After a monumental misstep, the former pioneer of social media has erased 12 years of archived media, including over 50 million songs.
MC Snax the Mount Pearl mac is back with his sixth sonic attack, and this time he’s hungry to help.
Factory launches their new hip-hop event ALL CAPS this Friday, April 15th, with rappers; Moyst, G Smooth, Sir-Ill, Mak11, Lee Fitz, and DJ Spank on the 1’s and 2’s.
When Cedric Noel asked Tate Lejeune to be part of a performance for a portion of the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival’s FUZE series in August, the match spoke volumes. What started as a one-day challenge is now CNUS – Cedric Noel and Union Suit, who just released their new album Empathy, Please.
Kieran O’Connell chats with Kuronuma member Jack Heneghan about bridging the age gap that’s separating the abundant bar-show circuit and the struggling all ages scene, while gaining notoriety in unique places through an online presence. Oh yeah, and the current political landscape regarding anime in Canada
The Mudflowers are playing at The Levee in St. John’s tonight to celebrate the release of their new self-titled EP, along with The Lurks, and the infamous Jonny and the Cowabungas. Check their bandcamp for a sneak peak of their two new singles Bed Wetter and Fallin’ Asleep, both are solid jams so you’re going to want to sing along
Six happenings in St. John’s that you might have missed this week, or don’t want to miss this weekend:
A Cowabunga wedding with a honeymoon tour kickoff, local short film Flankers now available for full stream, local emcee MAK11 drops debut video and prepares for Random Sound, Trouble Bound Studio presents St. John’s first ever tattoo convention, mainstay rock venue Distortion turns 9, and Neon Satori prepare another family-friendly and free afternoon EDM party at Bannerman park.
“I started spending summers and Christmas in St. John’s around 1990 … There were fewer bands doing original music then, although even at that time there was a knot of hardcore punky bands and other bands doing original music at all ages shows, playing the Peace-A-Chord, etc.”
Rumblin Thunder (prod. AKOGOLD) is the track for Newfoundland based rapper Moyst’s latest video. The track is a percussive exercise in polished hip-hop lyricism, and is suited with a two-minute visual trip courtesy of videographer Mike Simms.