Legendary electro-funk-rap group Stink Mitt return to tear Toronto a new one with their first live show in over a decade, at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. 

Stink Mitt are legends in their own time. Their debut LP Scratch n’ Sniff was hailed as “an instant classic” and “a groundbreaking genre-fuck” (Hour, Montreal) while their sophomore LP The Red Album garnered further critical acclaim; “it just oozes sisterly sleaze and smarts…the songwriting is tight, the beats pumping” (Vancouver Province). Their live shows–which put the Flashdance back in freestyling–are as infamous as they are massively entertaining.

Stink Mitt’s electro-funk-hip-hop-hybrid sound is infused with the hilarious and subversive commentary of MCs Jenni Craige & Betti Forde and backed by Juno Award-nominated producer/MC Bigstuff (Organized Rhyme) and Juno Award-winning and Grammy-nominated producer The Stunt Man. Stink Mitt’s music appears in hit TV series including The L-Word and Lost Girl, and their mind-blowing live show landed them on worldwide stages with Peaches, The Gossip, Nashville Pussy, Eagles of Death Metal, Andy Bell, Tommy Sunshine, Smalltown DJs, Uffie, Vitalic, Junior Sanchez, t.Raumschmiere, Mark Moore, Larry Tee, and more.

After a 12-year hiatus, Stink Mitt reunited to record new music, including the forthcoming single “You’re Welcome”, dropping in January 2023 on Macho Man Music.Fans can get a free unreleased track by signing up for our email list via their website: www.stinkmittofficial.com. The track is “Roadkill (Sweet Machine Remix). Sweet Machine were Peaches’ backing band in the 00s. They didn’t actually remix it, but rather they’re playing live underneath |Stink Mitt’s recorded vocals 

They’re due to tear Toronto a new one as they rip through their “Greatest Mitts” at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre on Saturday, January 7, 2023.


-George Stroumboulopoulos (CBC)

Stink Mitt Presents Greatest Mitts Live at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St, Toronto

Saturday, January 7, 2023, Doors: 7:30pm ~ Show: 8pm (sharp!)

Tickets ($10–$20) available via Buddies’ Box Office or here.

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Bryen Dunn is a freelance journalist with a focus on travel, lifestyle, entertainment and hospitality. He has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He enjoys discovering delicious eats, tasting spirited treats, and being mesmerized by musical beats.