In our ongoing effort of digging up lost slices of lost Atlantic Canadiana, we’ve been previewing some of the more interesting photos we’ve found our Instagram feed.
For the sixth video from the Haliburton Live Sessions, watch AAIESIEUX make noise in the basement of Fred’s Records using scrap hardware, a jar of water, and a bunch of modded pedals.
That guy in the weed shirt is somebody’s uncle and we wanna know who.
The musical roots of the Guelph’s Bonnie Trash go deeper than their time in the psych rock band The Folk, or even their teenage instrumental punk band Red Rosary. The dark blend of art rock and menacing pop produced by the duo is entirely composed by twin sisters Sarafina and Emmalia Bortolon-Vettor, and that’s about as deep of a musical connection as you can find.
With a video for “Wrong Way Sign” from their new LP Poison Future, we spoke with Joe of Protruders about the album, the band, the pros and cons of punk nostalgia, and more.
To mark the four year anniversary since the St. John’s community tragically lost Blair Tulk, we’ve jumped back a decade to revisit this great 2009 interview with First Offence via issue #2 of the Species at Risk punk zine.
Visual artist Patrick Canning breaks down the process behind the new video from St. John’s angular pop trio, Property.
From ambient drone and Spanish power pop, to grinding crust punk and occupational health and safety-themed hardcore: check out four new delightfully weird releases from around Atlantic Canada.
The streaming company that continues to receive criticism for unfair artist compensation is giving away a product that has raised concerns over potential privacy issues for smart home devices… Learn how you can claim your free Google Home Mini with your Spotify premium account!