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Below, watch The Flatliners talk about the punk community in Southern Ontario, how they've grown as a band in the past 10 years, and the fruition of their forthcoming album. The Flatliners are currently finishing up recording that one, but they recently reissued their first album, Destroy to Create, via Fat Wreck Chords last November.
StreamsMay 20, 2015
Danko Jones and Damian Abrahamon Exclaim! TV Chatroom (Part 2)
In part one of Danko Jones and Damian Abraham's recent Exclaim! TV Chatroom session, the two endlessly discussed their views on music, award...
StreamsApr 02, 2015
Danko Jones and Damian Abrahamon Exclaim! TV Chatroom
The almighty Danko Jones and Damian Abraham (of Fucked Up fame) are two of Toronto's finest musical figures. For almost two decades the pair...
StreamsFeb 25, 2015
Lagwagon and Swingin' Utterson Exclaim! TV Chatroom
West Coast punk legends Lagwagon and Swingin' Utters have been consistently inspiring bands since the late '80s/early '90s. So when Lagwagon...
FeaturesDec 04, 2014
Less Than Jake"Good Enough" on Exclaim! TV
Ska-punk mainstays Less Than Jake have been making music for over 20 years. The group shows no signs of slowing down, judging by the upbeat ...
FeaturesNov 20, 2014
Cloud Nothings"Now Hear In" on Exclaim! TV
Cleveland indie rock outfit Cloud Nothings was initially created as a solo outlet for frontman Dylan Baldi before achieving success as a liv...
FeaturesOct 09, 2014
Restorations"Most Likely A Spy" on Exclaim! TV
One of the perks of Riot Fest is the fact the festival recruits a whole slew of punk-tinged acts from all over the world. That's how Philade...
StreamsJul 06, 2015
Dave Monks"Summer Dream" on Exclaim! TV
A lot of Tokyo Police Club's Canadian fans grew up alongside the band; many followed them from early performances in tiny Southern Ontario d...
StreamsJul 03, 2015
Crosss"Old Sound" and "Interlocutor" on Exclaim! TV
Gloomy Toronto psych-rockers Crosss combine their heavy sound with a continuous rhythmic flow that creates a listening experience that is fu...