Pick A Piper by David Estonal
Pick A Piper by David Estanol

Toronto’s live percussive electronic dance trio, Pick A Piper electrified their SOLD OUT album release show at Taproot in London, ON (located in Old East Village) this past Friday with West Nile and Jay Holy. People came early to take in all three alternative electropop acts and to fully experience the warm intimate atmosphere of one of The Forest City’s best-kept secrets – Taproot (The Root Cellar’s 2nd-floor venue) as they listened intently or danced their buns off (video 1 / video 2). Listen to music samples from all three bands lower in the article, PLUS, get information about our next event this Friday, May 5th at Rum Runners!

The event was presented by Indie Underground and supported by Runout Records, Filthy Rebena, The Root Cellar and 94.9 CHRW Radio Western.

Photos by David Estanol.

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Pick A Piper


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We’re curating another event that you should know about on FRIDAY, MAY 5TH!

Like awesome live music and Rock and Roll? This show is for you!

Rum Runners will be the place to be this Friday as Toronto’s HotKid will blaze into London, ON to lay down an explosive rock set for new album they’re releasing! Joining them will be garage rock / punk intercontinental champs err bands, Susans (Punk / Garage), Dong Vegan (Glam Rock / Punk) and A Species Of Trees (Prog / Math Rock)!

The show is all-ages & licensed w cheap drinks all night. 4 sweet bands for $5!

Listen to music samples from all the bands on the Facebook Event!


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Aaron McMillan

Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground (Est. 2012). He just tried Franks Red Hot for the first time just a couple months ago and now he uses it about 3 to 4 times per week.