With his third video this year, Dope Piece is not only proving his place as a prolific St. John’s phenom of an emcee, but also as a determined artist in the medium of self-produced music videos.
From one spring to another, Halifax trio Crossed Wires have dropped a batch of tour dates, as well as a seasonally appropriate music video, to followup their 2016 False Spring EP.
After a solid 2016 churned out a new album, some interesting collaborations, and a slew of live performances, St. John’s emcee Dope Piece shows no sign of slowing down in the new year with his latest video offering.
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.
Hard Ticket take a break from smoking weed in their underwear to drop a new song and video as a tease of the upcoming sophomore album titled What Odds.
Our favourite St. John’s psych surfstrumentalists offer a flipbook style music video for their track “Chipz & Pepsi”.
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.
Fog Lake’s summer release Victoria Park has received yet another great visual accompaniment, and this time it’s for the track “Bury My Dead Horses”. The video is a creation by Jam King of Family Video, and the current live bass player for Fog Lake. The footage was shot during a trip to Iceland.
Fog Lake released a brand new video this week for the track “Shanty Town”, and it’s a collaboration directed and assembled by Santa Barbara, California based cinematographer Tyler T. Williams.