Mike Roy pens his personal experience as organizer, bartender and spectator of SappyFest XI in Sackville, NB.
Vulva Culture are teaming up with Kurt Inder and company for what might be the quintessential Haligonian dream pop roadshow. Catch them across Eastern Canada from February 11th-19th.
We caught up with Kurt Inder for a six month update to chat about his relocation to Halifax, his new album, and coming back to Newfoundland as an expat touring act for Shed Island 2.
Jordan Murphy of Halifax psych-pop outfit Walrus talks about planning their American spring tour, their upcoming debut LP, and much more.
Kurt Inder discusses the process of making his brand new album, his plans for the future, and why his Mom might be worried about how he’s doing when she hears his music.
Secret East catches up with Marcus McLaughlin to get the latest on Bleu.
Though Thursday at Bar None was already a weekend’s worth of partying, dancing and musical intake – our bodies are capable of second and third winds for a reason.
The reason this weekend is Shed Island.
Chris’ uncle came to our show and we stayed at his insane house in some insane Edmonton suburb. Chris’ uncle, a self-proclaimed “grungy motherfucker”, was a big Coach Longlegs supporter who also claims that his Fort Mac work-crew love our song “Give a shit” and often quote the chorus.