On June 14th, L.A. electronic hard rockers Hail Sagan hit Toronto for a very intimate (and LOUD) show at Hard Luck Bar, along with openers The Electric Dead.
Here’s what we liked about Ever After 2018, one of Canada’s biggest EDM wonderland festivals, plus a few things we thought could’ve been improved.
Can you think of a better way to spend a Friday night in Toronto than by hitting Budweiser Stage and rocking out with Robert Plant, Sheryl Crow and opener, Seth Lakeman?
We hit Los Angeles, CA’s Lodge Room! on June 15th to witness NateWantsToBattle debut the group’s new EP, Paid in Exposure. Nathan Sharp was on point, to say the least!
Celebrating five years of The Earth Pushed Back, Hopeless Records’ Have Mercy hit The Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT along with supporting bands Super American, Gleemer, and Kississippi.
The Danforth Music Hall was host to Australian psych rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on June 12th, who brought with them ‘70s nostalgia-rich punk band Amyl & The Sniffers.
Alt-rock heavyweights Imagine Dragons are supporting their 2017 release Evolve and we caught them at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine, along with opener Grace Vanderwaal.
Day two of Download Festival saw the weather come out as thousands of metal fans soaked up the sun to a soundtrack provided by The Fever 333, Bury Tomorrow, Parkway Drive and the mighty Guns n' Roses.r
It is sadly the final day of Download, the fans are shattered but still going strong and having the time of their lives and the sun has come out strong again for the final day of rock! Check out our review and photos here...
Day one of Download Festival kicked off with a mix of old and new acts playing to thousands of fans across numerous stages at Donington Park. Check out our review and photos here...
Arguably one of the finest bands to come out of the 1980s, Depeche Mode looped back again to Toronto to play a final North American show on their current “Global Spirit” world tour at the Air Canada Centre on Monday night.
Hugely popular country rockers The Shires put on a pristine display in York where the duo performed during their recent sold-out UK tour. Check out the photos and review here...
Teenage Wrist mainlined it up from Los Angeles to play a headlining gig at London, ON’s Rum Runners, which consisted of tons of tracks from their new Epitaph debut LP Chrome Neon Jesus.
A sold-out crowd greeted James Bay as he made his return to the city of Manchester. Check out the review and photos here...
What do Sublime With Rome, The Kents, Tokyo Police Club, Wooly Mantis, The All-American Rejects, and Jules have in common? They’re our must-see acts at Burlington’s Sound of Music Festival 2018!
Ranked among the top 10 music festivals in the United States by Consequence of Sound, Boston Calling Music Festival has been serving up unique and diverse lineups to New England music fans since 2013.
Touring her new album Tell Me How You Really Feel, Australian grunger Courtney Barnett played to a packed house at Leeds O2 Academy recently. Check out the photos and review here...
Vixen vocalist Janet Gardner brought her solo tour to Manchester recently where we joined her fans to check out the singer as she was promoting her 2017 solo record.
Australian multi-instrumentalist Tash Sultana made her way to a sold-out show at Portland, Maine’s State Theatre on May 30, 2018, and we captured the goodness, along with opener Reuben Stone.
The highlight of the UK rock calendar, Download Festival returns to Castle Donington this weekend. Here are our picks of the day from an impressive Sunday line-up.