Julien Baker On the heels of her triumphant Matador Records debut Turn Out the Lights and the critically acclaimed EP as one-third of boygenius (not to mention recent team-ups with Matt Berninger, The National, and Jack Antonoff), Julien Baker has been on a creative hot streak as of late. Baker is an astoundingly powerful voice in modern music, and it’s that voice that … Continue reading Julien Baker Talks Sled Island 2019, Boygenius, & Growing Up in Memphis
A conversation with Max Kerman of the Arkells The relationship with one’s hometown is something special. Whether you love where you’re from, hate it, or simply feel a connection to it because it’s where you’re from - it is where you’re from and it is a place that you will always have a unique bond … Continue reading We’ve got gas in the tank to go all night long
The millennial generation has seen tragedy in many ways, but the opioid crisis has become the biggest catalyst in inducing tragic events that it has seen so far. Through their nearly two-decade-long career, Good Charlotte has focused on depression, suicide, mental health, and many more heavy topics in their music. Their latest album, however...
Photo: James Rexroad Melding together the sounds of hard rock, punk, blues-infused metal, doom, and more, Red Fang knows no bounds when it comes to putting out hard-hitting music. The band will be playing Heavy Montreal this year on July 28th, in the midst of their Only Ghosts spring/summer tour. They’ll be sharing the stage with heavy … Continue reading Red Fang Talks “Only Ghosts”, Portland Music Scene, and Tour Fitness
David 'The King Of Sludge' Parks of Too Many Zooz @ 27 Club, Ottawa, ON Beginning their careers in the depths of the New York subway terminals, the guys from Too Many Zooz have come a long way. The group skyrocketed to fame after a live video of them went viral, leading to a gig … Continue reading INTRODUCING BRASSHOUSE – A CONVERSATION WITH TOO MANY ZOOZ
The Disaster Artist composer Dave Porter With The Disaster Artist, James Franco transforms the tragicomic true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau — an artist whose passion was as sincere as his methods were questionable — into a celebration of friendship, artistic expression, and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds. Based on Greg Sestero’s best-selling … Continue reading INTERVIEW: DAVE PORTER TALKS “THE DISASTER ARTIST,” WORKING WITH JAMES FRANCO, & DEALING WITH CREATIVE BLOCK
After a four-year hiatus, Thrice has started making waves again with their latest album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. For a band that has always sworn to be loyal to each other, they’re still humble enough to be amazed that their fans have stayed as loyal as they have. In support of their … Continue reading INTERVIEW: WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS FOR THRICE – A CONVERSATION WITH RILEY BRECKENRIDGE