An epic telling and photo gallery of Amanada Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra, along with Die Roten Punkte, Mali Sastri and Honi Soit.
On the subject of why I am too close to write more about Sebadoh’s Defend Yourself, and the band’s Jason Loewenstein reveals the Top 11 things he learned while recording.
Award-winning author Neil Gaiman takes a brief thimbleful of time to stop and look down our lens, and chat about the music that changed his life, in this EXCLUSIVE TO BSR.
Day 3 at Osheaga Festival in Montreal included New Order, Hot Chip, Father John Misty, Holy Ghost!, Jessie Ware and, umm, Icona Pop.
Day 2 of Osheaga brought with in a mix of sun and drizzle, plus Beck, Bob Mould, Tricky, Breeders, Stars, Groenland, Humans and a side cast of…err…others.
Day 1 of Montreal’s enormous Osheaga festival with Majical Cloudz, Guards, The Head & the Heart, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, Alt-J, Daughter and The Cure. Here’s pics.
KISS spent a few days in BC recently and I was there to witness the 8-foot-tall glory that is four old guys in ridiculous makeup and outfits, doing good and rockin’ out.
A later start but how can you complain when it’s a night of Nick Cave, My Bloody Valentine, Hot Chip, the Wu-Tang Clan, Thee Oh Sees and Dexys. You can’t complain. Unless that you’re tired. Because you were.
Primavera Day 2 in which the wind blows over Django Django, Kurt Vile, Blur, Breeders, Swans, Jesus & Mary Chain and The Knife. In other words, just another day at the beach.