No Gold

There’s no gold in Fort Knox. I read it. I read it in some book about conspiracy theories… I think Mel Gibson wrote it.


The story behind the relatively new retro-pop outfit, Tennis, may be charming, but don’t call them a buzz-band.


Warren Ellis, as it turns out, is two very different creatures: one is a ferocious warlock who throws high-kicks while performing voodoo on his violin; the other is a soft-spoken gentleman who is as thoughtful as he is thought-provoking (can you guess which of the two I interviewed?).


You’re finally releasing a full-length album after a handful of limited run EPs and 7” records. Is releasing an album a momentous thing or is it just another step?

Insane Clown Posse


Das Racist

The New Yorker calls them art rap, The New York Times calls them joke rap and the internet is calling them a clever and self-aware take on hip hop.


Back in 2008, Calgary’s Women became a surprise success with the release of their gritty, art-rocking eponymous debut.


ION was lucky enough to have Love & Electrik, a young and popular act of a similar genre, interview Dave1 and P-Thugg. Never again shall these two bands be in the same room, as any catastrophe would drain the Canadian funk pool down to zero.

The Protomen

In the year 200X, the scientist Dr. Thomas Xavier Light created a robot which he called Mega Man.

Holy Ghost!

Having a stamp of approval from New York’s famed DFA label is one way to turn heads in your direction.


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