Toronto based artist Calabru just dropped his debut video for “Neverland.” The track is about the young artist’s journey through the music industry and the high that has come from his experience thus far. We expect more from the singer this winter. Check out the video below.
There’s really only one way to summarize Minor Setbacks, the debut LP from Vancouver’s Poor Traits. Definitively west coast. In many ways, it makes complete sense. After all, if you’ve been to a local pop-punk show in the past seven years, you’ve probably seen primary songwriter and guitarist Taylor Roberds in the front row, singing […]
Goalies don’t score goals, they stop them. Well in Cornell freshman, Mitch Gillam’s case, it’s the opposite. In his college debut he became the eighth goaltender to score a goal. During the final frame of the Big Red’s victory over Niagara, Gillam was given […]
We interviewed G-Eazy over a year ago and since then, he’s been doing nothing but work. While we impatiently wait for this indie star’s next project, he’s keeping fans warm with his latest video, “Far Alone”, which depicts a young G and his come-up.
Photo Credit: Murad Osmann Of course you enjoy spending time together; it’s the reason you got together with her in the first place. But going on vacation together takes it to a whole new level. As much as you might share in common, odds are that your idea of a fun vacation differs from hers. […]
After 3 weeks with the replacement refs, I was sitting with a .500 record on my weekly pick’em (unlike some, I took my lumps for the Packers Faily Mary defeat). Last week we got the regular officials back and going 11-4 with my picks was a nice way to celebrate their return. Hopefully order has […]
In life, appearances can be deceiving. To the world, Richard Colson Baker is Machine Gun Kelly; an aggressive, tattooed rapper with a swift flow and an undeniable swagger. But in a quiet, carpeted media room, he’s a shy, introspective 22-year-old who appears steadfastly determined to achieve success on his own terms. If the last 18 […]
Return of the Refs Sparks Return of the Air Show Cheers and applause rained down on officials as they took the field Sunday after a lockout which reigned over the NFL for month of the regular season. For fans forced to endure the sloppy tenure of the replacement officials, it was a welcome return. With […]
During a meeting with my manager a few years ago, I complained about a problem. I worked in the credit card division of a major bank. It was well understood, if you wanted to move up within the company, you had to work in a branch first. Once you got your foot in at the […]
According to Forbes Magazine, the iPhone 5 will easily outsell all previous models and may lead to“the biggest upgrade cycle in the history of electronic devices”. I’m inclined to agree. Worldwide, consumers lined up in front of Apple stores for a chance to snag the latest smartphone. I was not among those crowds. Two years […]
In 2012, it’s easy to dismiss an artist that relies on simplistic lyrics and auto-tune. It’s a little tougher when the artist boasts a quadruple-platinum single and sits at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100. On Friday night, Owl City invaded Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom in support of its latest effort, The Midsummer Station. Admittedly, Owl City (the […]
These days, it seems like comic book references are everywhere – summer blockbusters, fashion, art, video games, podcasts, celebrity-filled conventions, reality shows like Comic Book Men, and TV shows like Person of Interest (which was actually a homage to Batman). More than ever, comics have permeated the pop culture and made a lasting impression on […]
I recently had the privilege of heading down to Washington DC for a weekend of entertainment, professional sports and plenty of food/booze. When I arrived at my hotel, the beautiful Fairmont Washington on M street, I was immediately taken aback by the height of the surrounding buildings. Compared to other major cities I’ve been to, everything […]