The Drew Carey- approved Toronto alt-rockers deliver their second album, Coffee & Jam, today. In this irreverent interview, their singer/guitarist compares its grittiness to '70s-era Jack Nicholson.
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The Ontario garage-folk duo releases a sophomore album on Friday and heads back out on the road. Drummer Josh Fewings is still buzzing about the recent Omemee gig by one of his heroes, Neil Young, a show for which he and bandmate Benj Rowland helped build the stage.
This new noise-pop combo from Kitchener-Waterloo is quickly turning ears. In this interview, they discuss their origins, influences, and the commodification of art.
The Toronto singer/songwriter has been in demand as a bassist for some big acts and is now exploring solo projects as The Projektor, releasing a series of eclectic EPs. He discusses both facets of his musical career in this interview.
The high-energy and harmony-driven sound of country-rockers River Town Saints has brought them success at radio, and a new single is ready to roll. Learn more in this chat with their lead singer.
The Toronto trio lives up to the name of its new album, Shapeshifters, by moving in a more pop-oriented direction. A deep personal bond between members is a key reason for their longevity and success.
The BC-based rock 'n roller has just released a new album, Access To Infinity, and he's touring with Big Wreck. In this interview, he reflects on his artistic growth and looks back on campfire jams.
The Montreal indie rocker incorporates more electronic elements on her new album Lose It. It is a record that cuts deep to dig deep, she explains.
This Toronto singer/songwriter explores new musical terrain on her fourth album, ably abetted by her seasoned band, the Savants. She explains the origins of the group, her love of Joni, and more in this interview.
This Canadian indie rocker is still best remembered as a co-founder of Lowest Of The Low, but he is now forging his own path. His new album, Jimmy & The Moon, is an eloquent love letter to his Toronto hometown.
Considered the highest selling Canadian country band ever, they keep the hammer down on their current album, The Squeeze. Jason McCoy and Clayton Bellamy reflect on the project's unanticipated success in this interview.