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Interview: Keane’s Tom Chaplin Talks “The Wave”, Drug Addiction, & Fighting Mental Illness Stigma

By: Curtis Sindrey – You may think you know Tom Chaplin. His soaring, emotional voice lay at the center of Keane, the anthemic, multi-million selling UK band who scored five number one albums in the UK between 2004 and 2013 – including two that landed on the Billboard 200, delivering such unforgettable hits as “Everybody’s Changing,” “Is It Any Wonder” and “Somewhere Only We … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concerts of 2016

We invited our team of contributors to share some of their favourite concerts of 2016. Many identify with their top picks on a personal level where a concert was the highlight of their year. For some, their list represents a culmination of 2016’s hard work; and others select clear stand-outs amidst the transforming process of discovering … Continue reading

Photos: Tegan And Sara @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Francesca Ludikar  – JUNO Award-winning indie rock duo Tegan and Sara, who released their eighth album, Love You to Death, on June 3rd, 2016, which was produced by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sia, Beck, Ellie Goulding), performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night.  

The Orwells Announce New Album “Terrible Human Beings”; Share Video For “They Put A Body In The Bayou”

By: Staff – Today, The Orwells are excited to announce their third record, Terrible Human Beings, out February 17th, 2017 via Canvasback Music. Alongside the announcement, they’re sharing a new song and video, “They Put a Body In The Bayou.” Watch it below. The video features the band acting as secret service to a degenerate politician who perhaps don’t have his … Continue reading

Tegan And Sara announce 2016 North American tour

By: Staff – In support of their highly anticipated forthcoming album, Love You to Death, (out June 3 on Warner Bros. Records), Tegan and Sara will hit the road this fall for a North American headlining tour. The 40-date tour will kick off September 9th in Saskatoon and will run through November 16th in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with stops in seven … Continue reading

Tegan and Sara announce new album “Love You To Death”

By: Staff – Tegan and Sara have announced their forthcoming album Love You to Death today.  Recorded in Los Angeles, Love You to Death is the band’s eighth studio album and once again finds the group working with producer Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sia, Beck, Ellie Goulding).  It is slated for release on June 3rd while the first taste of music from … 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

Stream the new Lucius song “Madness”

By: Staff –   Brooklyn-based indie rock band Lucius shared a brand new track this morning entitled “Madness”.

 The track is the second song to be taken from the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Good Grief, which serves as the widely anticipated follow up to 2013’s Wildewoman, and is due out on March 11th via Play It Again Sam. … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Albums of 2015

We invited our team of contributors to share some of their favourite albums of 2015. Many identify with their top picks on a personal level where the music is a soundtrack to their year; for some, their list represents a culmination of 2015’s hard work; and others select clear stand-outs amidst the transforming process of discovering … Continue reading

Album Review: Kaiser Chiefs – “Education, Education, Education & War”

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) –        Leeds-based indie rock quintet Kaiser Chiefs’ fifth album, Education, Education, Education & War, the first without drummer/songwriter Nick Hodgson, finds the band’s biggest successes well in the past and a forced transition now the focal point of their present and future. Knowing full well the scrutiny they’d be under, … Continue reading