Interviewed | Caveboy

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 experiences into their indie dream-pop. In every song you hear each struggle and triumph it took to get their elevating sound. Formally known as DiamondContinue reading “Interviewed | Caveboy”

The Cotton Ball Conundrum | This is What Happens When You Ask Curses Questions Using Their Song Titles

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 is a little taste of the uniqueness that is Curses. With the first show of their Canadian tour only a few hours away, Martin Broda,Continue reading “The Cotton Ball Conundrum | This is What Happens When You Ask Curses Questions Using Their Song Titles”

“Masturbation and The Appeal of Side Boob” This is What Happens When You Ask Albert Hammond Jr Questions Using His Own Song Titles

…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.

Inside The Weirdo Shrine | Backstage with La Luz

From their chilled demeanours to their ‘80s clothing it’s apparent they’re not your typical girls. If it were high school, they’d be the ones that don’t fit in and don’t care. They’d hang out in the parking lot among their group of misfits being so effortlessly cool that you’d secretly pine to be them. You’dContinue reading “Inside The Weirdo Shrine | Backstage with La Luz”

Car Accidents, Bribes and Getting Saved by Their Horns: The Worst Day in the Life of Busty and The Bass

From building steady fan bases in Montreal, Toronto and New York, playing festivals such as Canadian Music Week and The Montreal International Jazz Festival and just announcing a fall tour, there is no doubt that the “best days” for Busty and The Bass come in waves. The 9-piece set-up credits the best times as aContinue reading “Car Accidents, Bribes and Getting Saved by Their Horns: The Worst Day in the Life of Busty and The Bass”

Thrifty Kids: Sarah Cogan After The Performance

After playing The Phoenix and putting their best set forward, Thrifty Kids’— an indie-surf rock band from Ottawa—Sarah Cogan shares a little about the band’s future and her thoughts on performing. You just walked off stage, how do you feel right now? “This is definitely this biggest crowd we’ve ever played ever. So many people,Continue reading “Thrifty Kids: Sarah Cogan After The Performance”

“Thanking The Rock and Breathing” The Honest Heart Collective After The Big Performance

The Honest Heart Collective came on stage and played their best show, which was also deemed the most nerve-wracking. With their fate yet to be determined and the success behind them, a sweaty, dazed and happy Ryan MacDonald talked about how a certain wrestler helped him out before playing as a part of the topContinue reading ““Thanking The Rock and Breathing” The Honest Heart Collective After The Big Performance”

“It’s not my record anymore” – The Lost Identity of Michael Rault

Almost unrecognizable, he walks up to the stage. Under a mess of hair, his finest pair of ripped jeans and tattered sneakers Michael Rault takes his place at the mic. As he begins laying into the microphone it’s clear his moustache isn’t the only thing that’s new. If you listened to Rault from way backContinue reading ““It’s not my record anymore” – The Lost Identity of Michael Rault”

A Dislocated Jaw, Sexist Remarks, Bullies and Chai Tea: The Tour Diaries of Le Butcherettes.

Find out what is it like on the road the second time around for one of the most memorable bands you’ll ever see on stage. Catch up with the gender bender herself, Teri and find out how she survives the road after her signature bloody clothing comes off.
The tales from the road from the first performance, needs and the time a stage injury turned a kid into a doctor.