After touring Europe and promoting their latest record, New Brunswick’s atmospheric doom duo have crafted a very special performance piece for their first Maritimes tour in a year and a half.
Grand Falls-Windsor’s young and burgeoning producer has taken some time away from his wide-reaching international collaborative work to drop a brand new beat tape of psychedelic trap instrumentals.
EP10 is a 2 track, 70+ minute soundscape that finds Bates strip away the murky pop melodies of his previous projects for a whirring, tonally impenetrable wall of hovering, mesmeric synth-heavy drone.
Within the last few weeks, a bedraggled VHS tape surfaced containing some vital footage of Newfoundland’s punk rock history. Though recovering the previously unseen video was anything but a clean process, our pal Alex Rumboldt got his hands dirty for the greater good of archiving this fundamental tape.
Brandon are a new emo band comprised of four Atlantic Canadian expats by way of Montréal. On the heels of their debut EP, we grabbed the opportunity to crack open Brandon’s new video for the track “Tonic Water”.
Nova Scotia’s Steb Sly is an understated pioneer in Canadian electronic music. Check out our chat with Sly as we cover an eclectic career ranging from breakdancing and beatmaking in the 1980s, cutting techno records in the 1990s, scoring high profile video games like Mass Effect in the 2000s, to presently hosting a wealth of live stream sessions in the 2010s.
Following the recent release of their debut EP, CONDITIONER have gifted us with a music video comprised of fuzzy found footage from throwback TV commercials.
“We love you dearly, and we would like to thank you for 40 years of a really great time”, Tom Petty told the Hollywood Bowl audience just a week before his death. Watch Petty close his final show with “American Girl”.
As a Secret East salute to the recent passing of the Austrian strongman and wrestling icon Otto Wanz, we dug up some footage of him going belly-to-belly with Newfoundland wrestling legend Sailor White in 1981.