Once again, punk nerd extraordinaire Chris Aitkens rates his top five punk albums from Montreal for the year 2016.
Gogol Bordello’s frontman Eugene Hutz drops hints about the new album and why the band is playing in Montreal this New Years Eve.
Sometimes we just feel like sharing all the things that come our way, good and bad.
Many are trying to stay positive in these dark times. Here’s a small silver lining: anti-Trump punk songs!
Come check out the launch of Nomad(e), Emma June’s new EP
Plotting your party at home for Halloween? Here’s some tracks you’ll want to get on your playlist.
Two artists discuss the unique struggles of being an artist, motivation, and living in an artist’s city.
Rundle’s latest flows from one song to the next.
He wowed Bon Jovi. Let Sayce wow you.
The new album from Sweden’s Sabaton is arguably their best yet. It’s an evolution of their classic sound.
Bravely challenging gender constructs, Young Thug takes rap and hip hop to new places while connecting with his first identity.
Th Dream Is Over tells stories of lost love, troubles on the road and escaping hometown tragedy.