Canada’s fast-rising roots mainstays, Del Barber and Mariel Buckley have today confirmed a lengthy Western Canadian co-headlining tour. The eighteen-city…
Edmonton, AB-based singer-songwriter William Prince has announced a string of Spring 2020 Canadian tour dates in Ontario with tickets on sale this Friday, February 7th.
With glowing reviews from the likes of Lenny Kaye, Jon Spencer, and Rolling Stone, you’d be silly to miss…
L.A.’s Pete Wilde dropped his debut album, Sugar & Smoke, on April 5th via 88 Jump and now joins us for an incredible guest blog wherein he reminds us where rock ‘n’ roll came from and who really built it.
Addressing the overt lack of human social connection amongst us today, we’re thrilled to premiere the new record, In Line For A Smile, courtesy of Vancouver Island singer-songwriter Ryan McMahon.
Max Cavalera‘s Soulfly have announced a clutch of UK dates this August around their festival appearance at Boomtown Fair.
We’re excited to share with you “Cukoo Bird”, the latest single from San Diego, Californian band, Fanny and The Atta Boys.
“Let Me Take You Home Tonight” sounds like a track that would have an entire southern America pub hooting and hollering.
With themes of political and social dissatisfaction, we caught up with Jon Landry, frontman for the Nova Scotia rockers The Stanfields, to learn more about the new album Modem Operandi.
Valkyries’ single, “Inward Voyager,” was recorded at Hercules Street Studios and engineered and produced by Ryan Miller and Daniel Vandenberg.
I’ve been planning an epic road trip across North America in my head since high school. Of course, my daydreaming stems from that scene in Elizabethtown when Orlando Bloom is given that diligent playlist for the road, with every Tom Petty song meticulously mapped to specific intersections.
Since being the lead singer and guitarist of CCR, John Fogerty has gone to the top of the charts with a solo career. He amazed the crowd with his hits at this year’s Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest, and performed to a dedicated audience who (for a major part) had been waiting all afternoon to get front row spots! Check out the images caught on a Nikon D7000, 50mm f/1.8.