bands

Hello Goodbye Honolulu

In a quiet corner of The Toucan, Goodbye Honolulu’s Fox Martindale, Jacob Switzer, Emmett Webb (all guitar, bass, vocals) and Max Bornstein (drums, vocals) crowded into a booth, destroyed some hot wings and talked tour life with The Journal.Continue...

Brendan Canning plays The Grad Club

Hot off his third solo album, Brendan Canning lit up The Grad Club last Friday night with an eclectic set of cool rhythms and smooth vocals.Continue...

Queen’s baseball team’s spontaneous cameo in new music video

Country rockers and Queen’s alum, The Abrams, premiered a music video for their hit single ‘Champion’ on Oct. 27, featuring a familiar backdrop.Continue...

The real on Busty and the Bass

It was around this time last year, when I first set eyes on the McGill-bred band, Busty and the Bass. I’d never listened to them before and didn’t know what to expect but one year later, I was back for more.Continue...

Royal Canoe puts on an otherworldly show at The Mansion

Royal Canoe has been pushing the boundaries of sound since 2010. With their array of synthesizers and guitar pedals married with electronically-warped vocals, the Winnipeg band’s live performance at The Mansion felt like being transported into the future.Continue...

Clark’s festival fever

Just when you thought festival season was over, Clark Hall Pub hosted Clarkapaloozaroosheagastock— a mouthful of a music festival — on Saturday night.Continue...

The Vault bids summer farewell, but not without some hiccups

This Sunday, live bands and audiences came together to enjoy a laid-back listening experience at the fourth annual Welcome Back!-yard Festival presented by The Vault that didn’t entirely go according to plan.Continue...

Frosh mosh to Canadian folk-rock band

The Frosh Week Mystery Concert, one of the more highly anticipated events this week, didn’t disappoint as it featured some up-and-coming names in the music industry.Continue...

Kingston to live stream The Hip’s farewell concert

On August 20, all of Kingston will have a front row seat to music history, as the beloved Kingston-bred band, The Tragically Hip say farewell to their fans with a final concert at the K-Rock Centre that will be live streamed in Market Square.Continue...