Locals only: Casper Skulls announce debut album

Toronto’s baby band, soon to be dropping the “baby” from their stature, shared the first single off of their debut album. Casper Skulls’, You Can Call Me Allocator, is a solid step into the tone for the upcoming release. The band is a solid post-punk concoction. They proved their maturity in the genre with the Lips &Continue reading “Locals only: Casper Skulls announce debut album”

[Count down to CMW] The Canadian Gems

Canadian Music Week is nearly here, beginning April 18th-23rd. Talents from around the world will come to fill up every venue in Toronto for a week. But sometimes you don’t have to look to far to see some of the best talent. Canada’s got some amazing bands you might not have heard off (but definitelyContinue reading “[Count down to CMW] The Canadian Gems”

[Top five] Albums not to forget in 2017

2017 is sure to bring some exciting and much anticipated albums forth. Along the way we need to recall some of the greats that last year  gave us. This week’s top five is dedicated to those we fell in love with last year. You could say they’re following in the footsteps on bands like Fidlar,Continue reading “[Top five] Albums not to forget in 2017”

Front Row at Casper Skulls Release Party

Bubbles rain down on the crowd, the stage. The floor is slippery from the residue. Red, white, and black balloons are tossed around in the crowd, settling on stage. The room is still buzzing from Little Juniors performance earlier on and their too perfect cover of Teenage Dirtbag. Even they’ve taken their places amid theContinue reading “Front Row at Casper Skulls Release Party”

Front row at Born Ruffians

The Danforth fills, the crowd presses forward filling every inch between them and the stage. The lights dim and Born Ruffians begin their verbal fuck you song, Eat Shit We Did it. Cheers fill as the band takes their places behind their instruments, set in a line. Did it they have, Born Ruffians have marked themselves asContinue reading “Front row at Born Ruffians”

[Top Five] Camp Wavelength artists you need to hear

In the spirt of Wavelength going down this weekend, here are five tracks from the performers you need to hear. So if you missed the festival, no worries. Here are a few of the hidden gems that took the stage. Odonis Odonis – “Needs” Off of their latest record, Post Plague; Needs, captures everything that is perfectContinue reading “[Top Five] Camp Wavelength artists you need to hear”