Dan from Apollo met up with Australian wild men, Dune Rats, in The Silver Dollar in Toronto. Here is what went down:
Dan from Apollo Music Magazines had a chat with Albert Hammond Jr. about all sorts of stuff at The Opera House in Toronto. Thank you Albert, Matt, and Justyna!!
Jeff The Brotherhood played at Point Ephémère in Paris on September 2, 2015. Apollo was there to capture the night.
The Turnbridge Wells punk duo, Slaves, have just released a single accompanied by a crazy video for the song “Sockets”. This single, which is freshly off their new album Are You Satisfied?, hits hard start to finish. With the video of dangerous home electronics and the threat off being too plugged in, “Sockets” is real... Continue Reading →
Montreal band Tops performed at the Smiling Buddha on March 9 in Toronto. TOPS TASSEOMANCY
It’s cool when someone sends you new music from a country far away, especially if that music is exciting, but also brings you to a place where the sun shines and the waves crash against the shore. The music in question is from a band that resides in Barcelona called The Zephyr Bones. Brian (Guitar-Vox-Synth), Jossip... Continue Reading →
Slaves are bringing their aggressive punk sounds down to Bikini Bottom in the new video for "Feed The Mantaray". Cruising around at the bottom of the sea in their red mini, Slaves are being chased by a bat shit crazy mantaray and all it wants is to do is eat their flesh. Sam, Stéphane, and... Continue Reading →
Metz are back to make your blood shake and ears crumble with their new upcoming LP Metz II, which is out on May 5 via SubPop and is a follow up to their mammoth 2012 self-titled album. Produced by Graham Walsh and engineered by Alexandre Bonenfant, II will be one of 2015's most immense albums. If... Continue Reading →
Canadian Music Week is back for another incredible 10 days of intense music loving across the great city of Toronto. Hosting over 1,000 bands in 60 venues, CMW 2015 is going to be wild and will probably make your ears pop. With the likes of FIDLAR, Noel Gallagher High Flying Birds, The Orwells, Dune Rats,... Continue Reading →