Miike Snow

3.April.2010 - Toronto

by Dave MacIntyre

8 April 2010

Miike Snow called it an early night Saturday in Toronto. For those early birds who did see them in their entirety, it must have been fun.
 

It’s Saturday night at The Phoenix Concert Theatre and I’m ready to see Miike Snow. Having covered countless shows at this venue without an incident, I arrived at 8 PM for doors (per the venue’s website) unconcerned. Imagine my surprise when there was no one in line outside. Steeping through the doors, panic set in as I heard the instantly recognizable music of Miike Snow coming from inside the club.  I was informed by staff that doors were in fact at 6 PM ,because of the long-weekend, and that Miike Snow had taken the stage at 7:30 PM. Subject to the usual three-song photo limit, I had obviously missed it and I would not be allowed to take pictures. In fact if I wanted to enter, I would have had to check my camera. Deflated, I left to the continuing sounds of Miike Snow.
  
Below are some of David Reyneke’s photos of Miike Snow at New York’s Webster Hall, March 27th.

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