Legendary guitarist/vocalist George Thorogood shares his experience recording Party Of One, as well as his interests outside of music, his friendship with fellow rock’n’roll legend Johnny Winter, and his words of wisdom that all aspiring musicians need to hear.
While Party Of One may take Destroyers fans by surprise, it pays homage to the roots of their classic boogie-blues sound and authenticates Thorogood as a true blues musician.
Northern Irish punk rock pioneers celebrate their 40th anniversary with a live album release of their annual St. Patrick’s Day gig at the famous Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow — and it rocks.
“Are You Out There” is a strong debut that certainly solidifies Rilian’s stance as an artist to keep on the radar.
Guitarist Dennis Casey was willing to take a break from it all to talk about the new release, reflect on twenty years together as a band, and share some of his favourite guilty pleasure songs.
The L.A. trio’s debut LP serves listeners with a half-hour musical experience spanning and fusing a bulk of rock sub-genres—from blues to grunge, to funk, to hip-hop, and everything in between.
Our friends at The Scene Magazine threw a killer two-day private party in a secret location downtown Toronto—celebrating local talent and generating actionable awareness about the need for creative communities to assemble and help our favourite venues fight against the risk of closure.
In celebration of their 25-year anniversary, the hit 90s band is back with a brand new album featuring acoustic and orchestral re-recordings of ten of their biggest hits, as well as three new tracks.
Canadian rockers Danko Jones kicked off their cross-Canada tour, promoting their latest album release Wild Cat, to a sold-out crowd at the intimate concert venue Maxwell’s in Waterloo, ON.
The U.K. punk trio’s debut single is two and a half minutes of hard-driving, cacophonous noise reminiscent of the early years of classic punk, but with a distinctly modern twist.
The 2016 independent thriller directed by Jeremy Saulnier is 94 breakneck minutes of tense, claustrophobic action that will have you gripping the edge of your seat with sweaty palms from start to finish. Here’s why it has all the makings to become the next punk rock cult classic.
Nashville-based psych rockers All Them Witches came to warm up Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern with a powerful set from their hot new album Sleeping Through the War.
All Them Witches drummer Robby Staebler was willing to take a break from the post-album release bedlam to answer a few questions for us—sharing the origins of the band, stories from the road, and what fans can expect from the tour.