Intern (Toronto, ON, Canada)
- Writer, reporter, TV Host, budding documentarian. I spend all of my money on vinyl and travel and complain about the economy. Loves listening to music; hates answering the question “What kind of music do you listen to?” Like most of us, I’m trying to live out my early 2000’s Almost Famous dreams. Glad to be here!
Former Miss Universe, Leila Lopes has been a force for good ever since winning her crown in 2011. With the launch of her own record label, The Uprise, she elaborates on her plan to challenge the paradigm of mainstream music while maintaining a socially conscious brand.
Women in metal aren’t a big deal anymore? Not according to Kaija Kinney, founder of Metalocalypstick, an open air, not-for-profit music festival formed to support female artists in metal, punk, hardcore and other heavy genres.
Aussie rockers The Lazys dropped their first major release, Tropical Hazards, last month and we discussed moving to Canada, Canadian radio, issues of indigenous women, frog hunting, upcoming tours and more.
Crossover metallers The One Hundred dropped their new album Chaos & Bliss via Spinefarm Records on June 2nd. Vocalist Jacob Field spoke about the new album, touring with Alice Cooper, the band’s love for Michael Bolton, and more.
New York's rock trio Bloody Your Hands recently chatted with us about mixed nuts, recording in a bathroom, and their upcoming new album Monsters Never Die, slated for release on July 7th.