The shy demeanour of Max Clarke disappears the moment he steps into Cut Worms on stage. Clarke has decorum in his music that gives it a sense of timelessness tenderness. […]
It’s been a few weeks since the release of Zolly, by Hamilton-based band The Bandicoots. They’ve established themselves as a young, fast-paced, alt-rock band, yet, switched things up with their latest release. […]
Meet the singer-songwriter on the edge of a breakout. About to release her debut EP, Don’t Let the Kids Win, Julia Jacklin is an artist to watch. Bringing us sweet melodies […]
It’s 2 .p.m, inside the Danforth Music Hall the giant letters “O” and “W” are being hauled on to stage. Soundcheck is still an hour away and the final […]
It’s a common thought among any social media savvy person: How do I make my Instagram awesome? and it’s a lot harder than it looks. Imagine how hard it must be for […]
Q: Is there any significance behind the red roses in Let The Night Fall? A: Probably, yes. But I think we just liked how strange it looked. Kind of […]
Caveboy is a band driven by the past, future and determination. Their music is a raw emotional world that commands attention. The trio have mastered how to merge real life […]
Outside Adelaide Hall in the sketchy brick alley, Curses braved the harsh wind to answer a few questions using song the titles off of their debut EP, The Bridge. Here […]
They went to a record store, got pizza, and then got some coffee. By looking at Agustin Escalante (left) and Robbie Jackson, you might think they’re from Toronto, but these boys are straight out of Nashville, Tennessee.
…wait wait…what? A gentleman like this? How did this come about you may ask, well, the questions were kind of a joint effort, unknowingly on his part. Using song titles from his latest solo-release, Momentary Masters, I asked questions using all ten of the titles. The result was pretty hilarious.