Last night (September 17), two of modern rock’s most influential bands kicked off a long-awaited headlining tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage, which was originally supposed to happen in 2020. Electro-pop
When Norwegian trip-hop outfit Flunk first gained recognition with a cover of New Order’s “Blue Monday” (from 2002’s For Sleepyheads Only), it was easy to wonder whether they would be around long. Recently playing to a bursting-at-the-seams Chop Suey, however, it was evident that they’ve stumbled onto a winning formula. Led by frontwoman Anja Øyen Vister, the band produced a breathy, atmospheric mix of tunes spanning their three studio albums.