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Interview: Epica talks “The Holographic Principle”, Epic Metal Fest, and Side Projects

By: Lucy Sky – D uring a time where virtual reality has taken off and people can create their own virtual worlds which can’t be distinguished from “reality as we know it”, symphonic metal band Epica poses this question: Is our current reality a kind of virtual reality? This implies the existence of a higher reality which … Continue reading

Interview: A Day To Remember talks “Bad Vibrations”, fave Blink-182 albums, and bad comments

By: Curtis Sindrey – M etalcore favourites A Day To Remember are back with their new album, Bad Vibrations. A Day To Remember (vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, guitarists Kevin Skaff and Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard and drummer Alex Shelnutt) recorded Bad Vibrations with producers Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore (Rise Against, NOFX). Released on the band’s own ADTR Records and distributed by Epitaph, … Continue reading

Interview: Paul White talks bringing The Beatles to Canada, and 1960s Toronto

By: Lucy Sky – T he 1960’s was the golden age of mainstream rock and roll, and with the rise of legendary bands like The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones, retired Capitol Records executive Paul White was at the centre of a cultural revolution. August 17th marked the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ final Toronto concert, which … Continue reading

Interview: SonReal talks “The Name EP”, living on the road, and music videos

By: Lucy Sky – T his year alone, Vancouver’s own SonReal crossed Canada with Classified, is now going through the U.S. playing a sold out tour with Jon Bellion, and has recorded a new EP, which is set to drop on August 12th. The forthcoming The Name EP is definitely a SonReal album, in that it has … Continue reading

Interview: Jessy Lanza talks “Oh No”, collaborations, and overcoming anxiety

By: Lucy Sky – 2 016 Polaris Music Prize short-lister Jessy Lanza’s new album, Oh No, is addressed to her own constant nervousness. The pressure of music making, which used to calm her nerves, has led to a whole new world of contingencies that stoke the anxiety mill. The exclamation ‘Oh No’, for Lanza marks yet another … Continue reading

Interview: Darryl Fine reflects on 25 years of the Bovine Sex Club

By: Lucy Sky – F rom the outside, the Bovine Sex Club can trick many into thinking they’re walking past a contorted pile of garbage, but in reality, it’s one of the most beloved clubs in Toronto. On top of that, it’s 25th anniversary has it recognized as a heritage building by Heritage Toronto. Bovine owner Darryl … Continue reading

Interview: Against Me!’s Atom Willard talks new music, and LGBTQ education

By: Lucy Sky – I n the past decade and a half, Atom Willard has drummed for numerous bands, but most notably, Rocket from the Crypt, The Offspring, Angels & Airwaves, and since 2013, for Against Me! While Willard’s musical resume is long, he says this one really feels like home. Against Me! is wrapping up the last leg of … Continue reading

Interview: Arkells talk “Morning Report”, music festivals, and must-hear Hamilton bands

By: Lucy Sky – A rkells’ fourth album, Morning Report, (out Aug. 5th via Last Gang/eOne) is their most personal album yet. The new album which serves as the Hamilton quintet’s first new studio album since 2014’s High Noon, sees the return of producers Tony Hoffer (Beck, M83), Brian West (AWOLNATION), Joe Chiccarelli (The Strokes, My Morning Jacket), and … Continue reading

Interview: Tim English talks Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” trial

By: Lucy Sky – L ed Zeppelin is one of the most iconic rock bands of all-time, but this time they’re under a much less flattering spotlight. Their most famous song, “Stairway to Heaven”, is in court being challenged as a rip off of Spirit’s song “Taurus”. While Led Zeppelin is nowhere near the only band … Continue reading

Interview: The Joy Formidable talks “Hitch”, creative control, and triumph in band drama

By: Lucy Sky – R itzy Bryan, Rhydian Dafydd, and Matt Thomas of The Joy Formidable cut themselves off from the world after years of touring to make their new album, Hitch, which will be released in Canada this month via Cadence Music. The album is a return that sounds and feels like a record of pure … Continue reading

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