Out of the primordial soup comes A Primitive Evolution. (A.P.E.) Given the gift of sentience, they are here to create a constantly evolving soundtrack to our world using rocks, hardwood, and metal. Now developing their next mutation with some electrifying input from the mind of Ian D’Sa from Billy Talent, Brett Carruthers, Stephany Seki and Stu Dead invite you to witness their latest musical expression. Known to be raw and visceral with soul and beauty A Primitive Evolution is best consumed live and/or at extremely loud volumes.
It was the biggest disaster in the history of the music business — and almost nobody knew. This is the story of the 2008 Universal fire.
Chuck Berry, 1958.CreditCreditPhoto Illustration by Sean Freeman & Eve Steben for The New York Times. Source Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images.
Money is tight while they work long and weird hours, travel incessantly, are isolated from their friends and family at home, and have ample access to drinks and drugs. They write, record, release, and promote, and then repeat the cycle over and over again. And now, more than ever, the industry demands constant content, lest they are forgotten in the ocean of songs hitting Spotify every Friday. But then they get in the van and, especially in Canada, drive absurd distances between low-paying gigs for a tour they likely had to book themselves.