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.
Canadian rockers Fool’s Union is gaining traction since the release of their new single “Raven Lake.” Frontman Nick Cino joins us for a Stereo Six feature to highlight their musical influences.
Celebrating their new EP, ‘Eventually,’ Toronto band The Effens joins us for a Stereo Six feature wherein they hand-pick six records that have been instrumental in developing their sound.
Is This It was seminal, epochal, and renowned worldwide, but The Strokes have yet to find that garage-rock perfection since their early years. They came close with 2003’s Room on Fire and 2006’s First Impressions of Earth, but it’s never been quite the same. So with a forthcoming album titled Under Cover of Darkness, anticipation is rampant but tentative.