Calgary born rapper Eazy Mac started releasing music as a solo artist in 2012 with “Music For The Hearing Impaired”; this started creating a buzz in the local Hip Hop scene. After a brief break he returned (2016) with one of his best Albums (“Music For The Visually Impaired”) coupled with a short film which showcased a music video for every song on the album. This project had amazing success, and may be the best received album in the history of Calgary’s hip hop scene. From there Eazy Mac dropped his biggest song to… more
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Pop Evil has announced a fresh batch of headline tour dates in Canada today in continued support of their latest self-titled release. Dates will kick off on November 17, 2018, in Toronto at Lee's Place hitting both coasts before wrapping up in Saskatoon at the Coors Event Centre on December 3, 2018. New label-mates Royal Tusk will support. "We are very excited to finally be back North of the border in my home country of Canada," says frontman Leigh Kakaty. Pop Evil is eager to perform for their fans in Canada. The only… more
The Chris Robinson Brotherhoodare on tour in support of their latest studio album 'Barefoot In The Head.’ In the middle of one of their most prolific periods to date, the band is riding a creative wave with a slew of studio and live records coming out amidst a rigorous tour schedule that only seems to fuel their fire even further. Their stellar new album, 'Barefoot In The Head,' marks the CRB's third studio release in just two years, and it finds them pushing boundaries and breaking new ground with more joy and wonder… more
Having graced the covers of NME, DORK, Music Week and DIY in the U.K. and had NPR’s All Songs Considered , Stereogum, The Fader, Ladygunn , DuJour and V-Magazine all add their support here in The States, Pale Waves is rapidly moving forward as one of most noteworthy bands of 2018, with Nylon adding that “they'll likely be selling out venues much larger than Bowery Ballroom, and it's all thanks to their creative output and cheeky honesty.” Saturday, December 1st 2018 at 7:00pm Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver For tickets… more
Do Hollywood , The Lemon Twigs’ 2016 debut LP, was an invigorating, much-needed blast of fresh air that whipped across the arid landscape of contemporary rock. If that stunningly accomplished recording, which flew in the face of current musical trends, wasn’t surprising enough on the face of it, the fact that Do Hollywood was the handiwork of two teenagers—brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario—rendered the achievement utterly mind-boggling. Now, with the follow-up full-length, Go to School (4AD, Aug. 24), the siblings… more