FORMAT Festival thrilled music and art fans in 2023. V13 will return and continue to cover events with unique analog photos.
Trap-rap meets blackened deathcore (yes, you read that right) on Danish duo Gradience’s first single, “This Abyss.”
KRANKk teams up with the Ragga Twins on their new single, “THINK,” a song probing societal venality and the plague of war.
Hyperia hit The Wyse Hall, located in Vancouver, BC, for the live release of their newest album, The Serpent’s Cycle,’ and the energy was palpable.
“Sweet N Low,” recently released by Henry Morris, is a song able to completely envelop you in the thread of a storyline.
Sprinkled by a delicious familiarity that’s at once innovative and persuasive, there’s a wonderful naturalism and frankness to “Liar.”
Luxuriously sensitive, “Coventry Carol/What Child is This” reveals the color, texture, and balance of the voice of Allan Palacios Chan.
The new single, “Gatherpiece,” by Felix Martin, is fast-paced and percussive, and expertly transitions through movements in mutiple genres.
Knuckle Puck and Real Friends, with One Step Closer and Arm’s Reach, stopped by Big Night Live in Boston and delivered on all fronts!
British music collective SAULT put on a truly awe-inspiring performance at Drumsheds in London. We attempt to explain the magic.
Ice Cube, Cypress Hill and D12 show the newcomers who the G.O.A.Ts are at Manchester AO Arena. Check out the review and photos here...
Halestorm absolutely hammered London’s OVO Wembley Arena with equally solid support from Black Veil Brides and Mothica.
Toronto’s intimate dive bar venue, Lee’s Palace, was host to a couple of veteran ’90s acts as Nonpoint and Hed PE whipped through town.
Set off by various genres, with ‘Fascination,’ Peppermint Heaven does what they do best – regales listeners with gratifying retro indie-pop.
Vocalist and songwriter Allison Russell stopped in for a gig at The Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts and it did not disappoint.