On January 14th, the matriarch of Fredericton avant-rock dropped a new video for their song “Bird Chirp“, and officially announced the release date of their anticipated upcoming album. On March 1st, Motherhood will release Dear Bongo, a brand new composition featuring nine tracks produced by Kyle Cunjak
Before we roll out our wrap-up of the HPX 2016 festivities, we wanted to share this great piece of throwback video from Much Music’s 1994 coverage of Halifax Pop Explosion. This found footage features Eric’s Trip, Thrush Hermit, Sunny Day Real Estate, Blonde Red Head, Treble Charger, Hardship Post and much more.
Mike Roy sits down with Jessie Stein of The Luyas ahead of their appearance at Halifax Pop Explosion to discuss the recent resurgence of the group including their new EP, their return to tour life, and finding inspiration both inside and outside of the music industry.
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.
Secret East TV brings you St. John’s two-piece Nicer as they jam Ranger and Waxwing live off the floor of Suvla Estates.
For the first episode of our Night In Live Sessions series, Secret East TV is proud to present the exclusive first glimpse of Ghost Pills – – St. John’s newest pop punk rock outfit featuring members of Pet Vet, Little Things & Clocked In.
The band’s name comes from a British TV series created by Neil Gaiman, called Neverwhere. The series is set in “London Below” which is a magical realm that co-exists with the real world “London Above”.
You can catch London Above on October 10th at MUN’s campus bar, The Breezeway. Or almost anywhere else in downtown St. John’s where live music is played.
Trees Speak Breeze is an alternative indie-rock project hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia. What started as a teenager’s basement solo project has recently transformed into something much greater; a full band, indie-rock anomaly. I sat down with Josh Horner, the backbone of the group to get the scoop on where the project is going.
Dave Lahey (Guitar/Vocals) and Shaun McCabe (Drums/Vocals) do well to fill any potential emptiness left by their minimalist setup with a deceivingly large sound, memorable songwriting, and a streak of ambitious activity to compliment their debut release.