Article by: Bob Linneman Red Sun Rising continues to break the mold. Their new release Thread is the complete package, and picks up right where their last album, Polyester Zeal, left off. The band known for trail blazing their own style of music has already experienced tremendous radio success with previous back to back
Photos and Article by: Adrienne Row – Smith Ottawa, Ontario – The 27 Club hosted the We Were Sharks sold-out album release party for their new release, Lost Touch. The band was supported by fellow Ottawa natives Pine, Elementals, and Montreal natives Kennedy. Up first for the evening were Almonte natives Elementals. The
Article and Photos by: Linda Carlson Lexington, KY – Outside Manchester Music Hall, the queue of concert-goers stretched double-wide for more than a block, and the doors had already been open for 30 minutes. Faithful fans were eager to see Motionless In White and openers Ice Nine Kills, Like Moths to Flames and Every Time I Die.
Article by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar Photos by: Glenn Woodell and Wendy Podmenik Darugar NORFOLK, VA: Chesapeake Virginia's own The Hunts drew a huge crowd of local followers to The NorVa for the release of their second album Darlin' Oh Darlin'. Part of a regional movement that highlights original indie folk featuring themes
Photos and Article By: Adrienne Row - Smith Ottawa, Ontario – For their first time in Ottawa as Dashboard Confessional (Chris Carrabba had been here with his other project, Twin Forks), the band treated a packed venue to a nostalgic affair, supported by Gabrielle Shonk and The Elwins. Prior to the show, the