Fashion and hip-hop combine for successful Infusion Show

Omarion, MTV's Gilson Lubin add to night

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Models on the runway

The fifth annual Infusion Fashion Show rocked London Convention Centre this past Saturday, creating an unforgettable show and aiding young cancer survivors.

This year’s theme, the Class, The Culture and The Cause fits the goals of the not-for-profit organization. (read more)

Lacklustre Silverstein overpowered by openers

Devil Wears Prada, illScarlett, Protest the Hero satisfy crowd

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008


Last Thursday, ticket holders were treated to a miraculous performance by four different bands at Cowboys Ranch.

The show opened with intense screaming by the surprisingly good Christian metalcore band, the Devil Wears Prada. (read more)

Protest the Hero takes stage at Cowboy's Ranch

Devil Wears Prada, illScarlett, Silverstein lend a hand

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Protest the Hero

Public Enemy is famous for coining the phrase “Don’t believe the hype” " a mantra applicable to a lot of up and coming indie bands. Rarely do these bands have the talent, and most importantly, the longevity to become successful in a constantly changing industry. (read more)

On Disc: Say Anything

Album: In Defense of the Genre

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

In Defense of the Genre by Say Anything

Say Anything
In Defense of the Genre
J Records

3 stars

October 2007 saw the long awaited new release from Max Bemis’ Broadway/ emo-punk band Say Anything. (read more)

On Disc: Jack Johnson

Album: Sleep Through the Static

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Sleep Through the Static by Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson
Sleep Through the Static
Brushfire Records

2.5 stars

If you liked Jack Johnson’s last album In Between Dreams, you will love his new one " it sounds exactly the same. (read more)

On Disc: Lenny Kravitz

Album: It Is Time for a Love Revolution

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

It Is Time for a Love Revolution by Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz
It Is Time for a Love Revolution
Virgin Records

2.5 stars

Lenny Kravitz is back with his latest release It Is Time for a Love Revolution. (read more)

Chariot, Poison the Well hit Call the Office

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Poison the Well

Hardcore punk was alive and well at Call the Office last Friday, as Poison the Well and the Chariot rocked their hearts out.

The Chariot’s performance was dead on; the band played every note and every chord with intense precision. (read more)


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