Sonic Bloom: Fatality – These Thrash Party Monsters have a ‘Monstrous’ single to share

Toronto indie thrash party monsters FATALITY and their newly released album ‘PYSCHONAUT‘ that was unleashed on June 28th to follow up last year’s free EP Thrash Fuck Eat Sleep and 2009’s debut ‘Beers From The Grave’. PYSCHONAUT reached #1  on Canadian College Loud Chhrts the week of Aug 6.  Take a listen to “Monstrous’ the second single. The band is currently on a 2 month […]

Music Video Director Doug Cook’s Latest Video ‘Orient B. / To A Place You Don’t Come Back’ For Canadian Post-Rockers Jung People

Orient B. / To A Place You Don’t Come Back from Doug Cook on Vimeo.   Calgary music video director, Doug Cook released his latest video ‘Orient B. / To A Place You Don’t Come Back‘ for Canadian post-rock group, Jung People for their upcoming album ‘Gold Bristle’. Descending from love to dissonance, this unorthodox music […]

Book Review: Holy Rockers & Rollers – The Story of Kings of Leon by Joel McIver

Author: Joel McIver Publisher: Omnibus Press 211 Pages Review by: Alecia Stanton In 2008, the Kings of Leon appeared on the scene in America, seemingly, from thin air with their single from ONLY BY THE NIGHT, “Sex on Fire”.  HOLY ROCKERS & ROLLERS: THE STORY OF KING OF LEON by Joel McIver takes us on […]

CD Review: ‘Define Believe’ by Zeph Allen

Review by: Corbyn Bricie So we have a thing about resetting musical compasses right now. We’ve been blessed to come across some very strong indie albums this year and Zeph Allen’s DEFINE BELIEVE is another breath of fresh air. What wins for Allen is his simple lyrics. Nestled in their simplicity is wake up sign […]

CD Review: ‘Unwed Mothers’ by Unwed Mothers

Review by: Corbyn Bricie Hot diggity-doggon-damn. Unwed Mothers’ self-titled CD UNWED MOTHERS is rock/blues/soul that we can wholeheartedly get behind. Usually, our reviewer opinions don’t necessarily represent the moods and feelings of the entire staff. I’m not always excited enough by what I hear to share it with everyone. But this album is something entirely […]

Music Interview: SuperBand Mint Condition speak on their TV One Unsung appearance and fan reactions

By: Melody Charles “They’re what?” “Are those Negroes serious?” “Aw. HAYELL. Naw.” If that was your initial reaction to the news that St. Paul, MN’s Mint Condition was going to be featured on the hit TV One series, Unsung, then you weren’t alone. But that doesn’t mean that the band doesn’t feel some kind of […]