Slave to Sirens’ fight depicted in ‘Sirens’ (Oscilloscope Laboratories) mirrors the fight the youth, new generations and embittered oppressed are engaged in with the powers that be as they introduce progress to a nation that’s itself at a crossroads.
For Zeppelin fans and people who want to get rocked, Zepparella is truly a must-see band! Check out our feature and live photos from Roxy Theatre!
Celebrating his newest album, ‘Sun Mountain Sea,’ musician Joss Jaffe joins us for a Stereo Six to discuss some of his all-time favourite songs.
Supporting Toronto-based artist Nice Vice’s recent single “Bloom,” he joins us for a playlist of his ideal songs for a good old-fashioned road trip.
We love a good tale of rock debauchery as do UK newcomers Voltstorm who have picked out five of their favourite tales for you.
Don Welch debuts his “Anomali” music video featuring a forceful performance out in the Texas wasteland. a new album is due via Dirt Rock Empire later this year.
Celebrated blues/rock singer and multi-instrumentalist Beth Hart played to a sold-out house at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles with support from the 22-year-old guitar wizard, Quinn Sullivan.
Madison Square Garden — NYC 1973. Glistening, bare-chested, nut-hugged frontman Robert Plant releases the mic. And with arms stretched…
With such a classic sound and a clear adoration of all things ’70s rock, the guys in Trigger Mafia seemed like perfect candidates for a Stereo Six feature to discern the records that helped in stimulating the writing, and recording of ‘The Brotherhood.’
As connoisseurs of fine hard rock, High Street seemed ideal to connect with for our latest Stereo Six feature. Discover six albums that left their mark on these musicians.
Call it luck or manifest destiny or even serendipity, but Eagle Johnson’s entry into music was not the same…
There I was, perusing the latest issue of a popular music magazine while standing in the check-out lane down…