Joining us for an informative guest post on what it takes to make it as an indie musician, Nightmares For A Week guitarist and singer Bill Manley offers insight on the steps and process required to put out a truly DIY record.
Philadelphia surf-rocking foursome Dry Reef offer us a track-by-track summation of their breezy new album, Daychange, released October 5th via Free Dive Records.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #8 celebrates 1978’s Halloween released via Compass International Pictures.
Our own Throwback Thursday continues with our first-ever Halloween edition!
Unwill, poised to self-release their newest record, Can’t Kill Me, on November 16th, joins us for this iteration of our Stereo Six series to reveal six albums (5 classics and 1 curveball) fundamental to their scintillating music.
San Fran atmospheric rockers The Living lend us vocalist/guitarist Derek Barnes for an insightful track-by-track rundown of their recently dropped album, Drinking From The Trough Of A Tyrant’s Piss.
Bristol band Siblings of Us are set to release their new EP, Gargantua, on November 2nd and, ahead of the release, gave us the track-by-track lowdown on the inspiration behind the music.
Mad Hawkes, a smooth synth-rock purveyor hailing from the South Bay of Los Angeles, joins us for some behind-the-song enlightenment on her amazing opportunity to work with Parts + Labor Records owner/producer Jimmy Messer in creating her newest track, “FACE PNCH”.
I need to take some time out here to celebrate one of the most positive, powerful, empathetic, talented and generous artists in music today. I mean it when I cheer “Brandi Carlile for President!”
Greg Rekus, now over a year and a half since the release of his third full-length album, Sibling Cities, joins us for to detail a snapshot of his mind after beginning a three-month tour in his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Brooklyn by way of Santiago, Chile indie rock band Parrot Dream have a new album called Light Goes, so what better time to find out six of the duo’s most influential albums in our latest Stereo Six feature?
With Halloween around the corner, Toronto chef Danny P. is continuing to dish out some scary-good food! If you’re feeling colder these days, why not warm up with some Maui Wowie and homemade “Sweet Leaf Roasted Sweet Potatoes”.
With their third release, Down In The Basement, due October 26th via Lövely Records, we are totally psyched (and mildly terrified) to have Swedish rock-horror act The Dahmers share a track-by-track summation for the imminent release.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #7 celebrates 1988’s They Live released via Universal Pictures.
It’s that day of the week again, nope not hump day, the day after, which is #tbt y’all. We have a nostalgic Audioslave track, plus tunes from Taking Back Sunday and Brand New!
Hayley Cramer, the phenomenally talented drummer for rock band Pop Evil, joins us for another edition of Women of Rock wherein shes runs down her top five female musical influences.
Friends coming over for brunch or maybe “high noon” tea? Well, thanks to Toronto’s chef Danny P., you’re now all set with a scrumptious CannaOil-infused treat; the truffle oil and lemon thyme “Toasted Tomato Tart”.
Dead Friends have joined us for a new entry in our Stereo Six series, a feature where the band offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape their latest EP Set You Right, released last year.
Pop-punkers, Send Request, discuss their new album Perspectives and WWE's Jeff Jarret in this exclusive trailer.
It’s not every day that an author of fiction also plays in a metal band; Prognosis vocalist and guitarist Phil Weller delivers a guest blog detailing the often fine line between writing fiction and lyrics.