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Due to construction in the area, please allow extra travel time when visiting Harbourfront Centre. Details here.
An innovative music-based festival that pushes envelopes and challenges your perceptions about live music. Also featuring short-listed nominees for our SoundClash Music Award.
DJ Denise Benson is on the decks while BeaverTails Catering dishes out their SoundClash special.
8:30pm – 9:30pm
Montrealís Ghislain Porierís new project and vision, titled simply Boundary, makes its Toronto debut at Harbourfront Centre.
Sit back and relax under the stars and watch the best in Canadian music videos, as curated by MuchFACT.
Up-and-coming rapper MC Jazz and her producer DJ Cozmic Cat rock the Redpath Stage with a set of queer-friendly, party rocking hip hop.
This female-fronted group from NYC has a celebratory electronic pop sound that recalls the anthemic driving albums of the mid-'90s. Get nostalgic with us as they hit up the SoundClash Festival on Friday night!
12:00pm – 6:00pm
Come play and learn about drum machines, synthesizers and all the other toys Moog Audio has to offer.
1:30pm – 2:00pm
KASHKA is the ongoing musical project of Kat Burns, a songwriter and musician based in Toronto. Originally launched to catch the songs that didnít fit under the orchestral-folk-pop umbrella of her former band, Forest City Lovers, the project has since grown legs and begun to power walk; with arms up and a determined look across her face.
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Harbourfront Centreís SoundClash Award nominees will talk about their music and the places and people who have influenced their music and helped them on their journey to represent Torontoís sound. Sarah Liss, Culture Editor of The Grid, will be hosting/interviewing.
2:30pm – 3:00pm
Blending post-punk, shoegaze and electronic music, Program hope to prove that in an era of mass consumption and instant gratification, maybe itís not such a bad thing to hide away in darkness until we are ready for the light of day.
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Don't miss the horn-powered, percussion-fuelled, sonic and visual assault of Five Alarm Funk.