Monogrenade releases Composite at La Tulipe. This is Andres Roget’s photo journal of the event.
The This Many Boyfriends Club are part of a new, young emerging love n’ punk music scene in Montreal that loves guitars and puns about polyamory.
Photo journal by Andres Roget of Felp and Bellflower show at Divan Orange.
Hazel Wilde talks about songwriting, the relationship between current events and lyrics, and the history of Lanterns on the Lake.
Jean Michel Pigeon talks about the origins of Composite.
The Hellbound Hepcats’ Alex Brown talks about the band’s beginnings and let’s us know he’s got a musical in the works.
Reverend Horton Heat, the Brains, and Necromantix are like a fine whiskey. Rock-punk-country outfits only get better with age.
Li’l Andy opens up about his relationship with technology, his interest in trains, and what country and bluegrass mean to him.
Feminist, dj, and artist, JD Samson talks about making Labor, involvement with freeing Pussy Riot, and the relationship between writing music and activism.
Jessie Stein sums up the best points of months on the road and the best points of being home on the day before the last show of the tour.
Get ready to flail and mosh at Ska label Stomp Record’s birthday bash. Beer and bands are on tap.
British sensation Jake Bugg’s concert proved to be exactly what reviewer Nina Chabel hoped… And beyond that, the Skins proved to be better than expected, while Albert Hammond Jr. shows he’s a worthy front man.