Track-By-Track: Divided Heaven – ‘Cold War’

A Cold War is defined as an intense economic, political, militaristic and ideological rivalry between two nation states that falls just short of open military conflict. Some may remember the most famous conflict of this kind- dubbed simply the Cold War- as the post-World War II rivalry between the Soviet Union and the United States.…

Track-By-Track: Kill No Albatross – ‘Speak True Evil’

  Dynamic, determined, and dirty. That’s the powerhouse trifecta that Ontario outfit Kill No Albatross serves up hot and fresh in their musical approach. Such methodology is overt in their latest endeavours, culminating in the upcoming release of their new EP Speak True Evil.Technically proficient and aurally stimulating, Speak True Evil is a quick jaunt through…

Track-By-Track: All Threes – ‘Hide the Sun’

  “The album was a very emotional record for us to write and record with lots of ups and downs both within the band and our personal lives. We recorded everything for the album in a week in Tyler’s house. Tyler then mixed everything and Jamie King mastered it. We’re really pleased with how the…

Track-By-Track: Forts Like Vana – ‘This + This = That’ EP

Italian psychologist Roberto Assagioli once famously proclaimed, “There is no no certainty; there is only adventure.” Assagioli’s words speak to the process by which we embark life as we know it. There is no predetermination. Rather, we are fated to carve our own paths, meticulously weaving our lives around a series of spontaneous and momentous…

Track-By-Track: Maypine – ‘Bend/Break’ EP

  Swiss clergyman Saint Frances de Sales once proclaimed, “When you encounter difficulties and contradictions, do not try to break them, but bend them with gentleness and time.” The profound message he put forth dictates a certain meticulousness to tackling obstacles. When we face hardships or hurdles in our paths, we often have an overt…

Track-By-Track: You Know The Drill – ‘Selfhood’

  Madonna once famously said on the topic of self-actualization, “No matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you’ve come from, you can always change, become a better version of yourself.” Such a statement, while uplifting and heartfelt, is an egregious oversimplification. When we think of self-actualization, we don’t tend…