On July 19, Velours released her very own take on the song that serves as a soundtrack while everyone’s favourite eggo-eating heroine saves Hawkins, again.
The Beaches are continuing to build their already strong resume of summertime hits with their latest single ‘Grow Up Tomorrow,’ which was released this past Wednesday on July 20th.
Meet FKB, the band that fell to earth-, and landed themselves on the Canadian Music Week stage.
Throughout the pandemic, navigating the music industry has been the equivalent of walking through a minefield. While numerous Canadian artists were able to use this dormant time to get creatively inspired, some chose to bide their time. Earlier this spring, Heart Attack Kids (HAK) stepped out from the shadows to release their…
Grab your eyeliner and an all-black getup, because Chastity’s Brandon Williams is about to take you to church.
What has arguably been one of the most anticipated reunions in Canadian music history, Alexisonfire are continuing to build toward their upcoming comeback album Otherness with the release of their latest single “Reverse the Curse.”
Prepare for a small music history lesson. Don’t worry, I assure you that it’s pretty fascinating.
For the record, Toronto four-piece Bad Waitress is nothing short of a textbook punk band, and most definitely not a girl band.
The B-Side’s Q&A interview with experimental jazz band, The Mcbrown Group.
This one man show is working tirelessly to keep Toronto’s music scene alive.