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And because local bands always seemed like the underdog compared to out-of-towners, I felt like I could actually make a difference by participating in the local music community.” Dovercourt started writing for the student newspaper at the University of Toronto and then for Eye Weekly before co-founding the Wavelength collective in 2000, which was purpose-built for highlighting the local music world in Toronto though both a weekly concert series and a monthly publication. The book, coming out in March, was inspired in no small part by other recent contributions to the Canadian music bookshelf, including Liz Worth’s “Treat Me Like Dirt” and Nick Smash’s “Alone and Gone,” along with Denise Benson’s nightlife roundup and histories of the ‘60s in Yorkville from Nicholas Jennings and Stuart Henderson. “What I wanted to do with my book was to ‘connect the dots’ and combine all these sources with my own first-hand experiences and memories from the ‘90s to assemble a comprehensible (if not comprehensive) narrative of underground music in Toronto,” he explains. Compared with today, there were fewer music venues in the GTA (which, of course, wasn’t called that) in the 1950s and 1960s, but there were clusters of venues in neighborhoods like Yorkville Village and along Yonge Street in Toronto.

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