Tag Archives: Atlantic Canada

BlueKaffee or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Write the Blog

On BlueKaffee, people were sharing their innermost experiences, like the trauma of being a teenager, or the excitement of seeing a new girlfriend or boyfriend, with people that they ran into in math class every day […] That just wasn’t a thing then. So for a lot of us it was an exposure to social networking with peers that they knew in real life before that was a common experience.

Evan Mumford On Why Television Zombie by OUTTACONTROLLER is Perfect

1) Television.
2) Girlfriend.
3) Quitting a job.

These three pop punk tropes are examples of why pop punk can be the greatest genre or the absolute worse. Tropes #1 and #3 aren’t so much troublesome as they are tired; it’s #2 that is the problem child. This is where pop punk straddles the line of being charming & romantic and creepy & sexist. You show me Jawbreaker’s “Want” and I’ll flash Screeching Weasel’s “I Don’t Wanna Be Friends.”

Secret East Seeks You

Secret East is a platform not only committed to covering Atlantic Canadian arts and culture, but to weave an ever-growing network of originality and creativity across the Atlantic region. This is a labor of love, and our small start-up team can’t do it alone.

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