After mixing several genres to create quite a unique new EP, the Quaaludes head out on an August 2015 Tour – an occasion for “sad punk” not to miss.
New album by Bud Rice releases album of well composed songs with jazz, blues, R&B, and folk influences.
Clementine’s latest album is beautiful and emotive.
Silverstein’s newest album, I Am Alive In Everything I Touch, may be their most glorious work yet since the release Discovering the Waterfront.
A mix of math-rock, emo, technical wizardry, and pop punk, the new ep Backyard is perfect for summer on the dark side.
New album runs high with emotion, aggression, and skillful writing.
Wash up on your desert island with this disk.
Montreal Jesse Stone’s new album is an homage to countless American folk and country singers.
Students from Lester B. Pearson collaborate with David Hodges on an educational project to create a polished album of radio-friendly hits.
New album spans the gamut from calm to crashing.
Montreal band releases its first filled with blues, jazz, and southern songwriting.
What Do You See? mixes brutal egoism, drug references and hip hop’s trademark misogyny with goofy childlike charm and vague self-awareness.