To mark the four year anniversary since the St. John’s community tragically lost Blair Tulk, we’ve jumped back a decade to revisit this great 2009 interview with First Offence via issue #2 of the Species at Risk punk zine.
The short-lived St. John’s garage duo’s in-store performance at Fred’s Records on September 14th was their third and final show for the foreseeable future.
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.
Best Fiends are back to champ at the rock and roll bit, and continue to prove that there is still flavour to be found in the bubblegum rock song, it just depends on how you chew it. Check out the video for their new single “Another Love Song”, as well as our chat with Keith McFadden about residency, romance and keeping rock n’ roll fun.
St. John’s newest punk trio have capped off an eventful summer with the release of their debut 6 song demo tape. Stream the cassette in its digital entirety.
We think they should cover the whole album and call it “Bad Milk for Bad People”.
It’s come home week for St. John’s punk rock with a reuniting Once Loved, and the 20th anniversary of Molotov Smile. We caught up with Once Loved vocalist Kyle Hynes before his flight home from Ontario to pick his brain on the influence of Molotov Smile, and to find out what Once Loved may have in store for their weekend in St. John’s.
Residents of Brazil Street (St. John’s, NL) didn’t know what they had comin’ to them when the “Party On Da Amazon” Backyard BBQ Bash got underway last Sunday (August 24th, 2014).
The tightly squeezed hill of row houses rumbled with the sounds of seven very diverse acts ranging from Punk Rock and Noise to Psych Rock and Hip-Hop.