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 guarantee you’ll instantly be hooked on the super-catchy, hard-hitting rock sound of Canadian quartet Secondhand Habit.
We love a good one-man-band and Canadian-born Chris Biardi’s brand new project ENDS. gives us a great reason to get excited about this particular one.
Canadian rockers Sights & Sounds came into being when frontman Andrew Neufeld switched up playing guitar for Comeback Kid to focus his attention on singing.
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.
Loud, fuzzy and dirty, the sound of Montreal quartet Colonel Sun evokes memories of 90s rock.
Toronto band Madame Psychosis have honed a fun alt-rock sound that’s about as fun as their wacky band name suggests.
Canadian singer/songwriter Molly Grue has made an impressive beginning to her ‘introspective melancholic rock’ career.
Not content with crafting an engaging punk meets rock sound that they describe as “passionate, explosive and empowering,” Canada’s Excuses Excuses are also on a mission to make the modern society we … Continue reading Introducing: Excuses Excuses
Last night we were treated to two great bands of contrasting rock styles as Courage My Love and Chapter And Verse took to Borderline in central London. This was my … Continue reading Gig Review: Courage My Love & Chapter And Verse at Borderline
Vancouver rockers CRNKSHFT fuse big rock riffs, engaging classic rock vocals and blistering guitar solos in their explosive heavy rock meets grunge sound – which they have branded H.F.R (work … Continue reading Introducing: CRNSKHFT
If you like punky, female-fronted rock with an attitude then Canada’s Sumo Cyco will be right up your street. But if you’re thinking that this is your regular female-fronted rock … Continue reading Sweet to Cyco: We meet Sumo Cyco’s Sever