On the heels of local success, Long Harbour’s Dead Reckoning moved to Toronto where they performed before a studio audience on Dini Petty’s popular Canadian talk show.
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”.
Recorded in 1920 and released by Okeh Records, “Crazy Blues” stands out as possibly the very first vocal blues record made by an African American woman.
The Krystals formed in 1966 when a young Dutch engineer relocated to Labrador City for work in his field, but soon found himself resuming a role in his other area of expertise: rock n’ roll.
“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.”
On the May 24th weekend of 2018, members of Joe Grizzly broke their brief hiatus and made trek from St. John’s to central Newfoundland with hopes of laying down a new record at a family cabin in Green Bay.
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.
Rita MacNeil introducing Sloan on her show in 1995 should be featured on Canadian Heritage Minutes.
That guy in the weed shirt is somebody’s uncle and we wanna know who.