A collection of some of the best songs I've heard this year.
It's getting colder. Here's a warm-up.
A fantasically creative video from London psych punks, Kopper.
Short punchy songs to fuel your next summer road trip.
Quirky big band fueled punk rock for when you’re looking for something different.
Secret Baby plays innovative garage rock with a trippy backbone.
Riff-driven rock that’ll keep you guessing.
Here’s a playlist to satisfy your late summer dreams.
Interpol is back with their sixth studio record Marauder. Here’s the video for the lead single “If You Really Love Nothing”.
An interview and live set with Lindsey Walker about her newest album This Desolate Bliss. Recorded live at CILU Radio in Thunder Bay, on May 31, 2018
Elsa Lester brings a rockin’ upbeat EP perfect to get you moving.
The Green Door is 60s Acid Rock taking Roots out to the desert to show it how to party.
Luke De-Sciscio made a video as intricate as the folk song he made it for.
An EP of Indie Rock epics to warm you up and get you through till spring.
Bouncy folk-rock to wrench your heart.
If 1960s Bob Dylan had access to 2017 technology, he'd sound a lot like Steevn.
Grungy post-punk with a funky edge. It'll make your day.
Remember that rad grungy Deer Venom EP? They made a video!
Rooftop Love Club hails from Toronto and plays that soupy, stoner blues that'd make you want to melt if you weren't so busy bouncing.
High energy love songs from a fixture of Calgary's rock n' roll scene.
A rad surf tune from a great Florida rock n' roll band.
This is some of the most unique punk rock you'll hear this year.
Minneapolis math rock by some very talented dudes with a lot of life in front of them to make great things happen.
This is the kind of punk rock that got me into punk rock in the first place.
New Video for Mouthfeel from Chemical Bank. Electronic music for your Monday.
These are some of my favourites of 2017
Here's this playlist I made for you.
A playlist for May 2018
Miesha's teased us with a short EP and promised an album in 2018.
Mark Andrew Hamilton from the band Woodpigeon talks about his record T R O U B L E.
Experimental electronic music to help you forget that guitars are a thing.
Incredible modern psychedelic rock with just enough nostalgia to remind you of the roots of the genre.
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