I’m Batman, but you can call me Bob. This’d be better without the radiotards laughing, but I really like this version of the song so I’m posting
My current favourite Canadian band. Love the contrast between the two vocalists. Great videos too.
It feels like a Kate Bush day today. I usually like my music with a bit more grit, but Kate is such a great talent. Beautiful voice.
All I know about SRTA is that they’re from Edmonton, and I Shazam’d this song somewhere. I Googled them but didn’t find any interesting info. The only
This might be the happiest break up song ever. And it’s one of those songs that only takes hearing it a couple of times before it gets
I had lunch last week with my buddy Dwayne, and he turned me on to Killing Joke‘s self titled 2003 album. Dave Grohl plays drums on it,
New Foo. I love it. Dave & Co. never fail to deliver.
Jason Isbell used to be in Drive-By Truckers. This track reminds me of Old Crow Medicine Show (some of their darker stuff, anyway).
After a brief and unplanned hiatus, the Omnivore is back. Today’s post features Fozzy, which is wrestler Chris Jericho’s band. Is it groundbreaking? No. Is it unlike
Take this job and shove it.
I heard Mac interviewed on WTF a few weeks ago (Mark Lanegan was interviewed on the same episode). He’s from Edmonton, and he seems like a pretty cool guy.
Earworm of the day.