WayHome 2017: Sonic More Music’s Artists That You Have To See

With the 2017 WayHome Music Festival less than a few weeks away, Sonic More Music thought we’d give you our choices of the artists that we really dig and think  know you should check out.
Tickets are still available for the festival which takes place on  July 28 – 30 in Oro-Medonte, ON, you can get them HERE.

CB+Photo

Photo by: Coen Rees Photography

Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaries – Sunday July 30th

At 68 years old, Charles Bradley has done more for music in the last 6 years than most artists due their entire careers. CB didn’t release his first studio album until 2011, and ever since then he’s been on fire burning up the soul charts as well as stages world-wide….do not miss his set.

the-shins
The Shins – Friday July 28

American indie rock band The Shins were formed in 1996 by musician James Mercer, who is now the only remaining original member. They’re latest album ‘Heartworms’ was released back in March.
For their WayHome set, James Mercer will be joined on stage by Yuuki Matthews (bass), Jon Sortland (drums), Mark Watrous (guitar, keys, vocals), Casey Foubert (guitar) and Patti King (keys).

constantines wayhome
Constantines – Friday July 28

Canadian indie rock faves the Constantines have been around the music scene since they got together in Guelph, Ontario, in 1999. Pitchfork Media placed their 2003 album ‘Shine a Light’ at number 172 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s.

pup wayhome
Pup – Saturday July 29

Toronto punks Pup started making music together in a 2011 and haven’t stopped since. They’re last record ‘The Dream is Over’ is all over the place….check them out on the #WayAway stage at #WayHome2017.

Solange – Saturday July 29

Solange Knowles has proven time and time again that she’s more than just Beyoncé’s sister, she’s an R&B force to be reckoned with, and with her hitting the #WayBright stage on Saturday ya’ll get a chance to see exactly what you’ve been missing.

Car Seat Headrest – Sunday Jul 30 8:15 PM on the #WayAway stage

Car Seat Headrest have released more than 12 albums since its inception in 2010.
The band was originally just a “recording project” for Will Toledo, but he eventually added to the group Ethan Ives, Andrew Katz and Seth Dalby.

54_mutemath_1139x541

Mutemath – Sunday Jul 30 5:15 PM on the #WayHome stage

Mutemath (sometimes styled as MuteMath or MUTEMATH) is an American alternative rock band from New Orleans that formed in 2002. The group consists of lead vocalist and keyboardist Paul Meany, drummer Darren King, guitarist Todd Gummerman, and bassist Jonathan Allen, but they often perform on any mixture or variation of these instruments. They draw heavily from influences in 1960s and 1970s soul, psychedelic rock, and jam band styles, utilizing vintage guitars and amplifiers, as well as Rhodes keyboards, synthesizers, and other electronic instruments such as the keytar. (via Wikipedia)

andyway
Andy Shauf – Friday Jul 28 6:15 PM on the #WayAway stage

Andy Shauf is a Canadian singer-songwriter from Regina, Saskatchewan. His album ‘The Party’ was a shortlisted finalist for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize.

unnamed

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Uncategorized, Wayhome Music & Arts Festival, WayHome Music Festival and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.