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Interview: Tal Wilkenfeld on opening for The Who, moving to America, and musical influences

By: Lucy Sky – Australian bassist Tal Wilkenfeld has been playing alongside legends like Jeff Beck, Steven Tyler, Prince, Ringo Starr, Sting, Eric Clapton, and Mick Jagger since she was in her teens. Now, she’s opening for The Who on their ‘The Who Hits 50’ tour, as well as going out on her headlining tour. Wilkenfeld … Continue reading

Interview: Spencer Chamberlain on the rebirth of Underoath

By: Lucy Sky – Underoath broke a lot of hearts when they broke up in 2013, and none of them thought they’d ever get back on stage together again, until now. Since their reunion announcement last summer, they’ve announced the full-fledged “Rebirth Tour”, which will see the Florida sextet touring across North America playing two fan … Continue reading

Interview: Brian Fallon talks “Painkillers”, and the future of The Gaslight Anthem

By: Lucy Sky – Brian Fallon is back with his new solo album, Painkillers. Produced by superstar producer Butch Walker (Taylor Swift, Frank Turner, Keith Urban), Fallon recorded the album earlier this year at Nashville’s Taxidermy Studios with Fallon fronting a band that included Walker, bassist Catherine Popper (Jack White, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, Willie Nelson) and drummer … Continue reading

Interview: Filter’s Richard Patrick talks “Crazy Eyes”, addiction, and Nine Inch Nails

By: Lucy Sky – Filter frontman Richard Patrick took charge on Filter’s upcoming album, Crazy Eyes, which is set to be released April 8th via Wind-Up Records. Patrick produced the album with co-production help from friends, and while he’s been through the turbulent nature of the music industry, he told us in our new interview how … Continue reading

Concert Review/Photos: Madchild @ Babylon nightclub

By: Lucy Sky – Madchild’s show at Babylon nightclub in downtown Ottawa on January 21st was a night filled with dirty beats, and the grimiest of rhymes. From start to finish, this wasn’t something any hip-hop fan in the area would want to miss. People came from as far as Peterborough to see the show, and … Continue reading

Interview: Cage The Elephant talks Tell Me I’m Pretty, Grammy nominations, and classic movies

By: Lucy Sky – Speaking humbly of their Grammy nomination, Matt Schultz is all about making music. While his style may have changed slightly in their most recent release, his attitude seemingly has not. Check out our new interview below where we discuss working with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on Cage The Elephant’s new album, … Continue reading

Nielsen Report: Adele, vinyl sales dominate, as album sales decline in 2015

By: Lucy Sky – Adele, and vinyl dominated 2015 music sales, while album sales declined, according to Nielsen’s annual year-end report. Adele’s 25 obliterated the first week Nielsen SoundScan record that NSync’s No Strings Attached album previously held (2.416 million sales,) with a ground-breaking 3.377 million units sold during release week. It also accounted for over … Continue reading

Interview: Chilly Gonzales on coming home to Canada, the Paris attacks, and musical healing

By: Lucy Sky – A fter 17 years in Europe, Chilly Gonzales will be coming back to Canada for the final shows on his Chambers tour with Kaiser Quartett, before he takes a yearlong sabbatical to focus on new musical and conceptual ideas. Toronto will greet him at Massey Hall on February 5th, followed by Montreal … Continue reading

Interview: Alyssa Reid talks “Phoenix”, collaboration, and being a Canadian songwriter

By: Lucy Sky – You know her from her collaborations with Snoop Dogg, P Reign, Jesse Labelle, and Virginia To Vegas, and from her other million-selling radio hits like “Satisfaction Guaranteed” and “Dangerous” – but Alyssa Reid’s new album, Phoenix, breaks away from the radio-friendly pop mold. In our new interview, Alyssa spoke to us about letting … Continue reading

Interview: The Beaches talk new music, Christmas, and the Toronto music scene

By: Lucy Sky – H aving begun playing together in their pre-teens, Toronto-based indie rock band The Beaches’ music has grown with them since their 2014 EP, Heights, and their 2013 self-titled, and Raine Maida-produced debut EP. In a recent interview, we spoke to Jordan Miller (bass guitar and vocals), and Eliza Enman-McDaniel (drums) about their … Continue reading