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Live Music: No Joy at The Garrison, Toronto

Hawley Dunbar April 24, 2013 Concert Reviews, Music No Comments

No Joy at The Garrison Toronto

Montreal shoe gazers No Joy warmed the crowd last night opening for UK experimental group Clinic at Toronto’s Garrison. With spring in the air, people seem more wiling to head out and party, and that reflected in the turnout for Tuesday night, despite a lack of movement or emotion from many.

The head banging foursome (three chicks, one dude) played their way through the majority of the highlights from Ghost Blonde with the utmost power and precision, they ended on a high note with “Junior” off last years Negaverse EP mixed by Sune Rose Wagner, which was indeed the highlight of their short but sweet set.

Their music makes us yearn for the still far off sun drenched days of summer festival hopping, and we can’t wait to catch them at one some day soon. For those down south, you can check them out at Austin Psych Fest later this month.

Pick up No Joy’s recently dropped third full length record Wait To Pleasure now and check out some photos of their set below.

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