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YUNGBLUD & ROYAL & THE SERPENT BRING ‘WEIRD TIMES’ TO LOS ANGELES

Yungblud with Royal & The Serpent & Wargasm get loud and weird on the L.A. stop of Yungblud’s ‘The Weird Time of Life’ digital tour This past Sunday, Pop-punk artist Yungblud brought ‘The Weird Time of Life’ digital tour to Los Angeles. The sixteen date tour began in London on November 16. Taking place remotely […]

YOU SHOULD KNOW: PRINCESS GOES TO THE BUTTERFLY MUSEUM

Alternative Rock trio Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum featuring actor Michael C. Hall release a new single. Alternative Rock trio Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum drops new single and video. The title of the new single is ‘Eat An Eraser’ and is of the band’s forthcoming debut album, ‘Thanks For Coming’. Actor/musician Michael […]

INTERVIEW WITH… GROOVY ELECTRO ROCK BAND LOTUS

Lotus drops new album ‘Free Swim’ today! Lotus is an instrumental quintet based out of Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO. While the band self describe their music as genre less. It’s multivariate as they combine electro pop, funk rock, post punk, and EDM. They create their own signature blend of super catchy music. The bands […]

INTERVIEW WITH TORONTO INDIE POP ROCK QUARTET JANE’S PARTY

Jane’s Party is the high energy Toronto Rock Band. The foursome is Jeff Giles (keys/guitar/vocals), Tom Ionescu (guitar/vocals), Devon Richardson (bass/vocals), and Zach Sutton (drums). Jane’s Party started gigging around 2009 playing covers, progressing from there writing their own songs, and playing packed clubs around Toronto. Their debut album ‘The Garage Sessions’ arrived that same […]

YOU SHOULD KNOW: INDIE POP/ROCK BAND VALLEY

TORONTO BAND VALLEY RELEASE FIRST NEW SINGLE SINCE 2019 LP ‘MAYBE’ VALLEY is the Indie Rock four-piece band comprised of Mickey Brandolino (guitar), Alex Dimauro (bass), Karah James (vocals/drums), and Rob Laska (vocals). The Toronto based band formed in 2014. They went on to score a Juno Award nomination in 2020 for Breakthrough Group of […]

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