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Prism Prize to Announce 2020 Grand Prize Winner During Livestream

By: Staff – The Prism Prize has announced that they will celebrate the Top 20 Canadian music videos of the year and reveal the 2020 Grand Prize winner during a livestream event on July 23 at 8:00 PM ET on PrismPrize.com and the @PrismPrize Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels.   Following the cancellation of the 2020 … Continue reading

PUP Share Quarantined Performance of New Song “Anaphylaxis”

By: Staff – Toronto’s PUP have returned with a new quarantined performance of a new track called “Anaphylaxis,” their first new material of 2020. After a few, uh, less successful attempts, PUP dropped the video of the new single, which they filmed straight from their respective homes (and tour van!) Says lead singer Stefan Babcock … Continue reading

Watch PUP’s New Video for “Anaphylaxis”

By: Staff – Toronto’s PUP released the massive Morbid Stuff last year to critical acclaim, earning countless year-end nods, their late-night debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers, and a largely sold-out world tour that had them on the road for a solid 9 months. Now the band returns with “Anaphylaxis,” their first new material … Continue reading

Photos: PUP, Casper Skulls @ Asbury Hall at Babeville

Photos by: Lauren Garbutt – Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their newest album, Morbid Stuff, on April 5th, 2019 via Little Dipper, which was produced, recorded and mixed by Dave Schiffman (Weezer, Cass McCombs, The Mars Volta), performed at Asbury Hall at Babeville in Buffalo, New York on Feb. 21st with Toronto-based indie rock … Continue reading

Watch PUP’s New Video for “Morbid Stuff” Filmed on Handheld Cameras by 19 Fans

By: Staff – Following the end of the band’s recent world tour, a run that had them on the road for nine months, PUP has shared the video for “Morbid Stuff”, recorded live and shot on cheap handheld cameras handed out to 19 fans the band personally connected with in advance of their recent London … Continue reading

PUP Haunts Your TV Screens With New Video for “See You At Your Funeral”

By: Staff – Today, PUP invite you to join them as they catch up on the latest episode of Growing Up Ghouls in the new video for “See You At Your Funeral” from director Joe Stakun, just in time for Halloween. Watch it below. With the Falls Apart Tour having shredded through North America already, … Continue reading

Photos + Recap: Polaris Music Prize Gala 2019 – Haviah Mighty, PUP, Shad, Snotty Nose Rez Kids

Photos by: Brendan Albert – Haviah Mighty has won the 2019 Polaris Music Prize for the album 13th Floor. “For me, the 13th floor is something that we remove from our reality because it is something that we don’t understand and therefore we dismiss it,”said Haviah Mighty. “This is very parallel to so many of the … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 Tickets to See PUP in Toronto!

Date: July 21st Location: Echo Beach, Toronto Tickets: Buy tickets here. You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: Win 2 Tickets to See PUP in #Toronto on July 21! | Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT to win | #PUP #Punk #PunkRock | https://t.co/7r6VA8pLQRContinue reading

Photos: PUP, Diet Cig @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Katrina Lat –  Toronto-based punk band PUP, who released their newest album, Morbid Stuff, on April 5th, 2019 via Little Dipper, on April 5, 2019, which was produced, recorded and mixed by Dave Schiffman (Weezer, Cass McCombs, The Mars Volta), performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (June 7th) with New York-based pop-punk … Continue reading

Album Review: Pup – “Morbid Stuff”

By: Kirstin Bews –       Toronto’s punk powerhouse, PUP, are releasing their new album, Morbid Stuff, on April 5th via their new label Little Dippe. Dave Schiffman (Weezer, Cass McCombs, The Mars Volta) produced, recorded and mixed Morbid Stuff, which pushes their classic style with all-here vocals, strong guitar work and dark lyrical narratives. … Continue reading