Metric recently hit the fabulous London Music Hall (with opener Bartees Strange), supporting their new album, ‘Formentera.’
Veteran headliners Norma Jean left the room decimated in the wake of a blistering hour-long set at St. Louis venue, Red Flag, on August 27th.
Edmonton’s Rogers Place received a healthy dose of rock ‘n’ roll from Greta Van Fleet and openers The Pretty Reckless and Hannah Wicklund.
Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers & Chic narrowly avoided a cancelled show at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage. Thankfully, the weather abated and Mike Bax scored this coverage!
Supported by The Strokes and Thundercat, the Red Hot Chili Peppers made their triumphant return to Toronto and totally enthralled everyone at the Rogers Centre.
Following an enforced pandemic-driven two-year hiatus, the award-winning ArcTanGent Festival returned with a vengeance in mid-August in the beautiful Mendip hills in Somerset, UK.
15,000 metal fans endured a heatwave to celebrate all that is great about metal as Bloodstock Open Air returned!
Wilco performed 23 songs to a dedicated cluster of fans at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage, many of whom travelled a distance to see this concert, with openers Bahamas and Kathleen Edwards.
Hoodie Allen recently hit The Foundry in Philadelphia, PA, with openers Belaganas and what a party it was! Coverage by Heather Krut.
Nathan Katsiaficas captured progressive rock band Coheed and Cambria (with openers Alkaline Trio and Mothica) when they recently boomed at Boston’s Agganis Arena.
If there is a more special surrounding for a festival than Lowther Deer Park in the idyllic Lake District,…
This was a prime example of a truly magical live music experience. Sleigh Bells, accompanied by N3ptune and Ada Rook of Black Dresses, slayed Toronto’s Velvet Underground!
The Edmonton Convention Centre played host to a highly-anticipated rock show, as Shinedown ignited the city with charisma and bombast, accompanied by Pop Evil and Ayron Jones.