Photo by Katie Hovland (photo taken belchinwaffles.com)
London must have made it on Santa's "nice" list, because he's given us a stacked lineup at Call the Office on Thursday December 11th.
The Flatliners have... Read More
Photo by Rick Collins
From punk rocker, to activist, to "eco-terrorist," to snow plow operator, Gerry Hannah is wearing a new cap with his new folk album, released on December 2, “Coming Home.”
Hannah... Read More
“Where do I start?”
Carly Thomas sips her coffee and begins to recount her tale of intermittent musicianship.
She’s lived all over the world, calling places like France, New York and Argentina home.
Every... Read More
D.O.A. is back and they’re ready to rile up the democratic spirit in you.
The Vancouver punk legends haven’t been to London in three years. The band has been on hiatus for most of 2012, last playing Call the Office... Read More
Londoners seeking their new favourite band might just find it at Koi Fest this weekend.
Downtown Kitchener will host 10,000 people over the next three days, who can check out local acts mixed with big names such as Mad... Read More
Over twenty local musicians will be mixing things up at Call the Office this Thursday.
The names of members from eighteen different musical acts across London will be tossed into a hat at 11 a.m. As each of their names are... Read More
While rock n’ rollers The Dirty Nil love to “fuck shit up in general,” the band tried to keep themselves relatively in line this summer.
Excitement crept into guitar player and lead singer Luke Bentham’... Read More
The camp is buzzing with excitement. The smell of pot, sunscreen and bacon wafts through the air, as punks and rockers lace up their doc's and converse in anticipation of a full day of live music at the 9th annual Amnesia... Read More
Bluegrass and punk rock got married in a fever, and it's called Old Man Markley. The group has been touring regularly since their inception in 2007, spreading their not quite punk, not quite bluegrass sound, but have... Read More
Londoners using Google Maps yesterday were happy to see the London Transit Commision is finally synched with the popular app. LTC General Manager Larry Ducharme confirmed the partnership is now live and a direct link will... Read More
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