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The Strumbellas Announce New Album “Rattlesnake”

By: Staff – The Strumbellas have announced their fourth album, Rattlesnake, out March 29th via Glassnote Records. Last week the band released the video for ‘Salvation’, the first single to be taken from the album. Rattlesnake marks a stylistic turn from their melancholy, introspective releases, to an uplifting album with songs that focus more on optimism. … Continue reading

Stream The Strumbellas’ New Single “Salvation”

By: Staff – Today, The Strumbellas return with their new single, “Salvation”. Produced by Tim Pagnotta (Elle King, Walk the Moon), co-produced by Brian Phillips, and mixed by Neal Avron, marks a stylistic turn from their melancholy, introspective releases. Over a punching backbeat, Ward sings optimistically of life and the good that it can bring. “Our whole … Continue reading

Photos: Thirty Seconds To Mars, Walk The Moon, Misterwives @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Janine Van Oostrom – Electronic/alt-rock/art pop band Thirty Seconds To Mars, who released their fifth album, America, on April 6th, 2018 via Interscope, which featured the singles “Walk on Water”, and “Dangerous Night”, performed at Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night (June 6th) with indie rock band Walk The Moon, who released their third album, What … Continue reading

Thirty Seconds To Mars reveal new album details, 2018 tour dates

By: Staff – Today, Thirty Seconds To Mars announced their headline North American tour, “The Monolith Tour”, which kicks off June 6th in Toronto. Walk The Moon, K.Flay, MisterWives, Joywave, and Welshly Arms will join as support on select dates. In addition, the band announced their highly-anticipated fifth studio album will be available April 6th, 2018 via … Continue reading

Photos: Walk The Moon, Company of Thieves @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Indie Rock band Walk The Moon, who released their third album, What If Nothing, on November 10th, 2017 via RCA, which featured the singles “One Foot”, “Headphones”, “Surrender”, and “Kamikaze”, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Jan. 16th) with reunited Chicago-based indie rock band Company of Thieves, who released their first … Continue reading

Photos: Wayhome Festival 2015 – Sam Smith, Vance Joy, St. Vincent, Walk The Moon

Photos by: Rick Clifford & Justin Roth – The third and final day of the inaugural Wayhome Music Festival featured performances by UK pop/soul/R&B singer-songwriter Sam Smith, who released his debut album, In The Lonely Hour, on May 26th, 2014, Australian indie pop singer-songwriter Vance Joy, who released his debut album, Dream Your Life Away, on September 5th, 2014 via … Continue reading

Photos: Walk The Moon, The Griswolds @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Dawn Hamilton – Ohio-based indie rock band Walk The Moon, who released their second album, Talking Is Hard, on December 2nd, 2014 via RCA, which was produced by Sugarcult frontman Tim Pagnotta, performed at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with Australian indie rock band The Griswolds, who released their debut album, … Continue reading

Album Review: Walk The Moon – “Talking Is Hard”

By: Laura Beaulne-Stuebing –     It’s a shame Walk the Moon released their second full-length album in December. With Talking is Hard, the Cincinnati quartet is clearly reaching for summer sing-alongs and the success they had with “Anna Sun”, a catchy summer ditty from the band’s self-titled album released in 2012. A December release puts them in the season … Continue reading

Photos: Panic at the Disco, Walk The Moon @ Echo Beach

Photos by: Amanda-Susan Carson (@xoAmandaCarson) – Las Vegas-based pop-punk trio Panic! At The Disco, who released their fourth album, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!, on October 8th, 2013 via Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen, which includes the lead single “Miss Jackson”, and “This Is Gospel”, performed at Echo Beach in Toronto last night with Ohio-based indie rock band … Continue reading

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