by Tiana Feng Friday, Night 2 of Wavelength, took place at Adelaide Hall with DIANA, Odonis Odonis, Weaves, Most People and Matrox. — We were treated to robot music courtesy of Matrox, a new band that includes Alt Altman aka Digits. I totally forgot he was in the band and was pleasantly surprised when they took off their helmets during some technical difficulties. I spent the next few days beeping and booping because of this set. — Through watching their performance, you wouldn’t even know that Most People were added to the bill the day-of, filling in a slot because Marnie Stern dropped out. The band performed their tropical pop tunes and I’m sure they gained some Valentine crushes in the audience. Coincidentally, I was surrounded by the same people I was with the last night I saw Most People during All Caps. Most People by Most People — The last time I saw Jasmyn Burke was during her final show as lead singer of Rattail. Now in Weaves, she brought some of the silly antics but performed smoother & sexier tunes that seemed semi-improv but purposeful. Drummer Spencer Cole was not being present, but they were able to compensate with a drum machine. Take A Dip by Weaves — Odonis Odonis got a lot heavier than Hollandaze into noise rock and post-punk territory. I totally can’t wait to hear the new record. New Obsession (Digital Single) by Odonis Odonis — DIANA became the night’s headliner with Carmen Elle proclaiming “Let’s get drunk on music”. The set included all the tracks from their debut Perpetual Surrender. I’ve seen DIANA many times in the past year but I thought that Adelaide Hall’s sound complimented them the best.