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BADBADNOTGOOD playing The Bronson Centre. Photo by Landon Entwistle.

Gig Photos: BADBADNOTGOOD at the Bronson Centre

By Landon Entwistle on September 6, 2022

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Toronto alt-jazz quartet BADBADNOTGOOD were in town this past Thursday playing to a sold-out Bronson Centre Theatre.

Opening the night was Skiifall, with the Montreal-based rapper bringing his mix of dancehall, drill, and soca sounds. His biggest hit, “Ting Tun Up,” has received tons of play in Canada and throughout the UK. Look for Skiifall’s name to keep popping up in the next while on concert bills, as the rapper continues to grow.

BADBADNOTGOOD truly have a wide audience, bringing together fans young and old. 2022 marked the twelfth year the group has been together. From working with the likes of Kendrick Lamar to Ghostface Killah, the band has always had a way of combining jazz with hiphop.

With two Grammy Awards under their belt, BADBADNOTGOOD continues to pave the way in the alt-jazz world. They released their fifth album, Talk Memory, in 2021.

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