And that feeling of ten people in the audience, that intimacy; somehow, at the same time, those 600-700 people that felt like ten, sound like a stadium when we sang. I think we missed Josh. And music. And concerts.
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Ghost Stories: Marianas Trench Live
I was sort of hoping that the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton was haunted… It’s not. At least […]
Marianas Trench: Falling in Love With Phantoms
Seconds. It took mere seconds, one second in fact, to fall in love with Marianas Trench’s new album, Phantoms. Love at first sound. Love at first note.
A Little Bit Genius: Marianas Trench at the K Days
You know what I like about Marianas Trench? I mean besides the edgy punk screamy-ness, the fun catchy songs with […]
15 Canadian Rock Gods for Canada’s 150
In celebration of 150 years of Canadian awesomeness, it seems appropriate to write a post on my Canadian Rock Gods. But how can I possibly narrow down the list to 15?! Some are no-brainers – you say “Canadian Rock Gods” and I will immediately shout out ‘The Tea Party!” and “The Tragically Hip!” Seriously, Canada would disown me, denounce me, kick me out and likely non-apologetically beat me with hockey sticks if The Hip were not on my list…