The weekend is always a great time to let loose, and that’s what we’re going to do today with…
If you’re feeling a little out of tune today, which is likely if you’re confined to your home, then…
On April 3rd, via Dine Alone Records, London, Ontario-based punks Single Mothers will release a deluxe edition of their…
Bristol, England rock band LICE have unveiled a fantastic new track titled “Conveyor,” and, if that wasn’t enough, confirmed a March UK headlining tour.
Most would agree that the anatomy of black snow is quite strange… Well, in this Monday AM premiere, we’re hoping to understand it all thanks to Brooklyn-based art-rockers Strange Anatomy and their new single “Black Snow.”
Released 40 years ago this week (November 30, 1979), via Columbia Records, Pink Floyd’s The Wall is recognized widely as one of rock’s all-time bestselling, and most iconic albums. Four decades later, it still feels like comforting hug from a special high school friend.
Kingston, Ontario art rockers JIMBO deliver their brand-new music video for the politically-charged single “Mamawawa” lifted from the band’s sophomore EP, Where The Vultures Gather.
We caught up with Indie rockers The National and Courtney Barnett as they came to play the outdoors venue Thompson’s Point in Portland, ME on a rainy June 19, 2019.
Penned after attending a controversial speech by Jordan Peterson, Kingston, Ontario art rock group JIMBO unveil their fiery and politically-charged new single, “Mamawawa.”
Lifted from Metamorphejawns, their debut full-length that’s due July 19th via Records, Man Records, New York art-rock septet, Ecce Shnak serve some psychedelic brew with their new single “Privatization Jawn: іTurnit! / іBurnit!.”
Montreal native and art-rock connoisseur Jesse Mac Cormack lends some insight into his newest record, “Now” (out May 3rd on Secret City Records), with a track-by-track rundown of its ten dreamy, explorative songs.
Fans of Mastodon, King Crimson and Neurosis should point their ears towards the progressive sounds of Latitudes and their new album Part Island. We spoke to the band about the inspiration behind their expansive sound.
Ahead of the release of his new album, Vanishing Island, Brighton art-rocker Matt Finucane has exclusively released his latest video for “Perilous Seat” right here.