“You’ve got to put some legwork in if you care about what you have in your life.”
In our latest Cover Story, Electronic artist Amon Tobin talks about his label Nomark Records, how to stay true to your creative vision, and the shifting landscape in the creative world.
READ THE INTERVIEW HERE
Raven Artson – ‘Transformia’ [Album Review]
Lacking contemporary equivalence and a most decorative bit of work, ‘Transformia’ offers a glimpse into the virtuosity of Raven Artson.
International Furlough – “Blind in One Eye” [Song Review]
Almost doom-like, International Furlough’s single “Blind in One Eye” pulsates with wicked, black kinesis, evoking primal expressions of foreboding gravity.
AJJ – ‘Disposable Everything’ [Album Review]
With ‘Disposable Everything’ (Hopeless Records), AJJ are arguably at the peak of their craft. The band successfully displays their full range while still remaining as quirky as ever.
Damien Musto – “Cry For Help” [Song Review]
Akin to an articulate cry of utter desolation, Damien Musto’s “Cry For Help” renders inner emotional anguish into expressive verses.
Skin On Flesh – ‘Terrible and Sad’ [EP] [Album Review]
Skin On Flesh’s new EP ‘Terrible and Sad’ is monstrously good, surging with visceral energy, hammering percussion, and the compelling voice of Laura Jiménez Alvarez.
Petty Human Emotions – ‘Petty Human Emotions’ [Album Review]
Every element of Petty Human Emotions’ self-titled album radiates vapours of elegiac sentiment, giving the album an engrossing sorrow.
Ships Have Sailed – “Silence” [Song Review]
Elegiac yet peppered with tinges of hopefulness, Ships Have Sailed’s “Silence” projects the mysterious energy and serenity of being enveloped in stillness.
Cal Wilson – ‘In Your Head’ [Album Review]
Characterized by Beatles-esque essence suffused with hints of sadness, In Your Head offers a delicious merger of ’60s alt-rock and pop.
Slam Dunk kicked off festival season in the UK as Enter Shikari, Bowling For Soup, Yellowcard played to a sold-out Temple Newsam crowd.
Avatar, supporting their latest album, ‘Dance Devil Dance,’ hit a sold-out Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Kentucky, supported by Veil of Maya and Orbit Culture.
We were fortunate to be among the ~65,000 attendees at Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” show at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA) with Phoebe Bridgers and Gayle.
Wage War brought the “Manic” to Worcester Palladium on May 12th with bands Nothing, Nowhere and Spite. What else can we say? It was a killer show!
We caught Blink-182’s first of two Toronto shows at Scotiabank Area and, along with openers Turnstile and Beauty School Dropout, the night was one hell of a party!