Exclusive Video Premiere: Hawksley Workman – “Make Up Your Mind Tonight”

Hawksley Workman

"Hawksley Workman is not afraid to be strange." This quote, taken from the artist's "About" page, is a true statement and we love him for it. Embracing the weird and strange, we're delighted to premiere his new video for Make Up Your Mind Tonight, taken from his forthcoming theatrical glam-pop

Gimme Your Answers: A Video Interview w/ Hawksley Workman

Hawksley Workman

Last week, A Music Blog, Yea? headed down to Buddies in Bad Times Theatre to catch an exclusive sneak performance of Hawksley Workman's forthcoming record release Old Cheetah. Ahead of the show, we caught up with this talented singer, songwriter, and friend to discuss his fifteenth record, eighties music, love

Concert Review: Mounties and Gay Nineties @ Lee’s Palace – Toronto

These ass-kicking rockers dropped into Toronto on Saturday to play a packed show at Lee’s Palace. Having seen Mounties play numerous times over the last few months, I was super stoked for this intimate show. We arrived early to the venue and sat down with the night’s openers, Gay Nineties,

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Jeen


I tend to fall in love with many songs, but it takes a lot for an entire album to grasp me. However, Jeen's latest solo record Tourist did just that. This Canadian singer-songwriter creates infectious indie rock-pop gems with Western nuances and the inspiration "not to suck". She has also

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ The Mohrs

The Mohrs

Toronto rock band The Mohrs are currently getting ready to release their debut record. To learn more about the band and upcoming debut, we spoke with the "sexy" group (Jackie Mohr, Marc Girardin, Greg Markham, and Max Trefler) about their first ever tour, new single Perfectly Sane, the "fun" album,

You’ve GOT to Hear This: Mounties – “Merry Christmas Maybe”

Mounties - Sleighed

Shh, don't tell Santa, but I'm a bit of a Grinch when it comes to Christmas tunes. That is, until I heard “Merry Christmas Maybe” by Mounties which is one of the many songs on the compilation “Sleighed” put out by Light Organ Records. If you are not familiar with

Gimme Your Answers: A Video Interview w/ Mounties


It's no wonder Canadian trio Mounties have been referred to as a "super group". Releasing their debut album Thrash Rock Legacy on March 4th, the band have created an eclectic and fun debut by combining nuances of electro-pop, new-wave, and rock and roll. Before hitting the stage at Toronto's Lee's Palace,