The origin of the Memorial University campus-wide ban on skateboarding in the late 1990s. Articles clipped from the pages of the Muse newspaper on July 26th, 1996.
With less than 2 years of musical output, 21-year-old Newfoundland hip-hop artist Albert Dalton has already dropped a mixtape, 4 EP’s, 4 singles, a collaborative album, as well as over ten feature credits. Check out his latest video.
In our ongoing effort of digging up lost slices of lost Atlantic Canadiana, we’ve been previewing some of our favourite photo finds on our Instagram feed.
We dove into the archives for some in-depth press coverage from 1917 of Newfoundland’s first Memorial Day ceremony, just one year after 700+ young Newfoundlanders were decimated in the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel.
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.
Follow our Golden Pages project as we roll out weekly gems from our ongoing collection of vintage Newfoundland print ads clipped from the pages of newspapers, magazines, phonebooks and more.
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.
Join us for an evening of gritty Canadian art rock on Saturday, May 25th at The Ship for Lawnya Vawnya in St. John’s.