With the recent release of Grace: Based on the Jeff Buckley Story, author Tiffanie DeBartolo has taken it upon herself to champion the late singer Jeff Buckley with a tender focus on the root of his artistry in a beautiful story. We spoke to DeBartolo about the book and the process behind it.
We connected with multi-talented Melissa Wolfe, lead singer of New Hampshire metal band Sepsiss, to discuss her interesting career path, a woman’s place in metal, and how she’s managed to hone an identity that is uniquely, and excitingly her.
The attention to detail on Social Cues (out now via RCA), like much of Cage The Elephant’s catalogue, makes for an album that will surely age well.
On a Wednesday night, in between Coachella weekends, Maggie Rogers performed a sold-out show at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, for the first time. And, honestly, it felt like the second coming.
With International Women’s Day just behind us, it’s time to honour our Top 5 female pioneering artists, including Poison Ivy, Suzi Quatro, Betty Davis, Goldie and The Gingerbreads and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Let’s be serious, it’s Robyn’s world and we’re all just out here paying rent in it. Touring for her most recent album, Honey, Robyn performed a sold-out show at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver to close out February.
If you’re the type of band that consistently makes some of the most beautiful music, ever, it’s consummate to parallel its beauty in setting. While a specific venue to listen to alluring, Balkan-inspired indie-rock isn’t necessary, the Orpheum was as good a place as any for Beirut to deliver tunes off their sixth studio album, Gallipoli, out now via 4AD.
They may not be as stripped down as in their previous records, but Almost Free — out now via Mom + Pop Music (US), Dine Alone (CAN) — shows that FIDLAR are still loud, evocative and ready to party.
With nearly four months to devour, regurgitate, and fully digest Arctic Monkeys’ most recent album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, out now on Domino, it can now be inserted into a definitive ranking of the band’s six studio albums.
Whether it be by choice, or simply not yet their time, the following female-heavy bands are creating exciting, quality music, having yet to become household names, and for that we’re grateful. Get to know Guantanamo Baywatch, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, The Coathangers, Tacocat, and Peach Kelli Pop.
It’s International Women’s Day and what better time for a new installment of Women of Rock? Today, we’re paying homage to some of the Godmothers of Rock, so get your pencils sharpened and take note!
Milky Chance closed off their North American leg of the “Blossom Tour” with back-to-back sold-out shows in Vancouver.