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Taking their new tour to Toronto, Rise Against manhandled TD Echo Beach with some help from letlive. and Killswitch Engage.
Previewing a bright future, WayHome graced the township of Oro-Medonte with Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, The Gaslight Anthem + more.
Republic Live’s WayHome Festival blasted off with sets from Modest Mouse, Alt-J, St. Vincent, Cold War Kids, Viet Cong, Alvvays + more.
Pairing intimacy with 4D sounds, Memory Tapes and Computer Magic gutted The Drake Hotel with their own instrument-first highlight reels.
The Toronto outfit have detailed their debut and shared a new song that goes straight for the ears.
The L.A. singer is still a mysterious persona but her latest cut is an infectious dose of trip-pop.
Label spat aside, Wavves’ new album single is a killer hangover cure that fluffs pop and riffs out.
Geoff Rickly and the rest of No Devotion have revealed a dreamy vice that’s hard to let go of.
Alex Scally and Victoria LeGrand reinvent the past with a new single that pins beauty to noise.
Seattle’s La Luz preview their new LP for Hardly Art with a ’60s gem that will cave your heart in.