Six albums and over a decade into his career, Winnipeg guitarist/singer/song-writer/ activist/Disintegration Records boss Greg MacPherson is refusing to let up.
Winnipeg’s indie- pop duo keep things simple and stunning.
Susanne Tabata’s documentary, Bloodied But Unbowed: The Life and Death of Vancouver’s First Punk Scene 1977-1982, has been released in a three-DVD set teeming with extras.
Canadian documentarian Susanne Tabata (49 Degrees, Skater Girl), plunges into the sleazy underbelly of Vancouver’s seventies punk scene to make a deeply human film about an entire scene and it’s often larger-then-life denizens.
Victoria jazz-punks NoMeansNo prove, once again, that time has not sapped their energy but only strengthened their resolve.
Winnipeg’s most intense Singer/song-writer Greg Macpherson tries to goes QU
In which we are aurally attacked by NYC’s not-so-young punk upstarts Caterwaul of Sound and conclude: “That’s Not Sick, That’s Funny”.
Punk rock legend Joey Keithley, long-time leader of Vancouver hardcore standard-bearers D.O.A., talks writing, riffing, touring and a whole lot of hammering!
Jello’s back in action, expect blood, oil and donuts.
“Jesse Malin, isn’t he like Ryan Adams II?” someone asked me the other day.
In Malin’s defense, I offered a stumbling summary of his die-hard career…