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.
Best Fiends are back to champ at the rock and roll bit, and continue to prove that there is still flavour to be found in the bubblegum rock song, it just depends on how you chew it. Check out the video for their new single “Another Love Song”, as well as our chat with Keith McFadden about residency, romance and keeping rock n’ roll fun.
We think they should cover the whole album and call it “Bad Milk for Bad People”.
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.
Ben Burnett chats with Halifax garage rockers Best Fiends about their new album, fitting into a new scene, and the band’s romantic origin story.
Ben Burnett catches up with Justin Murphy of Halifax’s Poncho Records to get the ins-and-outs of running a small label in the Maritimes, how talented friends can bring a label a long way, and the making of the Poncho Records Compilations.
Just in time for the Spring Equinox, Nova Scotia’s Free Mansons have released their first new track of this year. We corresponded with Francisco Lopes to discuss the detailed history of Free Mansons including the extensive travels, both physical and spiritual – as well as the ritual of recording, and expressing art as a form of magic.
From the vault we bring you an early 2014 conversation from Evan Mumford with Sackville, NB’s heart and soul of punk n’ roll – the Great Kappa Chow.
There’s a signature thickness in Pet Vet’s tone and a certain fuzz that finds a comfortable place in a warm creaseless and rich rounded signal, with necessary blanket holes that expose the jagged treads of teething guitars that fight to cut through, but are kept tastefully bedded amongst the deep pocket rhythm.