Take an airplane spin into the regional glory days of the Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling territory. Take in hours of found footage, some historic visits by legendary performers, and a profile on some of the faces and heels that were stronger than waffle house coffee.
If you’ve ever been to a Newfoundland wedding or kitchen party, chances are you’ve been subjected to the dance craze of “The Newfie Stomp”. But have you ever heard of the “Duckworth Stomp”? Check out this vague 1974 hard rock anthem about partying in St. John’s by London, Ontario’s Thundermug.
MC Snax the Mount Pearl mac is back with his sixth sonic attack, and this time he’s hungry to help.
In 2006 a news hit from a small Alaskan town called Ravenstoke went viral; the video features NTV News anchor Glen Carter playing reporter Chuck Peterson. Ravenstoke, Chuck Peterson and the story in the video are all made up, but the weirdness is very real.
When Cedric Noel asked Tate Lejeune to be part of a performance for a portion of the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival’s FUZE series in August, the match spoke volumes. What started as a one-day challenge is now CNUS – Cedric Noel and Union Suit, who just released their new album Empathy, Please.
St. John’s indie rock outfit Sleepy are the screaming whisper of local artists; that is to say their music falls somewhere between hooky indie and straight up garage pop. This week the band released a video for the track ‘Bahamas’ which appears on their 2015 release Asleep at the Switch.
The first time I ever bought weed, I sealed the deal over MSN. I was 14 and the year was 2005. You didn’t worry about the NSA back then, but a much more terrifying acronym which represented heavy surveillance, PAW (parents are watching).
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
Spoken Word St. John’s is celebrating its 2-year anniversary this Sunday, and you can be a part of the poetry party. Join them at 7:30 PM @ The Ship Pub.