That bassline! That was the exact thought I had back in 2004 when I first put in an album called ‘Hot Fuss’ by a new band called The Killers I had just haphazardly discovered. After that first track ‘Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine’ I was all in. To my surprise the album just kept […]
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Las Vegas. Its opulence is buoyed by its chameleonic and arguably checkered past, its extravagance tempered by its plastic façade of imitation. It’s a place that seems to openly enjoy taking the piss out of itself. A somewhat fitting locale for the pop punk veterans Blink-182 to stake its very first, and historic, Las Vegas […]
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There are those bands or songs that just, for whatever reason, really resonate with a person. Certain music for me, has the ability to paint a picture in my mind that’s almost superior to a photo album – taking me back to an exact moment in time, where everything in that instance comes alive. There […]
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Excess. Oversharing. Over saturation. There is literally just too much of everything these days. Technologically speaking, the world could maybe benefit to take a bit of a step back. Yet, that’s very unlikely going to happen. Business and individual social media feeds are of novel length; a real time journal of sorts that will be left […]
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Authenticity is a hard thing to find in today’s entertainment world, but last night’s final, sold out Garth Brooks show in Calgary was as genuine an experience as any music fan could look for. The entire concert was almost as if two old friends who, upon reconnecting after many years, could not stop complimenting each […]
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Allegory. That was the word that kept coming to mind during Tool’s recent show in Calgary, it’s first since 2006. The intricate imagery, created by guitarist Adam Jones, was rich in symbolism and danced in symmetry to the bands pulsating, and at times, almost haunting rhythms led by bassist Justin Chancellor and drummer Danny Carey. […]
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It may start in a “Parking Lot”, but the Blink-182 Deluxe Edition of California does anything but stall. The double album from the punk trio is as expansive as the state itself, of which the record is named after. Upon first listen, the 11 new tracks embark upon a more decidedly layered direction than its […]
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