HotKid, October 2007
|Origin||Cambridge, Ontario, Canada|
Hotkid formed in 2005 in Cambridge, Ontario.
Hotkid's 2009 album, Someday Somehow, was mixed by Rick White.
In 2010 drummer Rob Butcher joined the group, in time to take part in the recording of the album Under the Streetlight. In 2011 the band went on an east coast US tour, supporting the Canadian band Sloan. In 2011 they performed at the NXNE Festival in Toronto.
- Shiloh Harrison - guitar, vocals (2005–present)
- Peter McIntosh - bass guitar (2012–present), drums, vocals (2005–2010)
- Rob Butcher III - drums, vocals (2010–present)
- HotKid EP (Capohedz Records) (2005)
- Got It To Give P572 (2007)
- The Cost EP (Out Of Sound) (2008)
- Someday Somehow (Independent) (2009)
- Under the Streetlight EP (Independent) (2010)
- Rip It Into Pieces (Independent) (2011)
- Courage To Fight EP (Independent) (2012)
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- Review: HotKid’s “Under The Streetlight EP”.. Two Way Monologues, July 5, 2010.
- "HotKid Under The Streetlight". Exclaim!, By Jason Schneider Jun 28, 2010
- "HotKid Rip It Up". by Joanne Huffa, August 5, 2011
- "NXNE DAY 4: WRAP UP". Toro, 2011 06 19
- 'HotKid "Neck"'. Exclaim!, By Sarah Murphy, Apr 06, 2016
- "An Interview With Hotkid's Shiloh Harrison". CJLO AM Radio, April 26, 2017 // Sarah Boumedda
- "HotKid - Late Night Mornings Review". The Hook Journal, August 23, 2017. Larry Iaccio
- "HotKid’s Late Night Mornings shifts effortlessly between dark and eerie, and buzzy and fun". Razzmatazz, May 28, 2017 by Olivia D'Orazio
- "3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week". CBC News, Hamilton, Adam Carter, May 13, 2017
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