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.
Joel Plaskett, Rob Benvie, Ian McGettigan and Cliff Gibb will be revisiting their Halifax indie rock roots as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of Thrush Hermit’s second and final album, Clayton Park.
Legendary Halifax DJ and producer Jorun Bombay has joined forces once again with Philadelphia-based DJ and rapper Phill Most Chill for a new 7″ single on UK imprint, AE Productions.
“I walked out halfway through. I couldn’t take it any more. As far as I can tell from the first half, this is a movie made by the mentally warped for the mentally warped.”
The Cannabis Lumberjack is the ultimate commemoration to the quintessential Canadian stoner rock band that has yet to exist. Get your t-shirt via PENSION Clothing by pre-order only.
Across This Land is a 1973 concert film featuring Stompin’ Tom Connors, and it will hit you in your nostalgic Canadian feels like a warm glob of maple syrup.
Alright folks, put your liberty caps on. We’re collecting anonymous shroom stories: the best, the worst, the first, the last. We’re picking our favourites and serving them up in our next installment in the User Friendly series.
Iggy Pop’s favourite Halifax punk band is back with another five tracks to shovel onto their piling repertoire. Check out Unknown Pleathers, and pre-order your copy of the limited edition 7″ via Sewercide Records.
“The 2018 festival brings a new kind of music experience not found throughout the year in Halifax.”