Ontario-born electro-pop artist Lights got her bearings at the ripe young age of 15, when she signed on with Sony as a songwriter for Canadian drama Instant Star. A slew of hits (“Drive My Soul,” “Saviour,” “Ice”) and a Juno Award for New Artist of the Year in 2009 followed, all before she was even 20 years old. Collaborations with post-hardcore groups Silverstein and Bring Me the Horizon, gold certification for her debut album, The Listening, and a widely acclaimed sophomore album, 2011’s Siberia, also nominated for a Juno Award, have secured Lights’ place as a dominating force in the pop industry. Considering her track record, it will come as no surprise if her latest work, this year’s Little Machines, continues her winning streak.

Tue., Nov. 11, 7 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 11/11/14)

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