Interviews

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The Flatliners

Sara Mai Chitty posted

It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since The Flatliners have put out “The Great Awake,” the sophomore album…

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TV Smith At The Dulcimer

Phinky posted

In the recent trend for interviewing people in unexpected places I find myself interviewing TV Smith on the fire escape…

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Worst Days Down

Bobby Gorman posted

Worst Days Down are no stranger to the road.  The band, which features current and former members of The Old Sins,…

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Al Nolan (Hard Core Logo)

Sara Mai Chitty posted

En route to a Taco Bell minutes from a rehearsal space in Toronto, Al Nolan describes the hecticness and chaos…

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Nothington

Tom Liveyns posted

Nothington just released their first album in 5 years. That's right - five years.  That's a mighty long time to…

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MUTE

Tom Liveyns posted

With Remember Death, MUTE released one of the most anticipated skate punk records of the year. Lead single Fill The…

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Useless ID

Sara Mai Chitty posted

After over twenty years together, Useless ID are no stranger to the road. Hailing all the way from Haifa, Israel, the band…

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Normandie

Mark Johnson posted

Since making the change from metalcore to alternative-rock in 2015, Swedish four-piece Normandie have been enjoying a wealth of new experiences.…

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Trophy Lungs

Tom Liveyns posted

Trophy Lungs, a Boston based pop punk act, released one of the most exciting debut albums of 2015. The band…

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Public Animal

Shelby Monita posted

Toronto rockers, Public Animal are releasing their sophomore album, Palace Arms on October 28th. We caught up with guitarist/vocalist Ian…

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The Proletariat

Phinky posted

  After more than three decades in the wilderness, the legendary Boston punk band The Proletariat have finally reunited. Original members Richard Brown, Peter…

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Apologies, I Have None

Tom Liveyns posted

London's Apologies I Have None have just released their highly anticipated and already acclaimed sophomore record Pharmacie. Josh Mckenzie, songwriter…

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SikTh

Mark Johnson posted

SikTh released their iconic debut album The Trees are Dead and Dried Out, Wait for Something Wild in 2003 to an audience…

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Antillectual

Tom Liveyns posted

Antillectual are one of the torchbearer bands for political punk in Europe. Their most recent effort Engage! is only a couple of…

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Interview: Rusty

Shelby Monita posted

Toronto's famed Bovine Sex Club is celebrating it's 25th anniversary this year and all year long they're doing the Bovine's 25th Anniversary Series.…

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Louise Distras

Phinky posted

  It is little surprise that Louise Distras is already garnering comparisons to charged songstresses Brody Dalle and Courtney Love, but…

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Kamikaze Girls

Tom Liveyns posted

Kamikaze Girls is a UK based two piece who play a unique blend of punk with ingredients from all kinds…

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Medictation

Shelby Monita posted

Super group Medictation are going on their first ever tour this summer across Ontario and Quebec. We caught up with…

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Mean Jeans

Ashley N. Milholland posted

 The Mean Jeans are no strangers to partying. In fact, the Portland three piece never stop and now with Tight New…

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Wasted Potential

Shelby Monita posted

London, Ontario’s Wasted Potential are playing Montreal’s 6th annual Pouzza Fest later this month. I talked to lead singer Danny…

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Belvedere

Dustin Blumhagen posted

Belvedere were one of the biggest Canadian bands to come out of the 90's skate punk scene. They toured extensively,…

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The Copyrights

Tom Liveyns posted

After almost 15 years of being on the road, we probably should start calling the Copyrights pop punk veterans. Without…

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Medictation

Dustin Blumhagen posted

 Several years in the making, Medictation are a unique Trans-Atlantic project born from the ashes of Montreal's The Sainte Catherines and Sunderland's Leatherface.…

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Reel Big Fish

Tom Liveyns posted

Reel Big Fish is one of those bands that appeal to large audiences, both within and outside of the punk…

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