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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Fever Feel’s New Video for “Somewhere Down The Line”

By: Staff – Victoria B.C.-based rock quartet Fever Feel is back with their brand new video for “Somewhere Down The Line”, which you can watch exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. “Somewhere down the line explores the philosophical theory of solipsism while entertaining both the rational and irrational aspects of ones own thought,” says the band. “The … Continue reading

Podcast: The Fratellis’ Jon Fratelli Talks “In Your Own Sweet Time”, Band Maturity, & 2018 World Cup

By: Adam Harrison –   In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce a collaboration with Toronto-based writer/photographer/podcast host Adam R. Harrison and his new show, The Adamantium Podcast, which features local and celebrity guests engage in casual conversations on art, culture, and entertainment. In episode 14, Jon Fratelli, lead singer and frontman of The … Continue reading

Watch Arkells’ New Video for “People’s Champ”

By: Staff – Today, Arkells release the much-anticipated video for “People’s Champ”. Directed by renowned photographer & creative Matt Barnes, the video brings the optimism sought within “People’s Champ” to life. Shot in the band’s hometown of Hamilton, the video aims to find the joy at the heart of every-day, mundane surroundings. Watch the video below! “People’s Champ … Continue reading

Interview: Red Fang Talks “Only Ghosts”, Portland Music Scene, and Tour Fitness

By: Lucy Sky – Melding together the sounds of hard rock, punk, blues infused metal, doom, and more, Red Fang knows no bounds when it comes to putting out hard-hitting music. The band will be playing Heavy Montreal this year on July 28th, in the midst of their Only Ghosts spring/summer tour. They’ll be sharing the stage with … Continue reading

Photos: Depeche Mode @ Honda Center

Photos by: Melanie Escombe – UK synthpop band Depeche Mode, who released their 14th album, Spirit, on March 17th, 2017 via Columbia/Mute, performed at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California last night (May 22nd).

Exclusive Premiere: Watch the new video for Jessicka’s New Single “Penniless Fools”

By: Staff – Today, Vancouver’s own Jessicka released the video for her brand new single “Penniless Fools”, which you can watch exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. “It started as a visual of an abandoned desert motel, a sort of glamourized death of The American Dream,” says Jessicka of the new single. “But then I thought of what … Continue reading

Album Review: CHVRCHES – “Love Is Dead”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     Since the release of their second album nearly three years ago, Scottish synthpop band, CHVRCHES, have been busy dropping breadcrumbs of sorts to eager fans. With a steadfast determination to protect their moody-punk meets cheery-pop identity against unwanted prodding, the trio have worked as solitary musicians and enacted a somewhat … Continue reading

Arroyo Seco Weekend Announces 2018 Lineup

By: Staff – Arroyo Seco Weekend has announced its 2018 lineup. The festival, which is set to happen at Brookside Park in Pasadena, California on June 23 and 24, will feature headlining performances by Neil Young & Promise Of The Real, Jack White, Kings Of Leon and Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters. Other notable artists … Continue reading

Photos: Nav, 88glam @ Rebel

Photos by: Stephan Ordonez – Hip-Hop artist Nav, who released his debut album, Reckless, on May 18th, 2018 via XO/Republic, which featured the singles “Wanted You”, and “Freshman List”, and which features guest appearances from Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott, and Gunna, performed at Rebel in Toronto last night (May 21st) with Toronto-based hip-hop duo 88glam, who … Continue reading

Photos: Courtney Barnett, Lala Lala @ Preston Bradley Hall

Photos by: Kris Cortes – Australian indie rock singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, who released her newest album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, on May 18th, 2018 via Mom + Pop, which featured the singles “Nameless, Faceless”, “Need a Little Time”, “City Looks Pretty”, and “Sunday Roast”, performed at Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago last night (May 22nd) with Chicago-based punk rock … Continue reading

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