1922 - Mike Patton

Mike Patton – 1922

August 15, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

10/10 Film scores are wicked pieces of music. Created to accompany and enhance the visual experience of a movie, they find their space in the background and fill it subtly and tastefully with instrumental, abstract, […]

Ignisapce - Rise Beyond

Ignispace – Rise Beyond

August 14, 2018 Johnathan Robinson 1

6/10 I can never keep a smile off  my face when I hear the familiar high vocals, epic lyrics, and swift guitars of power metal. That being said, it often falls short of reaching its […]

Nervcast - Lock and Loaded

Nervcast – Locked and Loaded

August 13, 2018 Justin Bruce 1

4/10 Do you like Metallica? Like, really, really like Metallica? Because these fellas sure seem to. Nervcast is a Toronto, ON thrash metal band, here with their 2017 debut EP Locked and Loaded. The band […]

Aexylium - Tales From This Land

Aexylium – Tales From This Land

August 9, 2018 Peter Lountzis 0

9/10 Aexylium is a folk–metal band that sprang from Varese, Italy in 2014. They play in the bardic-Celtic, tradition of folk music to be precise. The group consists of eight members who produce an authentic, […]


Pussy Stench – Honey Sucker

August 8, 2018 Justin Bruce 0

7/10 Pussy Stench are a Montreal, QC punk band with their latest release Honey Sucker. If you’re riding the new wave of grunge, this release should have enough muddy guitar riffs and angsty lyrics to […]

Mad Caddies - Punk Rocksteady

Mad Caddies – Punk Rocksteady

August 7, 2018 Jordan Hodgins 0

8/10 Since their formation in California back in 1995, the Mad Caddies have been blending their influences from reggae, dub, ska, dancehall, two-tone, and punk (among others.) Now, over 20 years later, they have released […]


Sairen – Neige Nuit

August 6, 2018 Mathieu Perrier 0

10/10 Sairen is my new favourite musical discovery. His music impressed me before I even started to listen to it. Any Frenchman described as “a music composer who draws influence from classical compositions and blurs […]


Innes Wilson – Northumberland Slums

August 2, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

5.5/10  The most immediately obvious thing about Innes Wilson’s latest release Northumberland Slums is that the production is wildly different from song to song. I don’t mean that there’s autotune on the voice on one […]