Elizabeth Moen joins us for a track-by-track rundown of every song on her recent album, ‘Wherever You Aren’t.’ She discusses the meaning and significance behind this impressive collection of tracks.
Sean Sroka of Toronto band Ten Kills the Pack runs down the most pivotal records that helped him to compose ‘Thank You For Trying.’
Continuing to support their emotive EP ‘Flatline’ (Smartpunk Records), Alive In Barcelona lead singer Matt Hoos joins us for a guest blog in which he discusses how music saved his life.
Roger Street Friedman joins us for a special guest blog detailing his early years as a songwriter, his move away from songwriting, and his subsequent, triumphant return.
Me Like Bees joins us for a Stereo Six feature, running down six of their favourite albums/songs that influenced their new album ‘Disco Two Step’ (Honey Pit).
Diana Panton, fresh off the release of her album ‘blue’ (Sono Recording Group), joins us for a Women of Rock feature outlining five specific female influences.
Forthright Records founder Andrew P. Oliver joins us for a guest blog in which he shares the Top 5 lessons he learned from being a sushi chef.
Nestor lead singer Tobias Gustavsson outlines his Top 10 favourite 1980s hard rock classics that were influential to him and the band in the writing of ‘Kids in a Ghost Town’ (Napalm Records).
Judicator vocalist John Yelland talks us through the inspiration behind the band’s dramatic new album ‘The Majesty of Decay’ (Prosthetic Records).
In volume 3 of our series (dis)CoverArtwork, we dive into incredible cover art for releases from BenBen, Dog of Man, Kids Return, The Standstills, Trutopia & Greta Levska, and Vails.
With Fragments of Sorrow starting to catch on in a big way, we caught up with the modern metalcore band for a Stereo Six feature in which they run down six songs that have been highly influential to them.
Eddy Lee Ryder joins us for a Women of Rock feature and lists five women who have genuinely inspired her to become the artist she is today.
Protect Your Heart lead singer Matty McDonald joins us for a detailed track-by-track rundown of the band’s album ‘[re]introduction.’