To finish off your week of candy, costumes and scary movies, we give you the new Feist music video for her song, Graveyard. The video was filmed in Big Sur, and just like life, features people appearing and disappearing...
Sharon Van Etten isn’t the first girl to grab a guitar and sing about relationships gone sour. But when she does, people take notice—as well as bands like The National, Bon Iver, The Walkmen, Beirut and The Antlers. The liner notes of her new album, Tramp, read like a hipster’s Spotify playlist, and music blogs eagerly counted down the days to its February release. So what sets Van Etten apart and grants this musical misfit a seat at the cool table? Read More
Broken Social Scene's rise to indie rock adulation spawned from a myriad of fractured bands, entangled relationships-both romantic and platonic-and disillusionment with a music industry that all but disregarded Toronto's burgeoning landscape of bands during the 90's. Read More
When I was 7 years old, my dad used to listen to a CD with me called For Our Children, which was a compilation of kids music performed by Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Bruce Springsteen and many other rock stars. I loved this music at 7. I loved hearing Bob Dylan sing “knick knack paddy whack give a dog a bone.” So did my dad. And in a way, it might have prepped me for a deep love of good music. But when I say good music, I’m talking about the music that nobody has to cover their ears for.