These Canadians rockers are furiously leading the new wave of Canadian rock
An interview with the multi-talented Neal Morse on the inspiration for writing his latest album “Similitude of a Dream”, and his thoughts on the music industry
Keyboard wizard Jordan Rudess talks about the latest album from super trio Levin, Minnemann, Rudess
An interview with Andrew Exchanger of Pop Punk band Seaway, who are embarking on a Canadian tour promoting their latest album ‘Colour Blind’.
Examining the music of the game Dead By Daylight with composer Michel F. April and sound designer Frederic Poirier
Hatebreed’s Chris Beattie talks about their latest album and current tour. And baseball too.
From pre-fame Quiet Riot to Beatles tribute bands to Space Oddity, David Brighton’s career has been full of interesting twists and turns. For the last 16 years, he’s devoted his efforts to keeping the legend of David Bowie alive.
Progressive rock legend Jon Anderson opens up about the AndersonPonty Band, Yes eventually making it to the Hall of Fame, and his upcoming project with Roine Stolt.
Australian reggae-rock sensation blends genres without any fear.
Phil Campbell on the origin of The Temperance Movement, writing their second album and opening for The Rolling Stones.