NXNE Video: De La Soul, Iggy, Thee Oh Sees, Wavves, Surfer Blood, Kid Sister, Old Man Leudecke, Rah Rah, Warpaint, Women, Zeus & more

An abundance of video footage from the 2010 edition of NXNE has surfaced online in the past week and I've compiled some of the best so far, including performances from De La Soul, Iggy & the Stooges, Kid Sister, Thee Oh Sees, Zeus, Old Man Leudecke, DD/MM/YYYY, Wavves, Women, Warpaint, Surfer Blood, k-os, The Gin Riots, The Seedy Seeds, Sloan, Rah Rah and Sandman Viper Command.

Iggy & The Stooges @ Yonge & Dundas Square

Wavves @ Yonge & Dundas Square

WOMEN @ The Silver Dollar

DD/MM/YYYY at the Garrison

Thee Oh Sees at the Great Hall

Sandman Viper Command at the NXNE Nacho House

Zeus - "The Renegade" (Live @ The Rivoli NXNE June 17, 2010)

De La Soul - "Getting' Down At The Amphitheatre" (Live Yonge-Dundas Square)

Kid Sister - "Right Hand Hi" (Live Yonge-Dundas Square)

K-Os - "Equalizer" (Live Yonge-Dundas Square)

Surfer Blood - "Take It Easy" (Live Yonge-Dundas Square)

Warpaint - "Wairpaint/Stars"

Old Man Leudecke - "I Quit My Job" (Dakota Tavern)

Wired: Episode 9: Rah Rah @ NXNE 2010

Wired: Episode 10 - The Gin Riots (NXNE 2010)

Sloan at Dundas Square

The Seedy Seeds at Rancho

Videos shot by Southernsouls.ca, Salacioussound, The Untold City, Tunes In TO, The Indie Machine, EPKhosting and a few other youtube users.

Lead photo of Surfer Blood's show at Wrongbar by Matthew McAndrew.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Music

Someone in Ontario wrote a hilarious song about how much he misses golf

Toronto's Rehearsal Factory might be sold to controversial church and people are upset

Deceased Toronto musician sits behind drum kit at his own funeral

The history of the Rivoli in Toronto before it was a bar and live music venue

Tickets to Bad Bunny concert in Toronto sold out and it may not even happen

Scotiabank Arena in Toronto has a lineup of concerts scheduled for later this year

Toronto rapper criticized for filming music video atop war memorial

Even virtual concerts are now banned under Ontario lockdown rules