We can finally scratch having a beer at a sports bar in Toronto's Little Portugal to chat with a couple of Sheepdogs off our bucket list... bonus points for having the opportunity to watch their triumphant return to Massey Hall and joining them all for a few more beers after the show.
He’s known as the Bard of Salford, the People’s Poet and the Doctor. He’s witty, eloquent and super cool. He refers to himself as “Johnny Clarke, the name behind the hairstyle.” He is Dr. John Cooper Clarke and we had the privilege of spending an hour speaking with him... now the privilege is all yours.
Since the beginning of time people have been writing songs demanding change and inspiring people to action. The fact that all of those songs are still relevant today tells a sad story of the state of humankind.
We interview a post-punk pioneer. As a member of The Raincoats, she released her first album in 1979; In the 90s, the all female band became the darling of the Riot Grrrl movement; in 2018 [when she was nearly 70] she started making electronic music and recorded a new album in 2018. Meet Ana da Silva.
Introducing the Beat Series—a music contest for young Canadian artists.
Meet Ron Hawkins... musician, painter & political shit disturber.
Thirteen years in the pit may sound like some sort of death-row punishment, but to concert photographer David McDonald, it’s the best place to be.
A glimpse at some environmental concerns of acoustic guitar building.
Fifty years after the divorce, The Beatles continue to influence us.