The Fredericton Craft Beer Festival is becoming one of the most exciting craft brewing festivals in North America. We recently spoke with craft beverage enthusiast Ryan LeBlanc and Geaghans Pub & Brewery owner Andrew Geaghan to learn more about this year’s exciting edition of the festival.
Founded in 1996, Furnace Record Pressing is primarily known for producing high-quality vinyl records for the likes of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Beck, and Led Zeppelin. We had the pleasure of speaking with Furnace CEO Eric Astor about food and vinyl.
PureGrainAudio's Darren Paltrowitz talked Enter Night Pilsner, Stone Brewing's new collaboration with Metallica, with Stone Brewing co-founder Greg Koch.
A Pale Horse Named Death mastermind, Sal Abruscato speaks to us about the band’s new SPV Records release, When The World Becomes Undone, depression, touring, and much more.
We had the pleasure of speaking with Jake Burns, lead singer and guitarist of Stiff Little Fingers, to discuss his band’s influential history, Canadian tours, and what lies ahead for them.
We spoke with SoCal group LAW’s Jakob Nowell and discussed the band’s latest album There And Back Again, Sublime’s legacy, LAW’s future and much more.
PeerTracks co-founder Cédric Cobban speaks with us about launching a music-streaming service with a business model in which everyone wins, from artist to content-owner to listener.
Cult radio icon Dr. Demento talks about 2018’s Covered In Punk compilation, working with John Cafiero, “Weird Al” Yankovic and more.
In an insightful interview, Yuk Yuk’s CEO and founder Mark Breslin discusses his Order Of Canada appointment, freedom of speech, upcoming projects and much more.
As one of the United States’ remaining 3 “major labels,” Universal Music Group can regularly be counted on for top-tier re-issues featuring interesting archival material. Just in time for the 2018 holiday season, here’s a look at 5 recent vinyl re-issues from Universal.
Julien-K frontman Ryan Shuck first found success as a founding member of Orgy and a writer of Korn classics, but he credits his success as a restauranteur to his early days as a hairdresser.
We speak with singer/songwriter Matt Epp, who has collaborated with the likes of Eliza Gilkyson, Rose Cousins, and Serena Ryder, about winning the International Songwriting Competition and his new album Shadowlands.
We had the pleasure of doing a quick Q&A with Limp Bizkit bassist Sam Rivers to learn more about his new band Sleepkillers, which also features members of Puddle of Mudd and Saliva.
We spoke to Henry Derek Elis, vocalist for the metal band Act Of Defiance and former Scar The Martyr member alongside ex-Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison, about his very un-metal new album The Devil Is My Friend.
As CRASH not only taught me a lot about artists that I have been following for decades, but also looks stunning, this may be my favorite book of 2018.
We had the pleasure of doing a Q&A with bassist Jeff Matz about High On Fire’s latest record Electric Messiah, the band’s decision to work with Kurt Ballou on yet another studio effort, how he spends his off-time, and more.
We connected with Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin for an interview about the new album Generation Rx, freelance illustration, hip-hop, touring and more.
Dublin duo Hudson Taylor recently released their new album Bear Creek To Dame Street via Rubyworks Records and we caught up with the brothers Hudson-Taylor, to talk music, hobbies and touring with Hozier.
Kyle Fasel, bassist for the Illinois-based rock group Real Friends, spoke to us about their Fearless Records release, Composure, this year’s Warped Tour, and life on the road.
October has just started and thankfully we can cap off a superb September with our “190 Proof” artist of the month, Perth, Australia’s The Faim. Fresh off their debut EP, Summer Is A Curse, via BMG, this band is a must-add to your #rockradar.