Lydia Lunch is a legendary musician, poet, author and actress from New York who started out in the punk scene at CBGB.
Tony Burgess is a Canadian author, poet and musician who saw the birth of punk in the ’70s in Toronto. We caught up with this talented human to see what makes him tick.
This album is an instant classic and deserves a few good listens, at least. Personally, I enjoyed it thoroughly and will again.
Musically, this album rocks and I can’t wait until the weather is nicer so as to blast it on the highway with windows down.
Overall, I really love Radio Darkness. It’s very focused, and its subject matter is all very real and current.
This year we’ve already seen closures of several notable venues including: Hugh’s Room, Soybomb HQ, The Hoxton and most recently, The Silver Dollar Room.
A really cool addition to John’s catalogue of music. It shows his diversity as a singer, and re-imagines classic songs in a new and interesting way.
Trent Reznor is back so time to turn it up and listen to one of our generations most eclectic and interesting artists while you read our review here…
It might be a rare sight these days but as the Headstones showed in Toronto just before Christmas, the real rock and roll attitude is still alive and fighting. Read our live review here…