Danko Jones, the revered Canadian rock three-piece, has followed up the release of their new single “We’re Crazy” with the song’s official music video.
Yessir, the Canadian rock trio that is Danko Jones has returned with new tunes! Check the new single “We’re Crazy”, and get hyped for a new album due in Spring 2019.
Dan Miraldi’s treating us to a song stream before we get all wilted and brown and faded. Say goodbye to dehydration, it’s “Watered Down Love”, a single from the full-length Alphabet City 2AM, due out August 3rd.
On July 6th, rock and roll’s hottest act, Greta Van Fleet, graced the REBEL stage for their first show of two shows in Toronto.
Torontonians celebrated our southern neighbour’s Independence Day with a night of classic rock at Budweiser Stage when headliners Styx dropped by with Tesla!
We caught up with guitarist Phil Campbell to discuss Arcadia Ales’ new Motörhead-inspired beer, Road Crew, life after Lemmy Kilmister, his new band, and keeping in touch with drummer Mikkey Dee.
The Mylars released thirty-three minutes worth of slick rock & roll on September 15th, 2017, in the form of their nine-track full-length, Melody Records. Today they debut their video for the single “Breathe Again”!
At Old Trafford on Tuesday, fifty thousand fans saw The Rolling Stones show why, after a career that is closing in on sixty fucking years, they are very much on their own in the category marked “untouchable.”
Last Thursday, George Thorogood and his band of merry Destroyers rolled through Toronto once again, bringing their 2018 “Rock Party” tour to Massey Hall.
Neil Young’s inaugural performance at the Roxy Theatre in L.A. in September of 1973 is a similarly exuberant, whiskey-soaked, and macabre performance of a legendary album.
On April 19th, 2018, Canadian rock band, The Wild!, brought the ruckus to Toronto’s Lee’s Palace, alongside openers The Lazys and Crown Lands.
Today, in continued promotion of the dope debut, Peacock Fantasies, we’re stoked to premiere the music video for Gyasi’s single “All Messed Up”.
Acclaimed blues man George Thorogood is making a stop at the Sunrise Records store in the Pickering Town Centre.