Seattle’s Scarves join us for another edition of Stereo Six, a feature where the band offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape their new album Dinner Dates For The End of Days, released September 28th via Good Eye Records.
There is so much hate in this world and such a long history of hatred. For centuries, people have ignored what makes us as human beings so similar, and have focused on the few things that make us different. What do you take with you? What do you leave behind?
The Silencer, a melodic death metal band from New York, join us for this exclusive post to promote their newest video/single, “Within”, and discuss the mental health issues the song touches on.
Brighton newcomers Villainous talk us through the inspiration behind their rifftastic new EP which drops on October 10th. Read on.
With humour, self-deprecation, and lots of gear talk, LA rockers VIKINGO! join us for an exclusive blog post about the experience of recording their recent Set It On Fire EP.
As harvest season begins picking up, Chef Danny P. takes advantage of the growing abundance of Canadian corn in this dish he’s dubbed “Maized and Confused Canadian Elot-eh”... which pairs will with fellow Mexican crop, Trainwreck.
For this segment of our Women of Rock series, we are happy to have Nikki Zell - whose vox and guitar efforts are vital to her group Thrillchaser’s sleek and approachable pop sound - list five female icons who have inspired her as a woman and artist.
They just don’t make ‘em like they used to. Burt Reynolds was someone who would walk on screen and immediately command respect. He was a versatile actor with equal parts charm and intensity. He was the “Bandit” and he’ll be missed!
Mini Mansions have decided to really reveal themselves with their latest release, the four-track EP Works Every Time. The band offers us a look inside each of the new album’s songs.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #6 celebrates 1983’s Return of the Jedi released via 20th Century Fox.
Risk Fight League will be putting on their second show this weekend at Brain and Brawn in Leeds. Get more details here.
Before she releases her debut album 16/17, Montreal producer extraordinaire Ryan Playground gives us her top five female artists that make her just want to have some fun!
Brooklyn, New York group Kissing Is A Crime join us for another edition of Stereo Six, a feature where the band offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape their most recent self-titled album.
Gearhead owner/operator, Michelle Haunold Lorenz, joins us to share her thoughts on the struggles of launching and re-launching a record label and curating the Gearfest festival, and why it’s all worth it in the end.
Hailing from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, A Light Divided is a metal/pop quintet led by the powerhouse vocals of front woman Jaycee Clark, who joined us for this Women of Rock segment to highlight some of her favourite female-led musical acts.
Alt-rockers Icarus Dive give us an exclusive track-by-track insight into their stunning new EP, Among The Thorns.
Hailing from the hardcore/punk/emo hotbed of Long Island, New York, Staleworth and Crash the Calm recently combined to release a split EP on Downport Records.
Feyer joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six, a feature where he offers the five records (plus one curveball) that helped shape his debut full-length album, Signals Internalized.
Phoenix, Arizona-based Fervor Records recently reissued Don’t Waste Your Money on this Garbage, the sole studio recording from their hometown’s infamous punk group, The Spiffs. Good thing we scored this guest blog to expand on that...
What the f#ck is up with rock bands today? Can half of these popular bands even call what they play “rock music”? Artist Damon Kardon goes on a diatribe, and illustrates one of his frustrations with music today, not to mention Award shows.