Iggy Pop keeps playing Nova Scotia’s Booji Boys on his BBC Radio 6 show. You’ll understand why after checking out their second full-length album of 2017.
As we ease our post-holiday headaches into a brand new year, we’ve decided to take on the daunting task of crafting a master list of Atlantic Canada’s musical contributions in 2017.
This Saturday marks the first fundraising doubleheader for St. John’s newest music and arts festival taking place August 23rd-25th, 2018.
Since Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age has made headlines for kicking a photographer in the head, cutting himself with a knife, and berating a California audience, perhaps St. John’s can feel less bad about that time they pelted him with shoes in 2008.
We’ve spent plenty of hours sharing VHS rips of lost Atlantic Canadian punk rock, so it is about damn time that we’re able to enjoy contemporary St. John’s punk in the same sentimental fuzzy format.
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.
The previously self-released EP by the St. John’s punk band has been pressed to 7″ record by California-based label Warthog Speak.
“Black Wool” is the six minute opener to Long Lights, the latest collection of coarse and contemporary folk rock from Penny Blacks. Originating from Saint John, New Brunswick, Penny Blacks have been trekking their new album live across Eastern Canada since late September, and they’ve crowned their successful run with a brand new video for the album’s outset track.