Thursday March 9th, the Linsmore Tavern (1298 Danforth Ave) is bringing in 2 of our country’s brightest, emerging, hungry original acts! Michael Green’s Bloody Monroe will be bringing their heavy metal/hard rock original music to our stage for the first time! Opening the show will be the talented and edgy Takaayla! The show starts at 8pm, there’s no cover so come out and see two of our country’s very unique and hungry Indie Bands!
Bloody Monroe is a new heavy metal/hard rock band from Toronto ON, Canada. Bloody Monroe consists of Michael Green and David Foster. Bloody Monroe is a young but experienced band, well versed, hungry and ready to make an impact within the music industry and live music scene.
Redefining the pop genre with edgy rock undertones and haunting vocals, Takaayla’s sound is anything but easy to describe. Born in Toronto, Canada in 2000, Takaayla has a fearless determination to create music that breaks boundaries and inspires listeners. Drawing inspo from movies, dreams, personal and also friends’ experiences , Using dark pop sounds and rock undertones Takaayla’s single “Losing my mind!” talks about her personal experience with a sleep paralysis demon while her debut pop single “run from me” talks about her personal demons and fake friends. she secured her first ever gig at a local venue in Toronto, Ontario where she performed covers from artists including Billie Eilish. Takaayla shares similarities with artists like Maggie Lindemann, Fletcher , MOTHICA and Nessa Barrett. The Canadian singer/songwriter has scored gigs such as NXNE, breaking sound Canada and pride Toronto queer events where She is very open about women empowerment and her queerness. BuzzmusicLA quotes’ ‘ Takaayla becomes a voice of respect, sending a message to those who want to cross a line on other people’s bodies and minds: “Know Your Place. She came out as lesbian in 2022 via instagram, “ i want to be a role model for young queer girls who identify more with the alternative scene, especially young POC lesbian/WLW women” Giving them the hope that there are people out there just like them and they should be afraid to flaunt it.