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Thornhill Post - - Currents - Five shows we can’t wait to check out at NXNE this month

U.S. GIRLS

Meg Remy and com­pany put out one of the best al­bums of the past year, In a Poem Un­lim­ited, and this free show, fea­tur­ing a num­ber of tal­ented Toronto mu­si­cians in her band, should be a mas­sive treat for alt-pop fans (June 15, Yonge-Dun­das).

NICK FAYE & THE DEPUTIES

If you’re still liv­ing in the ’90s and dream of the day a band picks up the in­die rock man­tle, the wait is over. Nick Faye is nos­tal­gic and fresh at the same time and we love it (June 13, Dakota).

CHRVCHES

Some bands don’t evolve, some bands never stop evolv­ing. Chrvches has never been bet­ter than right now, in full com­mand of its se­ri­ous sonic ad­ven­tures on its new al­bum, Love Is Dead . This free show will be huge (June 16, Yonge-Dun­das).

THE ANTI-QUEENS

Good old garage rock never goes out of style, and this all-fe­male Toronto trio brings a heap of thrashy good­ness and a whole lot of fun and at­ti­tude to the stage (June 13, Cameron House).

JAZZ CARTIER

This tal­ented Toronto rap­per is set to re­lease his lat­est and se­ri­ously an­tic­i­pated new al­bum Fleur­ever, and this head­lin­ing free show is sure to be one of the top draws of the fes­ti­val. Get there early (June 15, Yonge-Dun­das).

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