Tag: Rock-Pop

INTERVIEW WITH… MELANCHOLIC INDIE POP/ROCK UPSTART RUBY RYAN

On Ruby Ryan plaintive debut you can hear echoes of 90s college radio I sat down with New Brunswick upstart in the Indie Pop/Rock capacity Ruby Ryan. The singer-songwriter just her starkly melancholic debut EP ‘You Could Move In’. It features the heartbreaking confessional about lost love ‘Phosphenes’. We talked with Ryan about her debut […]

INTERVIEW WITH… TORONTO’S BROODING FOLK POP ARTIST ALEX SOUTHEY

Singer-songwriter Alex Southey is well-known in the Toronto songwriter music scene. Immersing himself into the scene, he was becoming a bigger part of it as well. As the artist was now regularly performing around the city, and running an open mic at Toronto’s Imperial Pub. Alex’s songwriting itself is a blend of contemplative and confessional. […]

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 […]

LOVE FAME TRAGEDY ‘Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave’ – ALBUM REVIEW

‘Murph’ Murphy’s solo project, Love Fame Tragedy is an eclectic Rock rollercoaster of emotions. The debut album ‘Wherever I go, I Want To Leave’ from Love Fame Tragedy is out now. Love Fame Tragedy is the solo project of Lead Singer/Guitarist Matthew ’Murph’ Murphy of The Wombats. The inspiration behind the moniker/solo work is the […]

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