15Oct

THE VILETONES “Screaming Fist”

1977′s Toronto punk band the Viletones recently played a rare live radio session. ToBeScene’s Aldo Erdic filmed and edited the song “Screaming Fist”, which was recorded for the upcoming documentary The Last Pogo Jumps Again Chacha Cha Cha, directed by Colin Brunton (Roadkill, Highway 69, Hedwig). Steven Leckie: Vocals John […]

05Sep

EL VEZ Videos 2001-04

From our video vault:  El Vez, the Mexican Elvis, is the ultimate showman and master of the costume change. Here we bring some video clips from his El Vez For Prez show in 2004, his Gospel show in 2001 and his Christmas show in 2001. His live shows are an […]

27Aug

DRONICA Live At ToBeScene

Dronica is a two piece experimental band made up of Jaroslaw Czerwinec from the Cowboy Junkies on accordion and Emma-O from Fidget on guitar. Their noisy ambient music utilizes live delays, effects, drones, and feedback, creating harmonics that bounce off each other to such an extent that the sounds being […]

18Aug

BUSH LEAGUE Live At ToBeScene

Bush League have been blowing away crowds for the past 4 years with drums, two guitars and a manical singer whose confrontational approach with his audience generates some pretty intense and chaotic live shows.  Their unique, agressive sound, a blend of bluesy garage-punk, drives the mayhem.

09Aug

FLIPPER Covers – Bush League/Anagram

Out of the early 1980’s US hardcore punk scene, Flipper were a unique band in that they tried to play their version of punk very slowly and with as much dissonant noise as possible. The band broke up in 1987, reformed briefly in 1992 and still play the occasional show […]

29Jun

THE SCREWED & Toronto’s Punk Scene Originals

As part of the 30th anniversary of the Toronto punk and new wave scene, original members of those early bands have been joining the Screwed on stage to play some of the classic songs from those days. ToBeScene’s Aldo Erdic captured a lot of those cool performances, such as members […]

11May

PENNY WHISTLETON Burlesque Vaudville

Burlesque Queen Penny Whistleton knocks ‘em dead at the Cameron House.  Also performing were Angelo Tony Luongo, Pimpinella and Helen Brodbeck with Mark Sepic Perform “Black Coffee”. Filmed live at ToBescenes 21st century Vaudeville show in May 11.  

03Feb

THE BLUE DEMONS “East Bay”

The Blue Demons’ music video for the song “East Bay”, directed by ToBeScene’s Aldo Erdic, is the first in a series that will follow the Blue Demons as they fight off their arch enemies Dr. Mysterion and Wolfman. In this episode, Mysterion hypnotizes one of the Luchas to turn against […]

01Jun

THE BLUE DEMONS “Casbah”

This video for the Blue Demons song “Casbah” was shot by ToBeScene director Aldo Erdic on a total budget of $24 (pizza and video tape). Follow the ghost of the Blue Demon as he haunts his lair. What is he searching for? Is he looking for the other Demons? Is […]