Scrolling through any Canadian newspaper or online source, one finds it difficult to avoid stories pertaining to the country’s issue with natural resources, be it the expansion of pipelines, advances in technology or which provinces benefit the most from revenue generated. Almost on a daily basis, Canadians are fed news in an apparent “us versus… Continue reading Book review – Let the Eastern Bastards Freeze in the Dark
Queens of the Stone Age are currently touring in support of the reissue of their self-titled debut album from 1998. I caught their show here in Toronto at Sound Academy and, as expected, they're a fab band to see live. Despite the venue being a bit of a drag to get to, it was worth… Continue reading Concert Review: Queens of the Stone Age
The Besnard Lakes, Jenny and Johnny and Band of Horses performed a sold out show at the Kool Haus in Toronto. Read the full review at Chart Attack.
Crocodiles' sophomore album Sleep Forever, released September 14 under Fat Possum Records. Read the review at Chart Attack.
Read the full review of Arcade Fire's third album The Suburbs on AUX.
As part of North By Northeast 2010, Seattle's Mudhoney played the legendary Horseshoe Tavern. Read the full gig review on AUX.
Written for AUX. For the next thirty minutes, after the two it takes you to read this of course, all you have to do is listen. Whether your working, running, driving, blogging or putting your head back down on the pillow, your ears will not be disappointed with Mindnight Conspiracy’s latest mixtape that features Crystal… Continue reading Midnight Conspiracy Dead Fame Tour Mix – Track Review
Written and published for AUX. Those lucky enough to go to last night’s Air concert at the Phoenix, or those simply looking to get out of the wet chilly evening were whisked away by some breathtaking electronic melodies and captivating visual images. Part of their first North American tour in three years, Air descended upon… Continue reading Review: Air at the Phoenix Concert Theatre
New photos posted on Flickr. Review written and published for AUX. Former Alice in Chains singer and songwriter Layne Staley died in 2002. A few years later the band reformed with new member William DuVall, a black afro haired singer who befriended guitarist Jerry Cantrell earlier on in the decade. Last night, March 17, 2010,… Continue reading Alice in Chains at the Sound Academy
Seconds after singing the last words of the song ‘Hurt,’ Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor said goodnight to the audience and led his band offstage to conclude the first two performances of the night. Playing what seemed to be a short set of mostly new songs, NIN certainly warmed up the stage both… Continue reading NINJA show in Chula Vista