Toronto, Canada’s annual Winterfolk Blues and Roots Festival is back for its 18th instalment and has confirmed the first…
Sepsiss is a rocking gamut of metal and hardcore flavoured with hints of hip-hop, urban hardcore and modern rhythms, and they’re here to make your day with a free mp3 download of their latest single “To Write Hate on His Arms,” released February 19th off their debut EP, Badd Blood.
Belgian rapper, MC and hip-hop artist Baloji is about to release his new record Kaniama: The Yellow Version. We spoke with him about the album, his artistry, style and creativity.
Field Trip celebrated its sixth year at Fort York and Garrison Common in Toronto. Here are six moments that stood out, and six that we weren’t quite feeling.
Field Trip might be headlined by some of the biggest names in indie music, but the event also showcases many upcoming acts. Five groups you need to peep this year include Ellevator, Allie X, Haerts, Partner and Gabrielle Shonk.
Field Trip may be best-known for its food trucks, family-friendly fun, and world renowned headlining indie artists, but you’ve got to check out Noname, Pierre Kwenders, Cuco, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue and Jacob Banks when you visit Toronto’s Historic Fort York and Garrison Commons on June 2nd and 3rd.
The Smokers Club Festival will take place at the end of April at The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA., and it’ll be DOPE! Check out our preview and exclusive Spotify playlist.
The 2018 edition of Rolling Loud will take place at Miami, FL’s Hard Rock Stadium and host headliners Future, J. Cole, and Travis Scott, plus some of rap’s biggest names!
Field Trip has announced the line-up for the 2018 event, including the recently reunited Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
We recently interviewed Dejehan Hamilton aka “Luckystickz”, the first-ever Canadian steelpan graduate from Boston’s Berklee College. He’s an incredible performer and he should be on your radar.
Canadian musician KO opened up over the phone regarding the context of his music, his past, his journey to where he is now, and his plans for the future. He’s keeping busy, and sending out his message strong; hard drugs are detrimental, stick to the herb! His music deals with some very hard-pressed and personal issues that his fans can relate to. Here’s how it went.