“Black Wool” is the six minute opener to Long Lights, the latest collection of coarse and contemporary folk rock from Penny Blacks. Originating from Saint John, New Brunswick, Penny Blacks have been trekking their new album live across Eastern Canada since late September, and they’ve crowned their successful run with a brand new video for the album’s outset track.
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.
After a few transit delays due to record breaking wind storms in Newfoundland, the limited edition cassettes of Astral Gunk’s Buzzin’ are now available via Secret East Records!
Jon McKiel’s Memorial Ten Count is a collection of tough-love tracks that explore complex themes of familial ties and living in an unstable modern world.
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.
Take an exclusive first listen to Astral Gunk’s raw 8 song masterpiece, and then buzz on over to Secret East Records to stream it for free, buy the immediate digital download, or order the limited edition cassette.
“This is a compilation album of newish bands in St. John’s. It is dedicated to all the women, queer, trans and marginalized pals who have picked up instruments for the first time and taken up space in the spirit of making our community more inclusive.”
If you’ve ever been to a Newfoundland wedding or kitchen party, chances are you’ve been subjected to the dance craze of “The Newfie Stomp”. But have you ever heard of the “Duckworth Stomp”? Check out this vague 1974 hard rock anthem about partying in St. John’s by London, Ontario’s Thundermug.