Lev Rudnev, “City of the Future”, 1927
Amazing how Lev Rudnev’s building in “City of the Future”, drawn in 1927, resembles present-day Toronto condo towers. Rudnev was a soviet practictioner of Stalinist architecture.
I was given the opportunity to see NIN the other day, and although I was pretty apathetic about the music I was excited for the production, and I’m glad I went. The light show was incredible, I’ve never seen anything like it. I was also expecting a sonic barrage of tinny distorted synths and guitars but instead they had a wide array of instrumentation and used with great dynamic. Nice one, Trent.
The Breeders “Safari” video featured on 120 Minutes, 1992
They played Last Splash in entirety at the wrong venue. Do you love me now?
As we pulled up, my Taxi Driver told me he went to school next door to my place!
Parkdale Highschool was demolished in 1928, rebuilt in 1929, with additions made in the 1960s.
St. Stephen’s Church, Toronto!
Dar Robinson jumps off the CN Tower, 1980 #Stones
if you’re nervous use the payphone
Wish i still lived beside this beauty - Parkdale Collegiate, Toronto. Demolished 1928
We’ll be playing this song friday night at The Silver Dollar
Thoroughly enjoying Dan Burke’s mixtape
Trinity Bellwoods, Toronto, 1913