Mac DeMarco has released a music video for "Chamber Of Reflection" which is a track of his latest album, Salad Days. It is a slowed down version of the song and apparently it was directed by Al Pacino. Plus it features Homer Simpson as a lady. "Hello, It's an honor, Al Pacino has directed our... Continue Reading →
One of Toronto’s finest bands, The Wooden Sky, are releasing their 4th studio album titled “Let’s Be Ready” on September 2nd, 2014 via the band’s very own label, Chelsea Records. This is the triumphant return of The Wooden Sky since their 2012 release of “Every Child a Daughter, Every Moon a Sun”. In support of... Continue Reading →
UK psychedelic trio The Wytches played with local fuzz rockers Pet Sun at The Drake Hotel on July 21 in Toronto. Here are a few photographs by Ivy Lovell: ivylovell.com. Happy Birthday Stéphane!! The Wytches - Digsaw Pet Sun - Web of Man
T in the Park was off to an incredibly noisy and momentous start on Friday, July 11th with the two Derbyshire brothers, also know as Drenge, totally obliterated their set at King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent. They walked on stage and immediately injected the audience with sudden guitar distortion, which led into “Face Like A Skull”. Eoin’s... Continue Reading →
T in the Park 2014 has kicked off and Apollo is here to bring you day to day coverage on impressive new bands, festival goers experiences, and the performances that were truly remarkable. So sit back, grab to cold pint of lager, get your wellies on and enjoy the scribblings about T in the Park.
The best live performances are now available on YouTube, thanks to Music Vault. This is incredible. Here are some of our favourites. Enjoy. Sex Pistols // Winterland (San Francisco, California) January 14th, 1978 The Ramones // Winterland (San Francisco, California) December 28th, 1978 James Brown // Ritz (New York, NY) January 28th, 1986 Red Hot Chili... Continue Reading →
Toronto's most well know graffiti artist SPUD1 has been making the city walls a brighter and more interesting since 2002. Last month this mysterious street artist put on an art show at the Studio Bar in Toronto last month called Lust. Apollo went there and took some picture of SPUD1's art. SPUD1 Website // www.spudbomb.com
GOAT at Lees's Palace in Toronto The story goes that this band resides from a small voodoo village in the far north of Sweden, but no one knows the true tales of this mysterious band called GOAT. In 2012 we saw the released their debut album World Music which caught the ears of psychedelic rock... Continue Reading →