Could Gorillaz come back? Mumford and Sons MAY be back in studio, and the darlings of Sonic Boom return.
Arcade Fire featured on CBS Sunday Morning
Monday, October 20th 2014.
Chase won $212 by knowing it was indeed “Of Monsters And Men – Dirty Paws.”
The NEW Sonic Rock Door is worth: $1000.
Arcade Fire – Reflektor
Mumford & Sons – I Will Wait
Smallpools – Dreaming
Dear Rouge – Best Look Lately
Serena Ryder – Stompa
Foster The People – Helena Beat
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Under The Bridge
Death Cab For Cutie – Stay Young, Keep Dancing
Queens Of The Stone Age – Sat By The Ocean
Passion Pit – Take A Walk
Cage The Elephant – Come A Little Closer
Take a listen to the Sonic Rock Door:
Just ahead of his concert at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium on November 15th, the nicest guy in Alternative Rock touches on the following:
:12 – European Tour
:48 – the universal language of music
2:03 – recent show at a barn in Alberta
3:41 – superstition of milking a cow
4:12 – tradition before every show
4:43 – what stands out about Edmonton
5:27 – playing an album front to back
6:10 – Lo-Fantasy tour
7:08 – stage show
8:05 – visuals while performing
8:41 – playing a new album in concert
9:27 – favourite song to play live
We’ve all been busy Foo Fighting and instagramming leaves so here is A Few Things You Mighta Missed! The Simpsons Treehouse Of Horror is mandatory October television. The 25th edition goes down tonight.
SONiC 1029 comes around as we've been everywhere, the station returns home to Nisku, Alberta for Johnny Cash Night at Blackjacks Roadhouse - October 17th, 2014.
Local photographer Alex Scuccato put together this clip package of Edmonton! Featuring music from former SONiC BOTM Scenic Route To Alaska & Braden Gates this is “A journey with my friends through some of my favourite places, restaurants, festivals, and attractions in my hometown, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.”. Well done dude!! I love the #YEG passion.
They’ve covered Sabbath, jammed Cheap Trick, collaborated with a 71 year old, shared the stage with the Heart gals, got emotional reflecting on ‘Miracle’ and been compared to Dio. To wrap up their residency on The Late Show With David Letterman this week the mighty Foo Fighters performed the brand new SONiC Highways single ‘Something From Nothing’.
Highlights from the past week’s shows repackaged and repurposed for your listening pleasure. Critics have called the Layne Mitchell Show Podcast, “verbal diarhea, with only some of the unpleasantness associated with the regular kind”. A guy can’t even buy better reviews than that (lord knows I’ve tried).