Lowest Of The Low

Lowest Of The Low

May 29, 2019
by Kerry Doole

The indie rock heroes release a new album, Agitpop, on Friday. It is the group's most overtly political work, as showcased by the righteous anger of this compelling cut.

Bob Ezrin. Photo: Smilezone Foundation
May 27, 2019
by Kerry Doole

A look at superstar record producer Bob Ezrin (pictured), Drake is dissed for buffoonery, and John and Yoko's bed-in remembered. Others in the headlines include Deane Cameron, Lydia Persaud, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Bookie, Ron Hawkins, Loud, Higher Brothers, Inuit pop, Aretha, Moby, Beastie Boys, Ultra Music Festival, and Rudimental.

August 20, 2018
by Kerry Doole

The Toronto indie rockers package seven vinyl records and plenty of extras in Shakespeare My Box!!, put out in tandem with Warner Music Canada. Chief songwriter Ron Hawkins explains the project and reflects upon a fascinating career in this interview.

January 24, 2018
by External Source

I'm an optimist though, so I hope that through initiatives like Music City, there will be a new focus on the importance of the small music venue as a building block for a vibrant music and cultural scene. Songwriters, bands, artists... they don't just fall out of the sky into Massey Hall, they need lots of places to grow.

Photo: David McDonald
January 24, 2018
by Jason Schneider

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.

September 8, 2017
by FYI Staff

Music pirates, Amazon Music, the CCMA Awards, Apple, Ottawa clubs, Radiohead, Spotify, NYC club kids, Corey Taylor, Lowest Of The Low, Steely Dan, Yes, Lucille Starr, Chad VanGaalen, TIFF, and Lido Pimienta in today's headlines.