Probably the best albums to review are the ones by independent artists. These are the bands that know they have everything to lose and everything to gain, so it's important to put every bit of effort possible in to the songs they record, and the ones who really know what's good for them put even more effort in to their live shows.
Toronto hard rock outfit J'Nai fits this description quite well. They are among the floc...
Posted on 04.12.13
Submitted by Bill Delingat - CashBoxCanada.ca
It has been awhile since we have seen new blood in the heavy rock scene of Canada especially a female, From coast to coast Canadian female rockers have pranced the stages with spandy and glitter, blowing away their audiences from their looks and their tunes. Darby Mills of the Headpins, Lee Aaron the "Heavy Metal Queen" and the dark tunes of Caroline Kawa aka Care Failure of Die Mannequin have all help pave the way on the road of rock n r...
Posted on 03.15.13
With four opening bands on the bill I knew the show would get under way fairly early and while they all did a great job of setting the stage, especially Three Quarter Stone who I've seen before, it was the second act up that stole the show for the collection of local bands setting the stage for Queensryche.
Followers of Decibel Geek may have seen my esteemed cohort Wallygator's review of our experience at the cancelled Bulletboys show back in January where J'nai knew the meaning of th...
Posted on 03.13.13
Shot in one day (along with 4 other tracks off her debut EP), J'Nai has officially released her first music video!
Official music video
The band traveled to Hamilton to shoot 5 music videos in February at Q.E.D. Media with Dave Beatty producing and editing the clips. Accident is the first to roll out to coincide with the campus radio release of her single.
The band has been growing in leaps and bounds locally and has opened for s...
Posted on 02.28.13
Decibel Geek -
January 9th, 2013 was supposed to be the first concert of the year for the Canadian Decibel Geeks. The Bulletboys were headed to Toronto and Rich and I were going to be there for a good time and a show review. Unfortunately only a few hours before we were supposed to head out to the show, we got word that the band had some "issues" crossing the border and that the show was unfortunately cancelled.
After some discussion, it was decided that we would salvage the evening and s...
Posted on 01.27.13