— Top Stories This Week —
We sat down with John Calabrese, bassist of Danko Jones to talk about the band's impressive 20+ year career, most memorable moments and their newest album Wild Cat.
Kid Koala chats with us about his chaotic party show Vinyl Vaudeville, his new album Music To Draw To: Satellite and working on .
A Toronto music staple Lemon Bucket Orkestra had humble origins as buskers in Kensington Market, the band’s ringleader Mark Marczyk spoke to the Chart Attack team about the evolution of LBO and their drive to keep performing live for (and with) their ever-growing audiences.
Mix Master Mike put on an epic show in Quebec City on Friday and again in Toronto last night. We chatted with him about his tour with Metallica and his new Virtual Reality work.
The Dirty Nil played one of their biggest shows in Canada yesterday. We caught up with the band just before the show to talk about opening for The Who, touring and Minimum R&B.
A Tribe Called Red played their biggest show in Quebec yesterday at Festival d'été de Québec. We caught up with Bear Witness just prior to the festival to talk about We are the Halluci Nation.
The unconventional songwriter has been making waves with the release of his fourth album.
The Celtic punk band is back and talks to us about their new album and the creative process behind Life is Good.
The “heirs” of Toronto’s Cameron House take us back to the 50s.
Five Alarm Funk shares some insight into the band’s latest record, Sweat.
Singer/ Songwriter Nathan Lawr talks to us about the new album AUM.
If you haven’t heard of Irontom, do yourself a favour and keep reading.
Chris Vos of The Record Company shares the band's origin story in Firsts.