Canadian band Sleep/Less have a honed an engaging pop-punk sound with a heavy edge that’ll transport you back to the good old days of the early 2000s.
Canadian band Calling All Captains offer up an infectiously aggressive pop-punk sound blended with delicious post-hardcore and screamo elements.
Canadian metal solo artist Billie Rogue aims to “break the norms of metal and look cute while doing it” with an intriguing, diverse sound that Billie describes as “anti-elitist, genre-fluid, BadBitch.”
Canadian group Every Hour Kills aims to challenge the notion of what we consider to define a “band.” Instead of your standard band format, the musical collective features various members and guest appearances that constantly reshapes the group’s intense progressive sound and futuristic approach.
In the west end of Toronto, a congealed mess of discordant sound, disparate musical influences and disturbed ramblings is lurking, waiting for its opportunity to corrupt innocent minds. This thrashing punk-laced cut of the rarest hardcore is more commonly known as The Slime.
New music podcast GigRadio Episode 13 features an interview with British metal band Defences and great new music from all around the world.
Canadian band SuckerTrap offer up an exciting heavy rock’n’roll sound laced with punky energy that will “sink its teeth into you and won’t let go.”
Canadian electronic rock duo Normal Machine are the perfect band for the crazy times we’re living in, as they refuse to prescribe to the modern, happy-go-lucky songwriting culture of popular music.
We don’t know what sheep did wrong to wreak the wrath of this new Canadian metal band but what we do know is that we love the name of The Sheep Destroyer Crew.
First inspired to pick up their guitars by listening to Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged session, Vancouver brothers Ryan and Jamie Mackay have set about honing an engaging rock sound ever since.
The pure aggression of metalcore is present in all its splendour in the intense, yet melodic, sound of Canadian six-piece No Faith In Fortune – which they have dubbed “progressive aggressive.”
Having formed my musical tastes in the early 2000s I’m a sucker for anything emotionally charged and full of edgy rocky angst. So it should come as no surprise that the sound of Canadian emo-rockers Selfish Things is right up my street.