Blistering and antagonistic new album from politically-charged trio.
LGBTQ-centred label Grimalkin Records have released a statement and series of steps that white folks in the music scene can to promote inclusivity and social justice in and through their work.
Twin Cities doom dealing with some big questions.
A deep dive into the sludge duo’s boldest album yet.
Canada’s premier sludge duo continue to impress.
We speak to the Irish folk band creating heavy music with traditional instruments.
The kind of uniquely powerful record that leaves you with the sense that the artist is laying everything bare for all to see.
In February the Home Office announced their points-based immigration policy, and it’s been cause for considerable concern…
“It’s hard to be young and know you’ll see extreme man-made devastation to the environment, animals, and humans. I wanted the lyrics to in some way speak to that fear and loss of hope.”
“No matter what, fuck Trump.”