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.
Hear the newest track from Hard Ticket’s forthcoming release on Secret East Records, and pre-order the limited edition cassette bundle which includes an advance digital download, 2 posters and a button pack.
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.
The second volume in the Secret East Records cassette series is the anticipated sophomore album of saucy power pop from St. John’s Hard Ticket. Check out the premiere track “Tongue” from the upcoming album entitled What Odds.
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.
Catching up with Outtacontroller bassist Matt Grace to discuss the holdup and release of the Television Zombie LP, as well as receiving fan mail from the most unexpected of places.
Crossed Wires’ eponymous EP could easily take the cake as the best release to come out of Atlantic Canada this past summer season. This debut offering from the Wires is nothing less than infectious and impressive without even considering the fact that it’s the first release of a project that’s only straddling a mere six months of existence. Despite being their earliest effort, the EP carries an audible chemistry that could be mistaken for a band that’s already seen the process a few times over.
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 Grubbies’ jam-space is a basement deep in Halifax’s residential north end. The stuffy room is decorated with mattresses propped up against windows, pillows and egg cartons strapped to vents, old coffee cups, tall cans of beer, and coke bottles. Wires hang from the ceiling and cover the floor. It’s not messy, but it’s lived in. And it’s the jam-spot of more than a few local bands; artists like the Saffrons, Walrus, Shadow Folk, Robert Loveless and Scott Nicks practice in the space.