What is it about Pete Yorn? Maybe it’s the slightly disheveled shaggy hair, or the effortless way he croons into the microphone through a perma-grin that has the tongues of all pop/folk/indie-rock music fans wagging.
After roughly six years since releasing Born 4, Jakalope have reinvented themselves as a band, with front woman Chrystal Leigh singing the enchantingly dark melodies of the new album, Things That Go Jump in the Night.
Ontario’s best kept secret Birthday Boys will be taking their enraging and visceral live performance on the road in March alongside Detroit’s Electric Six.
PopCounter Culture caught up with MC Bucky from Down With Webster to chat about the bands upcoming album, budding egos, and their number one goal.
With gigs alongside metal legends and tours circling the globe, the guys from Black Tide already have the kind of career most musicians dream of but for them it all began before the age of 20.
An older than usual crowd packed the Commodore Ballroom last night and if you didn’t know better you might have thought it was for some sort of reunion. In some ways though, it was like a reunion. It has been four years since Train played a show in Vancouver and over a decade since they first launched into massive mainstream success with songs like “Meet Virginia” and the Grammy-winning “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)”.