The Canadian alt-rock veterans visit the InkCarceration Festival on Saturday night in Mansfield in support of their ninth studio album, "Somethingness"
“Why-e-i-e-i-eee…yeeaaaaaaahhh…Superman’s dead!” Our monolithic concrete bunker of a residence hall at Simon Fraser University had surprisingly thin walls, which meant that my next door neighbor’s new obsession with Toronto alt-rockers Our Lady Peace also became an integral part of my life – usually when I didn’t want them to be. “Superman’s Dead,” the lead single […]
The iconic pop-rockers and recent Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductees return to Columbus on Wednesday night to anchor the "Last Summer On Earth 2018" Tour with Better Than Ezra and KT Tunstall.
Author’s Note: This article is the last of a three-part series profiling each of the artists on the tour. Read my previous conversations with KT Tunstall and Better Than Ezra. Winnipeg, 1991. Vincent Massey Collegiate. We were at a rehearsal for our 10th grade musical, Dames at Sea – probably on a Saturday afternoon when […]
Canadian wood flooring company Northern Wide Plank is opening its first “Plank Studio” location in the United States this fall with an upcoming launch in the iconic Atlas Building located at 20 East Long Street, Downtown. The company was started in Toronto nearly 30 years ago, and has grown rapidly thanks to an increased interest […]
The melodic Toronto-based indie pop outfit will perform a headlining show at Woodlands Tavern tonight.
Returning from a set of dates in their Canadian homeland with Vancouver prog-pop band The Zolas and an appearance at SXSW last month, Toronto’s Fast Romantics will play a headlining show tonight (April 5) at Woodlands Tavern. Their latest single, “Animal”, pairs piercing synths with Matthew Angus’ soaring lead vocal – which is especially excellent […]
Already a household name in Canada, the Columbia Records recording artist is getting to know his American fans with his first international tour that lands at A and R Music Bar on March 23.
Growing up listening to Canadian radio, I experienced a somewhat different pop music palate than my friends to the south. If I rattled off names like The Tragically Hip, Blue Rodeo, Honeymoon Suite, 54-40, The Matthew Good Band, or Sloan, there may only be a handful of you reading this that would actually recognize them. […]
The Toronto-based roots band brings their lush orchestral folk-pop offerings to the Rumba Café on November 16th.
A Forest of Arms, the sixth studio album by Canadian indie-folk outfit and Juno Award nominees Great Lake Swimmers, is a resounding affirmation for those who wonder if pop music with a conscience is still being made. Saying the record is carefully constructed is an understatement given the measures the Swimmers have taken to shape […]
While curling has a history of popularity in Canada and the upper Midwest, the 2002 Olympics, brought curling to a wider American audience. Columbus Curling Club experienced a period of rapid growth after the last Olympiad. The club is now home to curlers of all levels of experience and all walks of life, including Canadian […]