I still remember when I first heard the song by Peter Gabriel, “Solsbury Hill.” Something about that song—the lyrics, the melody, the unusual 7/4 time signature—gave me chills. Even now, years later, it still can make me cry.
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One of the very first punk bands, the Ramones (1974 – 1996) distilled the core of rock and roll and pop music that came before them in short, fast, loud songs two minutes or less in length. Armed with a distinctive visual style and trademark musical approach, they changed the history of rock and pop.
I’ve been walking over and over a question in my mind for a few weeks now. I’m stuck on it. Here’s how I got there: My favorite genre of music is, obviously, heavy metal in all, well, most, of its forms.
A technical death metal band started by a drummer who grew up in Oak Bay, has received a Juno nomination for metal/hard music album of the year.
These days, metal has more subgenres than you can shake a stick at. As the form continues to splinter and hybridize in a million different directions, the old ways are being kept alive by a rising vanguard of true believers: The classic blues-based riffs and distorted guitars; the soaring melodic vocals and fantasy or sci-fi based lyrics; the occasional galloping bass line. You’ll probably even hear a twin guitar harmony or ten.
The beginnings of punk rock are often furiously debated. This is partially because everyone has a different definition of punk rock, and partially because its foundation stones are found in several places.
You know the feeling. You’re tired, fed-up, and feeling like you’re ready to quit. Your bones are aching. Your muscles are fatigued. You need something to unlock that extra mile; to spur you through one more rep.