We caught up with the hardworking Halifax noise rock trio on the brink of their Eastern Canadian tour to discuss the new live video, their prolific pace, and the plan for Botfly to hit every province in 2018.
If you’re looking for the kind of hardcore show that’ll make you wanna trade that plastic leprechaun hat and green beer for a Black Flag shirt and some sweet leaf, don’t miss Halifax sludge punks Wax this weekend in St. John’s.
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.
As we ease our post-holiday headaches into a brand new year, we’ve decided to take on the daunting task of crafting a master list of Atlantic Canada’s musical contributions in 2017.
EP10 is a 2 track, 70+ minute soundscape that finds Bates strip away the murky pop melodies of his previous projects for a whirring, tonally impenetrable wall of hovering, mesmeric synth-heavy drone.
Here is your schedule for the Halifax Pop Explosion 2017 double-decker kickoff party tonight at the Seahorse Tavern and Marquee Ballroom.
The 71 year old Bridgewater-born actor was best known for his role as Mr. Lahey in Trailer Park Boys, though his repertoire spans television, film, theatre and provincial politics.
Brandon are a new emo band comprised of four Atlantic Canadian expats by way of Montréal. On the heels of their debut EP, we grabbed the opportunity to crack open Brandon’s new video for the track “Tonic Water”.
Nova Scotia’s Steb Sly is an understated pioneer in Canadian electronic music. Check out our chat with Sly as we cover an eclectic career ranging from breakdancing and beatmaking in the 1980s, cutting techno records in the 1990s, scoring high profile video games like Mass Effect in the 2000s, to presently hosting a wealth of live stream sessions in the 2010s.