Solid set of gender blending punk rockers Protomartyr reviewed.
A play governed by personae looks at a world where plants and animals are morphing into beasts that ravage humans.
Protomartyr shows that you don’t have to cater to the Vevo crowd to sing about things that matter.
Interview with Towanda’s lead singer/guitarist Rosie Grimpton who knows that making art is a way of life.
A little bit of gonzo journalism on one of Montreal’s underground squat festivals.
Chris heads down to Fattal Fest and reports on the overall atmosphere of appropriate chaos and music.
We send our reporter to party hard and he does… yet he still manages to report on this high energy punk, metal, and speed festival.
Photos of Fozzy, Warrant, Dokken, Marky Ramone, Within Temptation and more!
Photos of Heavy Montreal’s Abbath, Lita Ford, NoFX, Billy Talent, Iggy Pop, Faith No More, Testament. It got loud and louder!
Lead singer of The OBGM’s talks to Belinda about Montreal vs. Toronto and his favourite type of venues to play.
Bélinda gives a report in pictures of her day at Osheaga and what she saw. Ben Harper, Patrick Watson, and crowds.
Amazing start to Osheaga with the OBGMs!
This time, Dine Alone Records announces Teenage Movie Soundtrack, Heyrocco’s new pop punk and 90s-inspired album. Nathan Merli (guitar, vocals), Tanner Cooper (drums), and [read on]
The Rockfest 2015 adventures are at an end, as System concludes the festival gloriously. Day 2 hosted some of the best bands of the whole event.
Short n’ sweet, the new EP by Montreal’s The Willing moves from pop to punk.
The Bouncing Souls discuss why punk rock never gets old.
With only two days left to Amnesia Rockfest, festival-goers’ excitement increases by the hour. What can be better than great live music, booze and camping?
Have you ever heard of an anaesthesiologist hosting a group of underground punk bands, at his own expense, from half way around the world? Tokyo sure has!
Here are some of our picks for the experimental music festival of all genres.
Silverstein’s newest album, I Am Alive In Everything I Touch, may be their most glorious work yet since the release Discovering the Waterfront.