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Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF

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"Band of The Day (August 30, 2012)"

"Hometown dance floor make out heroes Secrettes mash saucy, slinky fem vocals with happy co-ed complements. They shamelessly bare bruises of eurotrash for which they don’t apologize, singing in frantic whispers that promise nothing but bad news. Their June EP release Sainthood should not be taken at face value. It’s darker and more developed than previous efforts and comes baring promise of a more amped up performance than we’ve seen before." - Toronto Music Scene

"Sainthood EP Review (June 2012)"

"You can expect really catchy and often intense electronic beats featuring songs which unabashedly sing of the things one will do for fame as well as sex and love. One of the things I love about Secrettes is how unafraid they are to be blunt with their lyrics, such as the line from “Broken Spell”: “Now you’re taking off your dress as you’re thinking about sex.'" - Grayowl Point

"Sainthood EP Review (June 2012)"

"Things also get much more interesting synth+electronic-wise this time around; again harking back to that layered euro-pop aspect, so while they could easily do a stage show at a venue, a raving club gig wouldn’t necessarily be out the question either – check it out in the embed below." - The Indie Machine

"Meet Toronto Bands: Secrettes (June 2012)"

An interview with Adymm Ender - Music She Blogged

"Review - “Secrettes EP”- Secrettes"

Secrettes are a fairly new band in the Toronto music scene, having just formed in 2010. However their debut EP hints that this band has a full idea of how they want to sound.

This EP is full of insanely catchy electro-pop with lots of synths and gritty guitars. The melodies usually very fast-paced, meaning that probably every show Secrettes plays will be a dance party. - Grayowl Point

"Concert Review: SHOOT THE IMAGE, DIGITS, SECRETTES, KIDSTREET (Pop With Brains #31)"

Third up was the main event: Toronto pop-rockers Secrettes dropping their debut album. Front-couple Adymm and Cali have this fun little stage dynamic between them when they perform – shooting half-coy/half-flirtatious glances back and forth at each other as they dance around the stage. Throw in a couple killer lead guitar riffs from Rob and some slamming keys from Wolf (who we’ve encountered on a couple previous occasions as a sessions keyboardist), and you’ve got yourself the makings of a fun-filled live set.

The lights were fairly dim at this point in the night, with a backing animation projected onto a screen behind the quartet, but it was clear that with the new album out tonight they were going to make sure you remembered exactly who you were seeing. Stand-out tracks Oh Nicole! and Immaculate Conception (which we coincidently included in a recent episode of WIRED) are just some of the pop-rock goodness you can expect to hear from this fun four-some in the future. - The Indie Machine

"Guide to CMW Electronic Pop (March 10, 2011)"

There are two types of people who go to CMW. First, there are those who relish the bar hopping madness of trying to eke out the perfect schedule. Then, there are those who prefer to camp out at one venue, knowing they will have a good time. For the campers, we recommend you head to Rancho Relaxo for a night of chock-o-block (and international!) electro music. Arrive early for Toronto’s The Lovely Killbots and Secrettes at 9 and 10 pm and then stick around for many, many other wonderfully electro bands including Bloodgroup, award winners from Reykjavik! - Silent Shout

"Live Review - The Rivoli (May 2010)"

“This is my kind of crowd. Now the party starts!” shouts Adymm Ender, the frontman of Secrettes (pronounced “Secrets”) Formerly with indie-rockers Eden Ants, Ender enlisted a new band to create their own brand of frenetic electro-pop, complete with disco synth-pulses, pounding drums, along with Ender exchanging cheeky vocals with the tambourine-shaking Cali. This is a high-energy sound that combines an exalted pop spirit with electro-infused rhythms, deliriously danceable and fun enough to get the body moving. - Lonely Vagabond

"Live Review - Bread & Circus (August 2010)"

I have a soft spot for pop music and these guys punched the shit out of it. One of the hardest working pop bands I've ever seen. Secrettes grabs you and forces you to dance at gun point(thankfully not literally). A must see! Just make sure you bring your dancing shoes, or be destroyed. - comma error

"Canadian Music Week Up-and-Comers (March 7, 2011)"

Fast-rising Toronto quartet Secrettes began life in spring 2010 and honed their tuneful electro-rock with a residency at Toronto's Rivoli club called Pop With Brains whose proceeds go to supporting the city's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Fronted by male/female duo Adymm and Cali, the band also includes guitarist/singer Rob and synth player Wolf and is currently recording their debut record with ex-Pursuit of Happiness frontman and current AUX TV personality Moe Berg. Their Rancho Relaxo show will mark their CMW debut. They are currently signed to Slit Slit Records. - MSN Entertainment - Sean Plummer

"Rancho Electro Volume #2: Secrettes, Nightbox, Paramedics, RAPE Tazer"

What is there to say about Secrettes? Perhaps that they are pillars of the Toronto music scene. Starting music series like Pop With Brains and now Rancho Electro. Or maybe that they'll play the same ridiculously high energy dancetastic set for 20 people as they would for 200? If you haven't seen them live yet, it is about time to do so. - MUSIC SHE BLOGGED

" Presents: "Bands to Watch in 2011""

Time to party? I think so. Though most people seem to find it impossible to admit they like catchy songs, Secrettes will change that. Hearts of gold, lyrics that you will be constantly singing, mixed with tunes that will have you dancing all night long is what makes this band great. Listening already and seeing when they’re playing near you? Perfect! -

"Live Review - Indie Week 2010 (October 15, 2010)"

As planned, Secrettes come on next. Their hyper-sexed euro style dance pop is an instant hit with the crowd and everyone in the room rushes to the front of the stage to start dancing. Armed with a guitar, keys, tambourines, and drum sticks they are completely immersed in what they’re doing while remembering their audience. They encourage participation and play into the feedback they receive. With mantras like ‘dance, drink, sainthood’ it’s pretty clear what these guys are all about. - Audiolust

"Live Review @ Rancho Relaxo (September 4, 2010)"

Secrettes closed out the night and they played a short set full of energy. The band is made up of Adymm Ender (vocals), Cali Hoffman (vocals), Rob Ender (guitar) and Dan Miller a.k.a. Wolf (synths). To give you an idea of what kind of set Secrettes played, I will quote Adymm who said, “Let’s go Rancho electro!” This electro dance party was certainly an interesting way to end the night. Cheers to that! - buying shots for bands


Secrettes - Self-Titled (March 2011)
Secrettes - Sainthood (May 2012)



Founded in 2010, Secrettes continue to establish themselves as Toronto's definitive electro-indie-pop breakout. The dynamic four-piece performed at NXNE and CMW 2011, where they were chosen as one of the top 10 "up-and-comers" to see by MSN Entertainment. Secrettes host a residency at The Rivoli called Pop With Brains, which features Toronto's best bands and raises money for The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Secrettes just released "Sainthood", their sophomore EP.