You’ve GOT to Hear This: Death From Above 1979 – “The Physical World”

Death From Above 1979

The notion of legacy and the categorizing of iconic status has built and built upon Death From Above 1979’s rip-roaring debut of incendiary punk out-lashes that formed the seminal album, ‘You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine’ 10 years ago upon its initial release. Rising from obscurity amongst the churning and

Photos: Lollapalooza 2015, Day Two (Metallica, Sam Smith, G-Eazy, + more)


Metallica Sam Smith G-Eazy Tyler the Creator Delta Spirit The Tallest Man on Earth Moon Taxi Death From Above 1979 Charli XCX Hermitude SirenXX Black Pistol Fire Ryn Weaver Hippo Campus Janelle Kroll Raury Mick Jenkins Beat Connection For all of our Lollapalooza coverage, click here. Photos by Rick Clifford | @rcstills

The Mad World of Band Merch


Although a world in which bands made money purely from gigs and record sales is a fever dream within many industry and band-member minds, the reality is that bands often have to release a little merchandise to 1) pay the bills and 2) satiate fans' hungry demands for musically themed

Getting Cozy With: The Written Years

The Written Years

Hi, My name is Wade and I am from a band called The Written Years, based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Within the band, I write the lyrics and compositions and my friend Kane helps come up with the arrangements and how we will present them. We also had our friend

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Twin Atlantic

Glasgow foursome Twin Atlantic released their third alternative-rock album Great Divide earlier this summer. Currently on The Great Divide Tour, the band will play Toronto’s The Edge Jingle Ball on December 10th. Ahead of the show, A Music Blog, Yea? spoke with bass guitarist and pianist Ross McNae to discuss

Festival Review: Riot Fest Toronto 2014 — punking and punching

Mud, plus 42,624 people, plus some of the most mosh-able, dance-able music still listened to by well-tuned ears? Obviously the first thing that should have jumped into your head was Riot Fest. This year’s celebration of the insane, wacky world that is music was at Downsview Park, a hop, skip,

Gimme Your Answers: An Interview w/ Aukland


Mississauga, a suburb of Toronto, has had a stagnant music scene of late not producing the successful bands that it used to create such as Billy Talent, IllScarlet, and Death From Above 1979. In the past few years one band that has really stepped up to the plate was Seam,