Last night, I ended my Labour Day weekend at the Horseshoe Tavern to see Dent May on his current North American tour. Toronto band Galkin started the night early with some psychedelic stoner rock and local fave Luna Li warmed up the crowd with her dreamy garage rock. It was a perfect intro before Dent May transported the crowd from a rainy night in Toronto back into summer with his breezy, upbeat SoCal synth-pop. Starting out the set with tracks from his latest release Across The Multiverse (Carpark Records), Dent May worked the crowd into a frenzy on the dance floor, with arms flailing and fans yelling and singing along to his songs both new and old. About midway through the set, he started playing a few of his older tunes "for all the Dent May-niacs in the crowd", pausing only to give us a taste of his signature sense of humour. Everyone was cheering for one more song before he even left the stage and the band just picked up their instruments again and launched into the classic, "Meet Me in the Garden", off of his classic debut album, The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele.