Managing Editor, Canada (Kitchener, ON, Canada)
- One day back in 2006, I got drunk with a friend and we decided to start a music magazine. That one lasted a few years. For many reasons, I folded that magazine and immediately started ANOTHER music magazine. That one made it another 6 years. During these many years, I’d run into Chris Gonda a lot. He always said "We should work together." Now we are. We both want global media domination. Full stop.
Emperor Of Sand, with Brendan O'Brien back in the Production driver's seat yields an album that can truly give Crack The Skye a run for its money!
Pierce The Veil managed to deliver a stadium rock level show in a theatre environment while Crown The Empire and Falling In Reverse did an excellent job warming things up.
Matt Snell is many things: Bassist; Mechanic; Educator; Jazz enthusiast; Metal fan. He’s also a very talkative fellow, yielding a very giving interview, answering all of the questions put to him with candor and detail that is most refreshing.
Billy Talent! Alexisonfire! The Tragically Hip! Monster Truck! The Dirty Nil! This evening’s performance was a celebration of Billy Talent's success story as the band delivered a 2-hour performance filled with easter eggs for this very special evening of Canadian music.
Le Trouble's sound is a sublime mixture of modern independent pulling from the past via acts like The Strokes, Modest Mouse and even a dash of Lou Reed.
This 10-album boxed set of 45’s celebrating For All Kings is truly a monument of musical beauty.
For more than three decades, RHCP has been wowing audiences with their melding of musical stylings and kinetic stage bravado, and tonight certainly delivered on all fronts.
Atmospheric Los Angeles 2-piece band Collide are putting the finishing touches on a new album. A new PledgeMusic campaign
is already in the works for core fans to take part with the band in the album’s finishing process!
Tom Cruise’s long-standing stunt coordinator, Wade Eastwood, talks candidly about the mechanics of creating a film like Paramount Pictures' 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back'
This contest is now closed. Congrats to our winner: Terrance Young!
The album is a deep wash of emotions and guitar-riddled anthems, an album that is both wounded and sure-footed in its song-craft.
Priest has always been a bravura live band, and this 20 song live performance easily justifies the purchase of this set.
The Dead Daisies vocalist John Corabi took some time during the final days of their European dates at the end of December to speak at length about the band, how they create music, and function as a unit in this digital age of music.
Echolocation feels like there’s an overall cohesion to the songs - like it was written and sequenced to be an actual album and not just a collection of esoteric jams.