With eyes closed or backs turned, An Horse sounds like a full band busting at the seams. It could be assumed that several powerful musicians are behind such a boundless sound, but the reality of An Horse’s unique beat-driven music is there are only two musicians on stage. When you’re lucky enough to lay eyes on them, you see just two people, rocking twice as hard – making stellar rock music.
By: Adelaida Kolaj
May 4, 2010
These Toronto hard rock/glam rock revisionists deliver a powerful adrenaline-dripping punch-in-the-face of a set that oozes filth, sleaze, and attitude. Their Aerosmith and Motley Crue-esque tunes are aggressive, surprisingly pretty and positively catchier than an STI.
By: Sheena Lyonnais
May 2, 2010
There are few bands I’ve romanticized in recent history more so than White Rabbits. The Brooklyn, New York based six-piece have an extremely energy-driven, sometimes haunting tension about them, a presence that is illuminated by the booming sounds created by having both a drummer and a percussionist. There was a lot of premeditated hype in my mind, but they surely did not disappoint.