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While the Human Serviette’s days may be spent interviewing musicians and intellectuals, his nights, as is showcased again on “Bunk,” are comprised of hard work and dedication to his craft of choice – music, that is.
Since Ko released his 2009 Let’s Blaze, the Toronto native has set the concert trail ablaze with a brand of performance that matches the passion of his debut album. “My Life” is the teaser from his sophomore album.
Surreal would be the only simple way to describe the ride for modest four-pack rockers The Sheepdogs since winning Rolling Stone’s “Choose The Cover” competition a couple years back.
In an offering that may or may not be an effort to mock the modern-day hip-hop video, Cancer Bats line up for hair cuts and tattoos while riding dirty in the latest from the Southern Ontario thrash outfit.
While best-known for a brand built of upbeat jams best played on a beach or in the woods, the latest from ska rockers Ill Scarlett “Goodbye” is a soft number with a bleak theme. A breakup of heart-wrenching proportions is evidently the inspiration for the latest from the band.
It seems along the route, perhaps somewhere between the badlands of the Canadian countryside and road sickness, DWW decided to remix Marianas Trench’s hit “Fallout.” The result is a parody one can both laugh at, and rock to.
It’s long been debated whether rock and roll and the church could ever find a fit like an OJ glove. Prince Edward Island outfit The North Lakes may have closed that case. The band recorded its latest album Grand Prix inside the daunting four walls of Long Creek Church.
With the aim of encapsulating the energy of a live USS show, the visual component to “Yo Hello Hooray (Everyday)” was shot at Toronto’s Sound Academy and Oakville’s Sheridan College.
The video for the second single off ‘Dead Silence,’ the recently released fifth studio album from campus punk rockers Billy Talent, “Surprise Surprise” is arguably the most fitting visual accompaniment the band has matched its music to in some years.
The new lick from ‘Rock And Roll Is Black And Blue’ sees Danko place the emphasis on hard in the foreground and rock in the back. “Just A Beautiful Day” is the first single to spawn from the Toronto rocker’s sixth studio album.