If you like Kate Bush, Silversun Pickups, or Placebo, you might like this. New album Visions Of A Life is due for release on September 29.
I wasn’t trying to make this a week of Canadian music, but here it is. The Barr Brothers (Andrew and Brad Barr, along with the amazing Sarah
There aren’t many musicians with the kind of credibility that Steve Earle has earned over the course of his four decade career. He’s one of those artists
The Glorious Sons hail from Kingston, Ontario, which is also the home of Canadian legends The Tragically Hip. Everything Is Alright is the latest single to be
This is the lead off single from England’s Nothing But Thieves second album, Broken Machine. To my ears, it has some elements in common with P!NK, whom
We’re back after a little bit of summer vacation. This weekend I attended When Words Collide and took in a session by Del Suelo about combining music
This is interesting. Ronnie James Dio singing doo-wop in 1961. Not much to indicate the guy would later become one of the greatest metal/hard rock singers of
I guess you’d call them hard rock in the broadest of terms (the singer is clearly heavily influenced by Robert Plant), but on this track they sound
Mr. Brass texted me last night to inform me that he just found out GNR’s Appetite for Destruction turned 30 years old last Friday. That’s a little
RIP Kenny Shields. Streetheart are Canadian legends who never got the international recognition I think they deserved. Kenny is one of the best frontmen I’ve ever seen,
If you have to alter your state and listen to this on headphones, then I urge you to do so.
This is my favourite Dead song. Normally I post studio versions of songs, but in the case of The Dead, a live version seems more appropriate. Enjoy