By: Staff – Toronto-based rock and roll trio Buff Justice are back with a new video for “Cut Me Loose.” Watch it exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Of the track the band said, “‘Cut Me Loose’ is our first single for our upcoming album Buff Justice – Unleashed and sets the tone for our departure … Continue reading
By: Staff – Emerging British Columbia-based rock band Leather Apron Revival is back with their new video for “8 Years Free”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below “8 Years Free” is the 2nd single from Leather Apron Revival’s new album Light & Shadow, which is set for release on January 28th. The band came up with the … Continue reading
By: Staff – Emerging rock-and-roll band Vela Rosa is back with their new single “Gone & Rollin”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. “Gone & Rollin’”, Vela Rosa’s first single off of their upcoming debut record, Run In Colour, perfectly captures the rock & roll attitude from days of old. The meaningful lyrics, … Continue reading
By: Staff – Toronto-based rock and roll band Mad Ones are back with their new track “Monday Morning”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The song serves as the second single off their upcoming new LP, Breakdown, and according to the band, “”Monday Morning”, is a feel good song about feeling good… and other … Continue reading
By: Staff – Victoria B.C.-based rock quartet Fever Feel is back with their brand new video for “Somewhere Down The Line”, which you can watch exclusively on Aesthetic Magazine below. “Somewhere down the line explores the philosophical theory of solipsism while entertaining both the rational and irrational aspects of ones own thought,” says the band. “The … Continue reading
Photos by: Dale Benvenuto – Long Beach, California-based hard rock band Rival Sons, who released their fifth album, Hollow Bones, on June 10th, 2016 via Earache, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night.
By: Luke Ottenhof – There’s probably no better “genre” to describe Hamilton trio The Dirty Nil than with the name of their hometown: “Hammer” Rock. It could also be thought of as bearing the same qualities as the tool of the same name. It’s brash, gruff, and could probably be used to inflict harm. Granted, the extent of harm … Continue reading