By: Staff – On the heels of the 50th Anniversary of Pink Floyd’s iconic album, “The Dark Side of the Moon,” Toronto music fans and culture buffs alike will get a backstage pass to the story of Pink Floyd through an audio-visual sensorial journey unlike any other. Since its hugely successful global debut in 2017 … Continue reading
Photos by: Julian Avram – Review by: Curtis Sindrey – “If you’re one of those ‘I love Pink Floyd, but I can’t stand Roger Waters’ politics’ people, you might do well to fuck off to the bar right now,” said a graphic on the gigantic video screens that filled the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (July … Continue reading
Photos by: Michael Hurcomb – UK artist Nick Mason, who is best known as the drummer of acclaimed psychedelic rock band Pink Floyd, performed at Sony Centre in Toronto last night (April 16th).
By: Staff – Lucius have shared a second track from their forthcoming acoustic album, Nudes. The Tame Impala cover “Eventually” can be streamed below. The band take what is already a heart-wrenching end-of-the-affair lament, and twirl it around their inimitable vocal chords to create a tender, transcendent ballad. Nudes will be released on March 2nd on Mom + Pop Music. The Nudes deluxe vinyl … Continue reading
By: Staff – The rock canon has many anti-heroes, Black Mountain being the latest. In the past, Can’s Tago Mago established that the only rule in rock and roll is that there are no rules. Pink Floyd’s prodigious output in the 70s showed us that architecture can be cool, while delinquent proto-metalers Black Sabbath demonstrated that you can make … Continue reading
Photos by: Rick Clifford – Pink Floyd tribute band Brit Floyd, who describe their performance as the “The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show”, performed at Sony Centre in Toronto last night, playing tracks spanning Pink Floyd’s entire career, from the Syd Barrett-led ’60s psychedelic pop of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, to the nineties’ The Division Bell, … Continue reading
By: Anan Rahman – What sets apart Imogen Heap’s latest album Sparks beyond an ostensible collection of lush, post-modern pop songs is Heap’s truly panoramic breadth of vision. The album was painstakingly assembled over four years, featuring snippets of crowd-sourced audio bites, Bhutanese dranyens (when was the last time you heard that in a pop song?), and Heap’s … Continue reading