Everyone is Irish at a Flogging Molly show and the band proved why during a rousing, eighteen-song performance at The Pageant in St. Louis, along with Lucero and Matt Heckler.
Supporting their brand new album, Phantoms, out March 1st via 604 Records, Vancouver pop-rockers Marianas Trench hit Toronto’s Sony Centre for a ghostly good show, featuring support from Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine.
The weather was absolutely dreadful outside in Leeds but, inside Becketts University, Los Angeles alt-pop stars LANY brought some of their sunshine to a packed Yorkshire venue.
The Stranglers are back out on the road performing a selection of songs from their battered yet still utterly vital forty year catalogue of songs to a crowd who are as excited as they were first time around. Check out photos from their set here.
Belfast punks Stiff Little Fingers, kicked off their UK tour at O2 Academy in Leeds and showed that, even after 40 years, their punk rock mayhem is still as relevant as ever.
One OK Rock brought everyone into the ‘Eye Of The Storm’ with one of the most high-energy, captivating performances, featuring support from Waterparks and Stand Atlantic. Check out our review and photos!
Florida pop-rock band, Set It Off brought the North American leg of their world tour to Toronto’s Mod Club on March 6th for a rousing show, along with With Confidence, Super Whatevr and L.I.F.T..
Within Temptation and In Flames teamed up for an epic evening of music, fun, and birthday wishes on March 6th at Toronto’s Rebel nightclub.
The “Someone To Die For” tour brought Ours (Jimmy Gnecco) and Leeds (Royston Langdon of the well-known British band Spacehog) for their astounding singer/songwriter show through Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern on March 4th.
In the last decade You Me At Six have come full circle from being an opening act to headlining a completely sold-out, jam-packed Gramercy Theater in NYC for a fun, inclusive night of music.
Albany pop-punkers State Champs brought their headlining North American tour to Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, with Our Last Night, The Dangerous Summer, and Grayscale tagging along.
Japanese rock band, One OK Rock, supporting their newest effort Eye Of The Storm, hit Toronto’s REBEL on February 28 along with Waterparks and Stand Atlantic... it was bound to be a hell of a night!
While making their way around the US on “The Truth Tour,” Nothing More came through Sacramento for an evening at the Ace of Spades with support from Of Mice & Men and Palisades.
Let’s be serious, it’s Robyn’s world and we’re all just out here paying rent in it. Touring for her most recent album, Honey, Robyn performed a sold-out show at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver to close out February.
If you’re the type of band that consistently makes some of the most beautiful music, ever, it’s consummate to parallel its beauty in setting. While a specific venue to listen to alluring, Balkan-inspired indie-rock isn’t necessary, the Orpheum was as good a place as any for Beirut to deliver tunes off their sixth studio album, Gallipoli, out now via 4AD.
Last Wednesday night, amid a freezing rain downpour in Toronto, Corrosion Of Conformity, along with Crowbar, The Obsessed, and Mothership, played to an absolutely jam-packed crowd at The Opera House.
Enrapturing the The Opera House’s audience of Torontonians last Thursday, February 21st, The Neal Morse Band -- featuring Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric Gillette, and Bill Hubauer -- delivered a dizzying display of exemplary prog.
Ahead of a busy 2019, Doncaster pop-rock quartet Bang Bang Romeo rock the life out of a packed local gig in Leeds. Check out the photos from the show here.
Chastity took to Toronto’s The Rec Room on February 15th, along with supporting bands Greys and Casper Skulls. Oh, did we mention there was a surprise three-song set from Alexisonfire?!
Injecting a little bit of Californian sunshine into the hearts of the Union Chapel audience, acoustic rock duo This Wild Life dazzled the London crowd, with formidable support from former Yellowcard vocalist William Ryan Key, and opener Rob Lynch.