Sunil Singh

WRITER
Sunil Singh has been enjoying live music for six decades now. He has seen over 300 shows, with his first life-changing one in 1986, seeing Metallica on their Master Of Puppets Tour.


He now writes articles and concert and album reviews for MetalTalk, specialising in the stoner/desert/doom scene. Sunil says his favourite band of all time is Thin Lizzy, followed by Heart, Monster Magnet, Black Sabbath, The Allman Brothers Band, Pink Floyd, Kyuss, Hendrix, Soundgarden, Fu Manchu, and Colour Haze.

Sunil will release his book Sonic Seducer: Lust For Life With Our Heaviest Moments, Memories, and Magic of  Rock and Roll, this fall.

The Black Crowes Revive Rock’s Soul At Massey Hall

Gig Review: The Black Crowes - Triumphant at Massey Hall, Toronto. With anew album focus and a nod to rock's gritty past, the essence of a legendary night. Words: @mathematicaljester Photography: @melaniewebsterphotography @theblackcrowes @masseyhall

Turning 60 and Turning Up The Volume On Heavy Music Experiences

Sunil Singh: A pivotal year as I turn 60, celebrating with a keynote in Melbourne and the release of my book on heavy music. Join me at Ripplefest. Sonic Seducer. Words: @mathematicaljester @ripplefesttexas

Freedom Hawk And Low Orbit Uncompromisingly Heavy In Lee’s Palace

Low Orbit and Freedom Hawk: Unleashing Sonic Blast of Muscle Car Riffs and Stoner Rock Goodness at Lee's Palace, Toronto - A Night to Remember! Words: Sunil Singh Photography: @melaniewebsterphotography @1000mods @leespalace @freedomhawkband @low_orbit_band

1000mods / Ridiculous Energy Lays Waste To Lee’s Palace, Toronto

The ultimate stoner rock show as 1000mods electrify Toronto. With high-energy they lay waste to Lee's Palace with their industrious delivery of riffs. Words: Sunil Singh Photography: @melaniewebsterphotography @1000mods @leespalace

KIND / Close Encounters, Soaring Vocals And Unrelenting Charge Of Riffs

The unrelenting charge of riffs, punchy bottom, and soaring vocals in KIND third album, Close Encounters. Don't miss the undeniably heavy stoner/doom/psych attack Words: @mathematicaljester @therockbandkind @ripplemusic

Brian’s Song: The Heaviest Story That Anchors The Heaviest of Rock Books

Unveiling the Playlist for the new book Sonic Seducer by Sunil Singh. Find out the unique connection between mathematics and rock music in this groundbreaking book.@mathematicaljester

Dad Rock / The Flat-Pluto Society of Heavy Music

Sonic Seducer author Sunil Singh reflects on Dad Rock, another constipated idea in Heavy Metal music, and why Eddie Trunk and That Rocks! is false advertising. @mathematicaljester

Ruby The Hatchet take over Lee’s Palace with Intoxicating Stoner Rock Energy

Experience the magic and mysticism of stoner rock's Tina Turner, Jillian Taylor, as she blows the roof off Lee's Palace in Toronto with Ruby The Hatchet hot as hell rock and roll. Photo: @melaniewebsterphotography Words: @mathematicaljester @rubythehatchet @leespalace

Why L.A. Guns reigns supreme among Sunset Strip bands Of The ’80s

L.A. Guns, the best band of the Sunset Strip scene in the '80s. Their latest album, Black Diamonds, proves they only grow stronger over time. @mathematicaljester also picks his top 20 tracks.@laguns @traciiguns

Emma Ruth Rundle is Hauntingly Beautiful at Axis Club, Toronto

Experience the beauty and heaviness of Emma Ruth Rundle intimate performance at Axis Club in Toronto. A spiritual force of nature's music. @theaxisclub @emmaruthrundle

Sunil Singh

WRITER
Sunil Singh has been enjoying live music for six decades now. He has seen over 300 shows, with his first life-changing one in 1986, seeing Metallica on their Master Of Puppets Tour.


He now writes articles and concert and album reviews for MetalTalk, specialising in the stoner/desert/doom scene. Sunil says his favourite band of all time is Thin Lizzy, followed by Heart, Monster Magnet, Black Sabbath, The Allman Brothers Band, Pink Floyd, Kyuss, Hendrix, Soundgarden, Fu Manchu, and Colour Haze.

Sunil will release his book Sonic Seducer: Lust For Life With Our Heaviest Moments, Memories, and Magic of  Rock and Roll, this fall.

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