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Drive-By Truckers Announce New Album “The Unraveling”

By: Staff – Drive-By Truckers have announced the release of their much-anticipated new album, The Unraveling, which is set to drop on Jan. 31st via ATO. Stream the first single “Armageddon’s Back In Town” below. Drive-By Truckers’ 12th studio album and first new LP in more than three years – the longest gap between new DBT albums – … Continue reading

Wolf Parade Announce New Album “Thin Mind”, Share New Song “Forest Green”

By: Staff – Wolf Parade have announced their new albukm, Thin Mind, is out on January 24th, 2020 via Royal Mountain Records and Sub Pop. The ten-track album, which features the singles “Forest Green,” the previously released “Against the Day,”  and “Julia Take Your Man Home,” was produced by John Goodmanson at Risque Disque on Vancouver Island, BC, mixed … Continue reading

Best Coast Shares New Song “For The First Time” + Announces 2020 Tour Dates

By: Staff – Best Coast have returned with an incredible new song, entitled “For The First Time.” The track is the first taste of the forthcoming Best Coast album, which will be entitled Always Tomorrow, and is due for release in 2020. Watch the video for “For The First Time” below. While the band is … Continue reading

New Politics Announce New Album “An Invitation to an Alternate Reality”, Share New Single “Ozone”

By: Staff – New Politics have announce their fifth new album, An Invitation to an Alternate Reality to be released on November 1st via Big Noise. To celebrate, the band has released the first single “Ozone”, which you can watch the lyric video for below. Pre-orders are available at https://newpolitics.ffm.to/aitaar. Lead singer, David Boyd says, “We’re excited about the release of this new album.  In all our darkness … Continue reading

Stream Matthew Good’s New Single “Sicily”

By: Staff – Four-time Juno Award winner Matthew Good has released his new single “Sicily” today, which you can stream below. Good recorded the song in the famous Bathouse Studios with his longtime producer Warne Livesey and harkens back to the production sound of his 2009 award winning album Vancouver with expansive piano and acoustic … Continue reading

Incubus Announces 20th Anniversary Tour for “Make Yourself”

By: Staff – Incubus has announced that they will be hitting the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their platinum selling album Make Yourself. The Grammy-nominated band will take the 20 Years of Make Yourself & Beyond tour to 39 cities across the country, playing songs from that era as well as other songs spanning … Continue reading

X Ambassadors Announce New Album “Orion”, Release New Song “Hey Child”

By: Staff – Multi-platinum selling rock band X Ambassadors will release their new album Orion on June 14th via KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records, which will feature the brand new song “Hey Child”, which you can stream here. In the past few months X Ambassadors have not only been putting the finishing touches on Orion, but have also branched … Continue reading

Photos: The Sheepdogs @ The Borderline

Photos by: Janine Van Oostrom – Alt-Rock band The Sheepdogs, who released their sixth album, Changing Colours, on February 2nd, 2018 via Warner Music Canada, performed at the Borderline in London, UK last night (Nov. 5th).

Thrice Announce New Album ‘Palms’

By: Staff – Thrice has announced a September 14th release date for their new album Palms. The album is the first Epitaph release for Thrice, who are widely regarded as one of the most innovative rock bands of their generation. Co-produced by Thrice and Eric Palmquist and mixed by John Congleton, Palms encompasses everything from viscerally charged post-hardcore … Continue reading

Album Review: Courtney Barnett – “Tell Me How You Really Feel”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       At only 30 years of age, Courtney Barnett has already reached the prized status of an international icon. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, this singer/songwriter’s signature bold mash-up style has been a fiery catalyst for her blossoming career. In just six short years, Barnett’s racked up an impressive musical pedigree … Continue reading