Guelph, Ontario’s Kazoo! Fest is set to return for its 10th consecutive year this April 5th-9th. Having already unveiled an impressive lineup featuring Jessy…Read More
The band was formed by Steve Lambke, Bryan Webb, Doug MacGregor, and Dallas Wehrle in 1999, following the break-up of Webb and MacGregor’s emotional hardcore band Shoulder. Their style has been described as “art-punk”, and they have been compared to bands like The Clash, Fugazi, Bruce Springsteen, The Replacements, and Nick Cave.
The name of the band is taken from an episode of Coast to Coast with Art Bell, in which Bell was playing recordings of ghost voices in static, and one of the ghosts’ names was Constantine.
Kazoo! Fest returns by celebrating their 10th anniversary with their line-up, dance and art showcases. With a carefully curated lineup of independent music from…Read More
The recently reunited Constantines are set to reissue their landmark 2003 album, Shine a Light, as a vinyl-only release on Sub Pop June 9th in Europe and June 10th in the U.S. The album,Read More