single from Arkell’s Morning Report.

The song itself has performed well as a single, reaching #3 Canadian Alternative chart and #4 on the Canadian Rock chart… and if you love the original, there’s a very strong chance that you’re going to dig at least one of the remixes that have been released to go with it.

My Heart’s Always Yours (Remixes) Tracklist

1. My Heart’s Always Yours – Lights Remix
2. My Heart’s Always Yours – RubēHill Remix
3. My Heart’s Always Yours – Darcys Remix
4. My Heart’s Always Yours – Arion Remix

To pick tell which remix is the best is impossible – because they’re all unique enough to allow for everyone to pick their own favourite.

In the end we just really think it’s cool that we’ve come back to the idea of multiple remixes on tracks and having the chance to hear them as more than just dance tracks at a club.

Let’s hope that Arkells and their remixing friends are starting a trend and that we get more of this in the very near future from more of our favourite artists and songs.

If you have a favourite, leave a comment and tell us which it is. We want to know!

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WayHome 2017 Lineup Announcement!

We’ve been waiting, all of us, patiently (mostly) for this day – and now it’s here…

WayHome has released the lineup for the 2017 music and arts festival, and the time is now to get excited for July 28-30 at Burl’s Creek.

With the release of their photo clues last week, WayHome started a conversation full of guesses, predictions, rumours and more. But now the guessing is over, and the planning can start. If you’ve already got your tickets for the festival, you’re hoping that some of the names on the list aren’t performing on stages at the same time (there are always hard decisions), and if you don’t have your tickets yet – it’s time to grab them so you can see Imagine Dragons, Frank Ocean, and Flume headlining on the weekend.

The last two years at WayHome have been a lot of fun. We’ve seen some amazing performances. We’ve seen some awesome totems. And we’ve witnessed the awesomeness of people coming together to enjoy music and art. The people, you people, that come to the fields and stages and campgrounds make this whole thing pretty cool.

Check the list of 2017 WayHome performers so far, and leave a comment telling us who you’re most excited to see.

And stay tuned – because we’ll have previews, interviews, and maybe even some badass contests leading up to the end of July.

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† Imagine Dragons
† Frank Ocean
† Flume
† Justice
† Solange
† Marshmello
† Vance Joy
† Schoolboy Q
† Tegan And Sara
† The Shins

† Allan Rayman
† Andy Shauf
† Banks
† Begonia
† Belle Game
† Blossoms
† Car Seat Headrest
† Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaries
† Charlotte Cardin
† Colony House
† Constantines
† Daniel Caesar
† Danny Brown
† Darcys
† Dashboard Confessional
† Death From Above 1979
† Gabrielle Shonk
† Harrison Brome
† Honne
† Hundred Waters
† Illenium
† Jagwar Ma
† Jahkoy
† Jazz Cartier
† Louis The Child
† Magic Giant
† Margaret Glaspy
† Mitski
† Mura Masa
† Nobro
† Noname
† Pat Lok
† Phantogram
† Picture This
† Poliça
† Rag’N’Bone Man
† Royal Blood
† Russ
† Skott
† Tanya Tagaq
† The Dirty Nil
† The Drums
† The Hunna
† The Naked And Famous

… and more to be announced

Tell us – who are you excited to see this year? Who is a true must see?!

WayHome For The Holidays At The Phoenix!

On a Wednesday night in Toronto, the holiday season started with a bang with special thanks to WayHome.

A full house packed The Phoenix to see Darcys, Bear Mountain, and The Beaches… and to check out the Christmas market, take photos with The Edge 102.1’s Santa, drink, sing, dance, and make donations to MusiCounts in exchange for mystery presents.

Note: The fish tacos from Rancho Relaxo – To Go (with a little Frank’s Red Hot) were a fantastic treat sometime after 10pm when I really needed them!

The first shout out needs to go to W.R. Best Memorial Public School from Oro-Medonte who came all the way to Toronto to take the stage to start the show with their ukuleles and leis. They played their little hearts out and were amazing playing one of my favourite all-time Christmas carols – Silver Bells!


After the choir left the stage, the volume got turned up and The Beaches gave everyone a reason to start a party on a Wednesday night. Jordan, Kylie, Eliza, and Leandra were dripping with cool on stage. There was no holding back. No lack of joy. No messing around.
The Beaches were all in on their fem-rock vibe, and the assembled crowd were all in too.

As they played through their set the talent was clear. The energy was fantastic. And as much as I loved Leandra’s Clark Griswold tee, it was Eliza’s GRL BAND swag that grabbed my attention. With the music these women are making, and the hook of their single, Give It Up, be prepared for a very significant 2017 from The Beaches!


Second on bill, the filling in our holiday party Oreo, all the way from Vancouver, was Triangle dance band from the future – Bear Mountain.

We saw Bear Mountain in 2015 at WayHome in the woods on the WayAway stage and they impressed us then, in the middle of the afternoon. At WayHome for the Holidays the boys got to plug in at night, which is great because this band makes music you should be dancing to. For real.

Also, Ian’s voice is freaking awesome and I really, really want to hear him play Prince songs at a party. But no matter what Bear Mountain is playing, I mostly just want to hear it in a great crowd, with space to dance and clap my hands, and slip away into the electronic beats and guitar work and drums and sound.

If you’re lucky enough to find a show with Bear Mountain playing a little bit later at night and you’re in the mood for a good time – see the show.

Actually… here’s us suggesting to WayHome that the band hits one of the stages for a late night set in 2017.


Last, but not least (as they say), came the night’s headliners/highlights/main event… Darcys.

With a new record on shelves, Darcys are hot right now – and with their 80s inspired everything, they are more than just hot – they’re on fire. Dressed in sweet vintage denim and on a stage packed with palms and neon, Darcys gave the WayHomies everything they could have asked for.

If you haven’t taken the time to listen to Centerfold yet, I highly suggest it. And hearing Jason and Wes make it all come to life, live and in living colour put an exclamation mark on the whole thing.

This is a Toronto band that is making noise, and if they’re going to continue to pour the kind of energy we saw Wednesday night into what they do on tour in 2017, Darcys are going to continue to play to bigger and louder crowds from city to city and coast to coast.

Bring your dancing shoes. And wear your acid washed jeans. It’s going to be a good time no matter where you find them.


AND for 12 hours only, from midnight til noon on Monday, November 28, WayHome 2017 tickets will be available at wayhome.com!!!

More photos of The Beaches from WayHome for the Holidays!


More photos of Bear Mountain from WayHome for the Holidays!


More photos of Darcys from WayHome for the Holidays!


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Movember Challenge Karaoke Toronto 2016 #MoChaKaTO

On Thursday, November 17 we are proud to help host Movember Challenge Karaoke Toronto with The Moustache Growers Union Local 416647.

Since 2010, in support of Movember and men’s health initiatives, Movember Challenge Karaoke Toronto has been a super fun event that has raised thousands of dollars for a great cause. And this year isn’t going to be any different.

pennys-bar-to-logoAt Penny’s (1306 Bloor Street West, Toronto) from 9pm to 2am there will be singing and drinking and prizes and surprises.

If you don’t know how Challenge Karaoke works, it’s like this.

A one-time donation of $5 enters you into the karaoke rotation to sing!

A $20 donation can be made to challenge a singer to perform the song of your choice!

A $30 donation can be made by a singer to reject a challenge!

A $50 donation can be made to challenge a singer to perform a song from Jason Rolland’s banned list. The same $50 donation can be made by a singer to perform a banned song without a challenge.

A $100 donation can be made to challenge a singer to perform a song by Celine Dion. The same $100 donation can be made by a singer to perform Celine without a challenge.

Raffle tickets will also be sold, and random donations of any denomination are welcome!

Prizes to be won at Movember Challenge Karaoke include…

wayhome-for-the-holidays-2016 2 tickets to WayHome for the Holidays (Wednesday, November 23 at The Phoenix, Toronto) featuring performances by Darcys, Bear Mountain, and The Beaches. PLUS, some Darcys vinyl, all donated by our friends at Republic Live.

2 autographed CD prize packs from Warner Music Canada featuring Ed Sheeran, Echosmith, and Jess Glynne.

A 1yr jam subscription from Penny Candy Jam and our friends at Penelope PR.

A music swag prize pack from our pals at MDM Recordings.

2 tickets to see the Toronto Marlies at Ricoh Collesium, donated by Mo Bro and event co-host Sean Boulton.

The chance to join Moustache Growers Union Local 416647 members and friends in a private box to watch the Toronto Marlies

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Gift Certificates from Mazz Salon

A sweet cooler with built in radio

As well as assorted other prizes including karaoke jumper cards, moustache themed goodies, and more.

There will also be online auction items available, including…

boots-and-hearts-2017-plaid-thumb 2 tickets to Boots & Hearts 2017, donated by our friends at Republic Live.

An autographed print of The Road Hammers created by Scotty Kipfer, donated by our friends at Penelope PR.

And more!

NOW, if you have anything that you would like to donate for raffle prizes or online auction, please feel free to let me know!

And, if you can’t make it to Penny’s on Thursday, November 17th between 9pm and 2am – you can click right here to visit our Movember profile and make a donation for a great cause.

If you are planning to come and you want to sing, come early… it’s going to be busy and awesome!

Thank you to all of the Mo Bros and Mo Sistas and our supporters all around the world for being part of such a great initiative.

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102.1 the Edge Presents The 2016 CASBY Awards

With Performances from Modern Space, Darcys, Banners, Finger Eleven and Sam Roberts Band

Where to even start… what an amazing night at The Phoenix! From the first note of the first band, I was all in. Yeah, there were awards, and they were cool, very cool but the performances, they were incredible!

First on the stage was Modern Space, they were up for the New Artist award and I’m not sure anyone in the audience would have thought this band could lose. They were great! Amazing energy, fun musical hooks, technically tight and super fun to watch.
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And then it was time for the first award, New Artist! Vying for the win were Attica Riots, Banners, The Dirty Nil and Modern Space. And the winner was… Banners!
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Gracious and humble, Banners’ Michael Nelson accepted the award with a big smile on his face and if that isn’t the best way to start off an evening, and get an artist hyped for their performance, I don’t know what is. And yes, that is a #HotDogMel making an appearance beside Michael. Turns out Mel had a baby last week and this was her first time missing the award show, so her coworkers wanted to make sure that Mel was representing. Nice job guys!

I loved the way the show moved, great organization, quick changes between, great banter from the on-air personalities and Molson Canadian girls throwing t-shirts at the crowd whenever they got a chance.

Next, we were treated to a performance by Darcys. It was a fun, solid set which left us pumped for the next band but also looking forward to their next Toronto show, WayHome For The Holidays, featuring Darcys & Guests on November 23rd.
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And then it was on to the next award, Favourite New Song! And what a tough category, nominated for the award were Wintersleep – Amerika, Arkells – Private School, July Talk – Push + Pull, Banners – Shine A Light and The Strumbellas – Spirits. And the winner was… July Talk for Push + Pull, sadly for us they were not on hand to accept their award  but they’ll be in town October 28th and 29th at The Danforth Music Hall. July Talk - The Edge Sugar Beach Session

The third act of the night was Banners. Dressed all in white with a win under his belt he put on a great set and charmed us all.
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The next award was for Favourite Sugar Beach Session, now if you’ve never seen a Sugar Beach Session, you should! They’re amazing, small, intimate and like nothing else. Nominees in this category were Arkells, Darcys, July Talk, The Strumbellas, USS, and Wintersleep. And the award went to… Arkells!!! I was thrilled, this was definitely one of my favourites. The boys were not there but they did send a video to say funny stuff and thank you.
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Fourth on the bill, Finger Eleven and my only question was, how had I never seen this band live before? Scott Anderson looked like he was having the time of his life and the rest of the band were 100% invested. Watching James Black and Rick Jackett kill it on guitar was amazing.  We caught up with these guys during the CCMA Music Week when we talked with them about their side project, Blackie Jackett Jr. My favourite moment was the mashup of Paralyzer with Another Brick In The Wall, Part Two, complete with full audience sing along. It was spectacular.


The final award was for Favourite New Record and the nominees were… Billy Talent – Afraid of Heights, Wintersleep – The Great Detachment, City and Colour – If I Should Go Before You Go, The Tragically Hip – Man Machine Poem, and The Zolas – Swooner. Now with no disrespect to any of the other nominees, I really didn’t think anyone could beat The Tragically Hip but the winner of this award was Billy Talent – The Great Detachment, nicely done boys! Billy Talent are out on an International tour and were not there to receive their award.

Next, in a surprise move,  Josie Dye took a few moments to talk about The Tragically Hip and Gord Downie. She’s a fan and a friend and her words were eloquent and well-received. Earlier in the year, 102.1 the Edge had asked fans to come in and share their thoughts with Gord and the rest of the band.  They had put together an amazing print which they presented to Sam Roberts, who will be passing it on to the band. I’m sure they’ll be touched.

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And then it was on to our headliner, Sam Roberts Band! With a mixture of a little old and a little new, the Montreal band brought positive energy and ridiculous musical talent to the stage. It was a privilege to see them in such a small venue.

A quick thank you to the Edge for inviting us, it was an amazing evening and an apology to all of the drummers at the show, who never made it into a single shot (except for the one above). I’m sorry!
102.1 The Edge 2016 Casby Award Winners

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