With a concert, jam session, and multiple panels, this year’s LeakyCon had a wide variety of wizard rock-related programming.
Tagged: Wizard Rock
Episode 24 of “Potterversity” wrocks out with an exploration of wizard rock from the perspective of a musician, fan, and scholar.
Get ready, wizard rock fans! The Wizrocklopedia Compilation Club is back and more magical than ever.
A new wizard rock compilation album is hoping to put its own spin on the genre while raising money for the Trevor Project.
A new wizard rock compilation album, “Transfiguration: A Wrock Comp for Trans Rights”, is bringing humor and heart to a difficult discourse within the Wizarding World fandom. Find out more about the album from our interview with one of its organizers!
Wizard rockers Harry and the Potters made a valid point about the relative cheapness of Ollivander’s wands. But could the Ministry of Magic make it possible for business to boom even when sales are low?
Harry and the Potters are back with their first album in 13 years. MuggleNet reviews this fun and political LP, “Lumos”.
While there is still over a month until the band’s album “Lumos” drops, we have our first glimpse into its overtly political sound with new single “The Trace.”
Earlier this week, Harry and the Potters announced its first full-length album in 13 years, launching a Kickstarter to fund the record’s production. After only 48 hours on the site, the band has met and exceeded its $10,000 goal.