Lithium Magazine reviews Anthony Green's BEAUTIFUL... →
Anthony Green definitely turned a page in his music career when he created his second full-length album, Beautiful Things. The work is a step up from Green’s first album Avalon, showcasing a more complex collection of lyrics and music. Common elements like the energetic vocals and a faint electronic influence unify the work as a whole, and every song offers soulful observations about...
Maclean's reviews Björk's BIOPHILIA project →
…Her latest disc, Biophilia, to be released Oct. 11, maintains Björk’s status as the weirdest—and craftiest—kid at the school of pop. “I feel technology has finally caught up with humans,” explains the 45-year-old via phone from New York. “That’s why I got this guy in Iceland who makes instruments to make me a small pipe organ that I could connect directly into an iPad touch screen. He...
Music Vice reviews Mastodon's THE HUNTER →
Pitchfork reviews Mastodon's new album THE HUNTER →
Lithium Magazine interviews Brann Dailor of... →
The Calgary Herald sits down with The Joy... →
When you’re trying to conquer a new territory, it helps to have a few big-name emissaries ram down the door for you. Such was the case for The Joy Formidable. The Welsh rock trio, led by singer and guitarist Ritzy Bryan, scored some high-profile props shortly after landing on North American shores. “I would personally like to thank The Joy Formidable for writing the song of the year, Whirring,”...
Portugal. The Man reviewed by BLARE Magazine's... →
For Alaskan psychedelic rock group Portugal. The Man, channeling an expressive combustion of straight-up trippy recordings isn’t a primary objective. Given they’ve released more material in the past four years (six albums) than multi-layer lovers The Flaming Lips and MGMT (two each), guitarist John Gourley, bassist Zachary Carothers, keyboardist Ryan Neighbors and drummer Jason Sechrist have...
Portugal. The Man review by Lithium Magazine's... →
DEFTONES ANNOUNCE SPRING TOUR
This spring, DEFTONES will embark on their first official headlining tour since the release of their sixth studio album, DIAMOND EYES, last May. The tour will begin on April 14th in Seattle, WA, and will finish up on June 13th in San Francisco, CA. The Dillinger Escape Plan will support on all dates. The tour follows on the heels of a very successful 2010, which included numerous highlights:...
Warner Music Canada's 2011 Juno Nominees
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 WARNER MUSIC CANADA ARTISTS CLAIM 18 NOMINATIONS AT THE 2011 JUNO AWARDS For immediate release At a press conference held today in Toronto, Warner Music Canada and its affiliated labels earned a total of 18 nominations for the 2011 JUNO Awards. The JUNO Awards will be handed out on Sunday, March 27, 2011 on a nationally televised show to be broadcast on CTV from the Air...
New k.d.lang album out April 12, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2011 NONESUCH RECORDS TO RELEASE k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang’s SING IT LOUD ON APRIL 12 Album Marks Debut of Siss Boom Bang, lang’s First New Band in More Than Two Decades lang’s Rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” Recorded Live at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics, is Nominated For a Juno Award Nonesuch Records will release...
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