90 minute set by the Black Keys at Osheaga was particularly strong and vocals.
Lead singer of The OBGM’s talks to Belinda about Montreal vs. Toronto and his favourite type of venues to play.
Detroit rockers Wilson did not have to look very far for inspiration when it came time to write their sophomore album. “Right to Rise” draws from the perseverance [read on]
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!
EP by Luke Austin Band a bit familiar but a decent first try
Kyle talks to no-wave New York inspired Dope Body.
10 p.m. Saturday. I could be somewhere else. But no. I am sitting on my bed listening to this album. It has this sound. It reminds me of Nada Surf. The Strokes, even. I [read on]
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 Bouncing Souls discuss why punk rock never gets old.
Here are a few picks of who to see at NXNE if you are headed to the festival, along with some advice about getting and staying there.
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!
Daughn Gibson’s new album is unlike anything he’s done before
Pittsburg punk rock band Anti-Flag released their newest album titled American Spring on May 26 through Spinefarm Records. You can stream the album via Arts for Amnesty, [read on]
Jean-Frederic talks to Leon Harrison about the long, hard road to success.
Demon’s Claws, Skip Jensen Group, and Double Date with Death make for a wide variety of styles and a fun night.
Montreal alternative rock band Das Blankout celebrates release party of new single.
Scott Weiland’s first original solo album since 2008 is a good return to form that should please fans of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver
Two great albums herald two great shows coming up in Montreal. Aren’t we lucky?
Combining blues guitar, gritty vocals and beatboxing, Heymoonshaker is making a fantastic and unique sound.