Following the September 2017 release of their album, Nomad, via Rise Records, the Texas quartet Kublai Khan have certainly earned their title as a workhorse band.
Can we fix our country and be united again? If we can imagine our country without presidents, politicians, uber-rich and large corporations, then what are we left with? I think we are left with a large swath of people who have more similarities than differences. We all are trying to just live and live the best we can.
Daemonia Nymphe give insight into their fascinating recording process and Ancient Greek music, which is alive and well on their latest record, Psychostasia.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #9 celebrates 1998’s Blade, starring Wesley Snipes, released in 1998 via New Line Cinema.
Focused, who recently released his Bad Meat LP, is a Toronto-based rapper who joins us to chronicle his journey through the technologically evolving music scene of the last two decades.
And just like that, another month is ova! We don’t know about you guys, but we’re definitely dreading the malls, so instead we’ll give you our weekly treat of solid tunes from back in the day, including System of a Down, Papa Roach and Breaking Benjamin.
In this special guest blog, 23-year-old Minneapolis, Minnesota-born alt artist, Call Me Karizma, forgets about music for a moment to reflect on his lifelong struggles with mental health and how he copes on a day-to-day basis.
Cincinatti pop-rock quintet Colly, who recently dropped their single “Shelter Me” on Paid Vacation Records, join us for a Stereo Six to list the records that have most influenced their sound.
The ever growing popular keto fat bomb is becoming a mainstay snack in the ketogenic diet. Toronto chef Danny P. lays out all you need to do with his “Bongripper Fat Bombs” recipe.
Ahead of the release of their new single, emerging Brit rockers Sonder spoke to us about the songs that had the biggest impact on their sound.
Ahead of the January 2019, release of their seven-song album Kindred: Act I, we connected with Red Cain vocalist Evgeniy Zayarny for a guest blog about their incredible lead single, “Wing of the Crow”, featuring Kobra And The Lotus front woman, Kobra Paige.
Happy Thanksgiving to our brothers from the south! In celebration of the creators of Black Friday, we we honour the prince of darkness, Ozzy Osborne, and his band Black Sabbath, not to mention the Americanos Pantera and Black Flag.
Chthonic’s newest album, Battlefields of Asura, ties together the events of their past four recordings to create a cohesive narrative that discusses the nuances and intricacies of rewritten history and activism. In this longform article, we explore the mythology and history which is interwoven in their lyrics.
Phoxjaw have caught attention without even breaking a sweat, and their sound is catchy and yet heavy to the point of filth. Frontman Danny Garland gives us a track-by-track of their début EP Goodbye Dinosaur, for fans of At the Drive-In and Cave In.
My real beef with the state of reality TV shows today (especially Keeping up with the Kardashians) is it does not convey our current reality, but it is definitely trying to shape it into something ugly. It’s saying “Hey, we talk shit to each other in our family every day, but we look great doing it, and we resolve our issues in 30 minutes, so nothing here is really wrong.”
Indie rock trio Saint Slumber offer us a track-by-track synopsis of their new EP YOUTH//2, released in September through Kingless Co. Records and Station House Recording.
Yep, we done gone EMO (insert sad emoji here)! Wait, but there’s hope! Or is there? No idea, but either way this week we’ve included our modern day Emo knight, Chris Carrabba, some Morrissey and Fall Out Boy in our emo edition of Throwback Thursday.
Vance Kotrla, the frontman of indie-folk purveyors Sci-Fi Romance, joins us for this exclusive guest blog to detail the creative process behind the band’s recent single, “Voices”, and corresponding, comic book-based video.
Although the world may see Stan Lee as the genius behind Marvel Comics, or the goofy old guy that always had a cameo in the Marvel movies, the truth is that he was so much more than that. We take a quick look back at his unbelievable life and legacy.
Cleveland-based, blues and gospel-influenced alternative band Welshly Arms return to London this week and, ahead of the show, the band talked to us about their influences.