If you were at the Loyola Quad Friday night, then you probably wound up soaking wet from a torrential downpour. But before that, you also got a taste of one of the most interesting and fastest-moving bands out of Toronto right now: the dark, layered post-bop of BADBADNOTGOOD.

The trio dropped out of Humber College’s prestigious jazz program, taking full advantage of the attention they were getting. Since then they have played around North America and Europe, including the role of backing band for Frank Ocean at Cochella. With a frenetic energy, BADBADNOTGOOD blow any notion of the stuffiness of jazz right out of the water.

Here are some highlights from their set at this year’s Concordia Student Union Orientation Concert, along with some footage from our interview with the band.

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