Edinburgh Scotland’s Mercury Music prize-winning musical patchwork quilt of awesome, the Young Fathers, played Vancouver’s Fortune Sound on April 30. And rather quite blew us all away. Here are the photos.
Three years on from their rad debut, Toronto punk pals METZ release their latest album “II”. Here’s an interview with singer Alex Edkins on the subjects of new music, touring and dream festival lineups.
What does joy look like? It looks like a three-and-a-half-hour charity free-for-all at the Vogue Theatre on March 18, as a pregnant Amanda Palmer brought Neil Gaiman, Chris Hadfield, Amy Cuddy and other TEDTalks friends to share her stage.
The Twilight Sad played their first show in Vancouver in 5 years to a rapt crowd at the Biltmore Cabaret on March 8th. Here’s my review, live pics and a very serious photoshoot shot of a very sweet Glaswegian band.
The first time I heard Django Django was early in 2012 when I was hitchhiking on a UK radio stream.
“Default” stuttered into my consciousness with a sense of immediacy. Wow earworm! So guitar! Much jangly! Over the next two years, I became a Django acolyte: seeing them as part of …
With volcanos erupting in the distance, black sand beaches and trips to the Blue Lagoon, you could say that partying alongside Flaming Lips, War on Drugs, Caribou, Future Islands and locals Mammút, Kiasmos, Agent Fresco, Árstíðir and others made ICELAND AIRWAVES pretty epic
It’s been a fantastic summer of music. Bypassing all the festivals this year to ride on their coat-tails in smaller venues, here’s a round up including Courtney Barnett, METZ, Cloud Nothings, Wye Oak, War on Drugs, Echo & the Bunnymen, the Antlers and more. Check out the pics!