The sixth edition of Lawnya Vawnya: An Exposition of Independent Art and Culture, is ready to kick off tonight in St. John’s, NL. Check out our first rundown from visiting contributor Mike Roy (Sackville, NB) as he jumps in with a few blurbs on some of his most anticipated festival selections.
Now free from the contractual servitude of corporate comedy, comedians of St. John’s are free to write their own next chapter.
Factory launches their new hip-hop event ALL CAPS this Friday, April 15th, with rappers; Moyst, G Smooth, Sir-Ill, Mak11, Lee Fitz, and DJ Spank on the 1’s and 2’s.
Vulva Culture are teaming up with Kurt Inder and company for what might be the quintessential Haligonian dream pop roadshow. Catch them across Eastern Canada from February 11th-19th.
Check out two great selections from 2012 capturing the first live performance of Waterman & Milley, and head down to Distortion tonight to catch a personal slice of what the dyad is up to almost four years later.
The Mudflowers are playing at The Levee in St. John’s tonight to celebrate the release of their new self-titled EP, along with The Lurks, and the infamous Jonny and the Cowabungas. Check their bandcamp for a sneak peak of their two new singles Bed Wetter and Fallin’ Asleep, both are solid jams so you’re going to want to sing along
August is an exciting time to be in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Let’s see, you’ve got George Street Fest, the Folk Festival in Bannerman Park, the Downtown Busker Festival, Shed Island, HOLD FAST and even more that I am probably forgetting, or maybe haven’t heard of
Revisit the swamp magic that lingers like a dust trail in the Sackville air as Ben Burnett gets up close and personal with his account of SappyFest X.
Jane Blanchard recounts her personal experience at the Shifty Bits Circus which took place July 23-26 in Fredericton, NB. Photo accompaniment courtesy of Chris Giles.