Sitting on the dock of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Penny Blacks stripped down to their roots rock skivvies for the Tiny Boat Concerts video sessions.
“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.
Take an exclusive first listen to the track “Letter To My Son” from David R. Elliott’s upcoming album entitled Strawberry Grass (June 20th, Working Class Records).
New Brunswick psych punks Wooden Wives are calling it quits after ten years, and they’ve marked the occasion with their final album Workers! Strike Down These Enemies of Victory. Check out one last correspondence with guitarist, vocalist and saxophonist Jud Crandall
Spieling on Wooden Wives new single, upcoming album, and why a personal revelation with their music stoked the fire under Secret East’s ass.
For someone who’s used to producing his works in one fell swoop, David R. Elliott’s newest album, Sunshine, is just the opposite of that. Sunshine spans over seven years of Elliott’s life and took longer to produce because it wasn’t born of one specific aesthetic.
Learning provoke Saint John nostalgia with their newest album entitled Dirger, and it drops tomorrow (July 24th) via Sharktooth Records.
We chat with Stegosaurus guitarist/vocalist Stuart Buckley about the recording process of PUMMELED, Stegosaurus summer schedule, Sharktooth Records, and a brief guide to your “essentials to the scene” for St. John, NB.