Songs You Can Dance Around Your Apartment To: The Best of Toronto 2014

This, we suppose, will be remembered as the year Toronto got rid of our crack-smoking mayor, but it was also yet another kickass year for music in our city. So we're ending the calendar by looking back at some of our favourite tracks released by Toronto bands in 2014, including PUP, Greys, Allie X, Stella Ella Ola, DFA1979, Alvvays & more.


1. "Trainwreck 1979" by Death From Above 1979
2. "The Noise of Carpet" by Greys (Stereolab cover)
3. "Lionheart" by PUP
4. "I Killed My Baby In Mexico" by The BB Guns
5. "Blood + Honey" by July Talk
6. "Heart" by The Beverleys
7. "Try Not To Laugh" by Unfinished Business
8. "Boys And Girls" by The Balconies
9. "Buzz Off" by Little Junior
10. "Don't Wanna Say Goodbye" by The Meligrove Band
11. "Peter Sellers" by Stella Ella Ola
12. "Buttercup" by Weaves
13. "Archie, Marry Me" by Alvvays
14. "Prime" by Allie X
15. "Meteor" by TOKEN
16. "The Bells" by Lowell
17. "She Just Wants To Drive" by Matt Raudsepp
18. "Cold Dead Hands" by Pkew Pkew Pkew (gunshots)

Compiled by Adam Bunch, the Editor-in-Chief of the Little Red Umbrella and the creator of the Toronto Dreams Project. You can read his posts here, follow him on Twitter here, or email him at


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