Featured Interviews  


Dream Theater
Vocalist James LaBrie is a fantastic role model to many aspiring young singers thanks to his remarkable range and unique tone.  I met up with the man who's voice has left an indelible mark on the heavy metal scene to discuss the art of singing and the recent release of Dream Theater's 11th album A Dramatic Turn of Events.

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The Love Machine
Best known for live shows, fan sing-a-longs and
three part harmonies The Love Machine are
excited to share with the world their new album
Sweater Weather
on November 15th, 2011.  
You are cordially invited to the release party at
the Horseshoe on the 15th in Toronto!  A mosaic
of pop tunes and catchy melodies with
rock-infused influence, The Love Machine is sure
to provide a good time.

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Spineshank

With already three albums under its belt (Strictly
Diesel, The Height Of Callousness,
and Self-
Destructive Pattern
), hundreds of thousands of
records sold worldwide and experience sharing
the stage with famous Slipknot, System of a
Down, Sepultura, Disturbed it seems that
Spineshank is heading straight for success in this
tough music business that we call rock'n  roll!

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Carmel Mikol
I would like to introduce to you a wonderful folk
artist from Toronto whose latest creative effort has
 gotten my attention: Carmel Mikol.  What is
different about her is that with her CD Creature
released last August, she is also including  a book
of poetry and prose.

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Carleton Stone

Carleton Stone is quickly rising from the indie club
scene to the center of Canadian music.  His latest
selt-titled album was produced by Hawksley
Workman and he recently toured with Blue Rodeo.
He is a playful, sensitive, edgy rocker with a
sometimes naughty attitude that is nothing less than
fun and energyzing to watch and listen to.

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Trivium
Matt Heafy of heavy metal band Trivium meets
with RockSource360 to discuss their latest
release In Waves.  For this fifth album, it was
important to do things differently in order to
keep their music fresh.

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