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5 artists you need to check out at Wavelength Winter Festival

Wavelength Winter Festival takes place this weekend, from February 13th to 16th, 2020.

Since this year marks Wavelength Music’s 20th anniversary year, they’ve got a stacked lineup with so many artists you won’t want to miss out on. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of some of the shows you just can’t skip.

Check out our list of five must-see artists this year below.

Haviah Mighty

February 15th | Longboat Hall | $20 advance / $25 at the door

Head to the Longboat Hall on February 15th to catch 2019’s Polaris Music Prize winner Haviah Mighty. The Brampton MC’s uncompromising debut album 13th Floor explores the challenges she has faced as a rapper because of her gender and race. Over 13 genre-bending tracks, Mighty pays tribute to her family, who taught her how to persevere despite facing racism growing up.

Little Scream

February 14th | Longboat Hall | $20 advance / $25 at the door

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Little Scream, who will be playing at the Longboat Hall on February 14th. The Montreal-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumental musician shared her most recent album Speed Queen last year, and she’s sure to play a balance of new tracks and older hits like “Love As A Weapon.”

Torii Wolf

February 15th | The Garrison | $15 advance / $20 at the door

New York singer-songwriter Torii Wolf is bringing her revolutionary hip-hop tracks to The Garrison on February 15th. When asked by Phoenix Mag about what her live performances are like, Wolf explains, “The live experience is exactly that. An experience. Ever evolving, I like to incorporate different instrumentation. Live performance is my favourite. In that space I feel the most connected.”

Yves Jarvis

February 15th | Longboat Hall | $20 advance / $25 at the door

Montreal’s Yves Jarvis, formerly known as Un Blonde, is headed to the Longboat Hall on February 15th. Last year, Yves Jarvis shared his sophomore album The Same but by Different Means, which came packed with unbelievable tracks like “Fruits Of Disillusion” and “360.”

Les Mouches

February 13th | Sneaky Dee’s | $15 advance / $20 at the door

Toronto indie rockers and former Polaris Prize winners Les Mouches will be at Sneaky Dee’s tonight, where they’ll perform some of their unbelievable indie tracks like “Close To You” and “What We’ve Known As Buildings Have Always Been Canyons.”

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