When it came time to put together my list of favourite albums of the 2010s, I went with exactly that – my faves.
Coming this Friday the 13th is a brand new batch of songs from the synth horror wunderkind known as Werewolves in Siberia.
Every year when we do our Holiday Gift Guide we make sure to throw some prog rock into the mix. This year is no exception.
Undiscovered Country from Charles Soule and Scott Snyder arrives and is deserves all the hype.
The Selecter, one of the greatest 2-Tone ska bands, hit The Kent Stage earlier this month. Julie Finley ventured out among the Rude Boys for this article.
‘Chicanery,’ the sophomore album from Hesitation Wounds, invites listeners into the pit with distorted power chords and furious lyrics.
‘We Are Not Your Kind,’ the sixth album from Slipknot, is rich in both experimentation and beautiful frustration, even if it does fall apart at the end.
Every Yes show I see is different. And I’ve seen a lot of them. Eighteen, to be exact. And last night’s performance as part of The Royal Affair tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage was no different.
Meltdown: Live In Mexico showcases the 8-headed beast that this iteration of King Crimson has been playing as for the last few years.
BIG|BRAVE brings on waves of feedback, distortion, and claustrophobia with their beautiful and oppressive release, ‘A Gaze Among Them.’
Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes get in your face and spill their guts, which is more pleasant than it sounds, on their third album, ‘End of Suffering.’
Cherry Red’s ‘Losing Touch with My Mind’ is a sprawling three-disc set featuring some of the best (and worst) of British psychedelia from the late 80s.