Articles by Robin Ono
Rival Sons, The London Souls, Derrick Brown, DJ Howie Pyro Danforth Music Hall, Ontario, Canada, 8.05.2017 Photos by Robin Ono
Accompanying this new record, Mondkopf has granted us the honour of featuring his latest video for the album, a phantasmagorical visual journey into the surreal, unsettling tone of the record.
Good Times doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, but it is a fun, instantly gratifying listen. As horrid as its album art may look, Mando Diao’s eighth record is solid record that has a lot to offer to both fans and newcomers.
Undeterred by the dreadful weather that had been relentlessly pestering Torontonians for the past few days, fans of all ages eagerly waited to welcome Slowdive’s triumphant return to Toronto on the day of their comeback record release date.
Having released their fifth record last year, Rival Sons has been touring relentlessly and is currently travelling across North America for the American branch of a very special headlining tour: the Teatro Fiasco tour. We recently caught up with guitarist Scott Holiday to talk about the band’s recent activities as well as his personal knack for sharp outfits and great records.
What’s most disconcerting about Artificial Brain’s music is that none of it sounds human yet every second of it feels alive.
Once again, Bagarre Générale have delivered excellence with a sophomore record that will leave you mesmerised by its grandeur.
While not the band’s best, ‘Trumpeting Ecstasy’ is a record that will surely quench the thirst of any heavy music fan in search for some dark, punishing grindcore.
Once again, Ulver has caught us off-guard and delivered yet another masterfully crafted album, one that meticulously borrows from their past whilst also diving head-on into new territory. ‘The Assassination of Julius Caesar’ is a somber, poetic record veiled in glamour and melancholy.
A horrifying and striking account of trauma, beautifully and vividly narrated by an artist whose talent has yet to show its limits.
With its precise production and ferocious delivery, ‘Jane Live’ offers an interesting new take on the bands’ most iconic studio output.