We caught up with Surfer Blood frontman John Paul Pitts, better known as JP, during the tour for their 4th studio album, Snowdonia.
We caught Japanese Breakfast at Toronto's Velvet Underground on July 7th for a synth-y, captivating show.
Damsky's sound has potential, but they’ll need to clean up their act if they want to gain wider popularity.
We sat down with Victor Solf and Simon Carpentier, French duo Her, to chat life and love on the road.
“Risk Taker”, the latest single by Brooklyn duo The Golden Pony, is the kind of song that’s perfect for a road trip but doesn't really stand out.
Given the strength of every single song on Royal Blood's debut, expectations surrounding their second album were high... and unfortunately, it didn’t quite meet them.
Ultimately, the single provides a solid teaser for the album to follow (hopefully soon!) but isn’t a standalone success.
Franz Ferdinand at the Danforth on a Friday night—could there be a better way to start the weekend? After last week’s show, it’s hard to think of one.
Although the opening chords and background beat are catchy, for the most part, this song is pretty banal.
May 30th marked Ho99o9 and Injury Reserve's powerful show at Toronto's Velvet Underground. That wasn’t all, though. It’s hard to say what was more captivating: their primal screams and politically charged bars, or their stage presence.
Canadian rockers Minotaurs come out swinging in their latest album, AUM, an ominous journey of psychedelic indie rock. Although it’s short, its rhythm and funky sound will leave listeners wanting more.
“Where Did All The Love Go?”, a single from Los Angeles trio The Rebel Light, is a poppy elegy to the good old days and the way things used to be.
Destructo's forceful remixes and collaborations, bridging the gap between hip-hop and EDM, charged the room and filled the air with electricity.
This Old Dog, the Canadian singer-songwriter’s third full-length album, demonstrates a maturity and sense of wisdom not previously overheard in his music.
Gloriously psychedelic, the Australian psych-rockers’ latest album The Weather will appeal to new and old fans alike.
Toronto-based indie rockers Fast Romantics’ latest album, American Love, combines deceptively effortless vocals with simple beats to create a catalogue of political love songs.
From the names to the beats, Genocity creates the sense of a sci-fi movie without the need for accompanying visuals.
Although the album provides a dreamy soundtrack to a rainy day—and even, in its best moments, approaches a universal melancholy—it doesn’t express anything that hasn’t been said before.
Local Natives' Toronto show was fun and danceable with a feminist, political undertone—who can ask for more?
"HEAVN," the latest release by French electronic duo Medusa In My Knickers, is the kind of song you’d expect to hear as you walk in the door of a haunted house.