For over three decades, one of Mount Pearl’s big contributions to Newfoundland & Labrador art and culture has been punk rock music.
Mixing and mastering duties were carried out by Daryl Palumbo, a personal hero of Milley, and frontman for bands Glassjaw, Head Automatica and Color Film. In addition to producing the album, Palumbo also takes vocal duties on the tracks “Headrest” and “Big Figure”.
Folk songwriter Kyle Gryphon debuts his new album with a haunting ballad of the broken working Newfoundlander: “don’t think, don’t feel, get back to work.”
“The music and the sounds beneath were captured that night on this exclusive “Live at Almon Billiards” recording, almost not having seen the light of day due to the sound equipment having almost been drenched in a pitcher of cheap beer when a drunkard sloppily fell after having one too many shots of Jameson.”
Some Halifax R N’ R as thick as that gravy on your hot turkey sandwich. Here’s our exclusive premiere of the opening track from the upcoming SMOLY HOAX album.
Join us for an evening of gritty Canadian art rock on Saturday, May 25th at The Ship for Lawnya Vawnya in St. John’s.
With a video for “Wrong Way Sign” from their new LP Poison Future, we spoke with Joe of Protruders about the album, the band, the pros and cons of punk nostalgia, and more.
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.
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.