By: Staff – Edmonton-based rapper K-Riz is back with two new tracks, “A Place Where Love Is” feat. Yolanda Sargeant and “What a Shame,” which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. With elements of ‘90s-inspired R&B, jazz-infused samples, and compassionate, self-aware rhymes, the tracks showcase the duality of an artist whose music is sonically golden-era while spiritually … Continue reading
By: Staff – Edmonton indie-rock band Nature Of are back with their new album “The Mean”, which is set for release on February 21st. Want a sneak peak? Stream the album exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Nature Of teamed up with producer Marcus Paquin (The National, Arcade Fire) to record their fourth album The Mean. Paquin’s production shines … Continue reading
Photos by: Mathew Jaffray – Canadian hard rock band Theory of a Deadman, who released their newest album, Say Nothing, on January 31st, 2020 via 604/Atlantic/Roadrunner, performed at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton last night (Feb. 7th).
By: Staff – Edmonton-based indie artist King of Foxes (aka Olivia Street) is back with her new album, Salt & Honey, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Salt & Honey is a bit of a departure from the sound of my last record,” says Street. “Golden Armour (my first full-length) was banged … Continue reading
By: Curtis Sindrey – Edmonton-based indie pop/rock/electronic artist Letters From Pluto will release her brand new single “Stop and Stare” on April 19th, but you can listen to it a day in advance exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below! In addition, check out our Q&A below about Space X, her favourite space movie, the meaning of “Stop and … Continue reading
By: Curtis Sindrey – Rising folk-rock artist VISSIA’s debut single “I Wanted”, the first taste from her forthcoming LP, Place Holder, out later this fall, is a song that hits a universal nerve of doubt and anxiety. “I Never wanted to be blue / But what else can I do / But sit here waiting for … Continue reading
Photos by: Dana Zuk – UK synthpop band Duran Duran, who released their fourteenth album, Paper Gods, on September 11th, 2015 via Warner Bros., which featured the single “Pressure Off”, and “Last Night in the City”, performed at Rogers Place in Edmonton last night.
Photos by: Dana Zuk – Grammy Award-winning, and Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inductees Red Hot Chili Peppers, who released their eleventh album, The Getaway, on June 17th, 2016 via Warner Bros., performed at Rogers Place in Edmonton last night.
Photos by: Tracey Sawatzky – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-based indie rock band Close Talker, who released their second full-length album, Flux, on November 4th, 2014 via Nevado Records, which was recorded at Montreal’s Breakglass Studios with Besnard Lakes frontman Jace Lasek, performed at the Mercury Room in Edmonton last night with Edmonton-based indie rock Nature Of, who released … Continue reading