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Sadie May Crash

Sadie May Crash

Sadie May Crash


Their trail-blazing live shows have quickly built up a reputation for some of the most exciting performances in the city, showcasing a profound love for their music and a kaleidoscopic array of influences injected into their songs. Ranging from Post-Punk to 60’s Psych and Surf, Theatrical Glam to Alternative Pop and it’s all been shook up by the band to make it completely their own. Exploding with reckless energy and showmanship yet insanely in sync with each other. Read more on Last.fm
Their trail-blazing live shows have quickly built up a reputation for some of the most exciting performances in the city, showcasing a profound love for their music and a kaleidoscopic array of influences injected into their songs. Ranging from Post-Punk to 60’s Psych and Surf, Theatrical Glam to Alternative Pop and it’s all been shook up by the band to make it completely their own. Exploding with reckless energy and showmanship yet insanely in sync with each other. The kinetic energy created is filled with such force and conviction it makes it almost impossible to turn away. Cultivating in the heart of the music and culture scene of Toronto, Sadie May Crash is a group who looks as refreshing as they sound.

Truly unique, these young brash spangly upstarts have created an eclectic mix of ear worm worthy songs that hold you with dark sincerity and inventive melodic power. The kind of honesty and passion that is rare to find in the convoluted world of rock star wannabe’s and indie cooler-than-thou elitists…… Just this past year Sadie May Crash was named “Best Toronto Indie band” at the 2008 Toronto Independent Music Awards (TIMAs) held at the phoenix concert theatre. The group was also one of five independent bands eligible to play Toronto’s Virgin Festival, and even won the vote and personal praise of media-mogul and Virgin owner, Richard Branson. Their radio premier was this October, being picked up by Mod Club Radio (102.1 The Edge) Syndicated internationally to over a million people. Read more on Last.fm.

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