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.
Take an inside look at Conditioner’s Lost Opus video session filmed during their recent trip to Pop Montreal.
Yee Grlz continue their punchy punk poignancy by embracing contagious choruses and cathartic discord as two barbs on the same hook.
Iggy Pop keeps playing Nova Scotia’s Booji Boys on his BBC Radio 6 show. You’ll understand why after checking out their second full-length album of 2017.
Brandon are a new emo band comprised of four Atlantic Canadian expats by way of Montréal. On the heels of their debut EP, we grabbed the opportunity to crack open Brandon’s new video for the track “Tonic Water”.
Following the recent release of their debut EP, CONDITIONER have gifted us with a music video comprised of fuzzy found footage from throwback TV commercials.
Though it has been a decade since Vancouver’s Daggermouth dropped their two classic pop punk albums, their influence has been celebrated with pure enthusiasm by an East Coast audience who eagerly awaits their Newfoundland debut.
From one spring to another, Halifax trio Crossed Wires have dropped a batch of tour dates, as well as a seasonally appropriate music video, to followup their 2016 False Spring EP.
Hard Ticket take a break from smoking weed in their underwear to drop a new song and video as a tease of the upcoming sophomore album titled What Odds.