Across This Land is a 1973 concert film featuring Stompin’ Tom Connors, and it will hit you in your nostalgic Canadian feels like a warm glob of maple syrup.
As we crawl closer to the October 6th drop of Geinus’ Keeper on Brokest Records, we’re ecstatic to release another exclusive preview from the eight song album.
The original signage of a St. John’s clothing store ran by two Polish WWII Freedom Fighters was discovered during renovations to the downtown restaurant.
Alright folks, put your liberty caps on. We’re collecting anonymous shroom stories: the best, the worst, the first, the last. We’re picking our favourites and serving them up in our next installment in the User Friendly series.
The short-lived St. John’s garage duo’s in-store performance at Fred’s Records on September 14th was their third and final show for the foreseeable future.
The whiz kid of ominous and psychedelic trap beats from Grand Falls is still hard at work, and this time he has created a diamond under “PRESSURE”.
Iggy Pop’s favourite Halifax punk band is back with another five tracks to shovel onto their piling repertoire. Check out Unknown Pleathers, and pre-order your copy of the limited edition 7″ via Sewercide Records.
Billy Talent’s Ian D’Sa and Aaron Solowoniuk crashed Silly Talent’s 2AM cover set in St. John’s and joined them for a very special encore.
There are no shortage of crashes and mishaps during the annual 2,200 kilometre tarmac rally race, and internet rubberneckers have been eating up the videos.