As the National Basketball League of Canada Atlantic Division finals heats up into a best-of-seven series, we reached out to NBL Commissioner Dave Magley for an update on the potential league expansion to St. John’s, NL in 2018.
Slow Death were Prince Edward Island’s first hardcore punk band, and after 31 years their sole 1985 recording has finally found its way to vinyl. Check out our chat with Unknown Coast Records founder Davis Brown about the importance of a reissue label in Atlantic Canada, and why Slow Death is the perfect starting point.
Indulge in our 80 track youtube playlist of perfect stab-you-in-the-background music to accompany your costume making, candy eating, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, ouija boarding, punch spiking, bedroom roleplaying, and all other seasonally appropriate activities.
By popular query and polite demand we are now opening up submissions for poetry and short fiction selections on the Secret East webzine, and we’re quite excited to crack the floodgates for all you delightful wordsmiths.
The first Shed Island 2 lineup announcement is here, and it’s already shaping up to be the notable summer highlight on any St. John’s showgoer’s calendar with such acts as Crosss, Kestrels, Best Fiends, Acousma, Crossed Wires, Unreal Thought, Fog Lake, Jonny & The Cowabungas, and many more yet to be announced.
Have a listen to our conversation with Shed Island organizers Micah Brown & Glen May, and browse our comprehensive look at the first wave of acts announced for Shed Island 2.