With less than 2 years of musical output, 21-year-old Newfoundland hip-hop artist Albert Dalton has already dropped a mixtape, 4 EP’s, 4 singles, a collaborative album, as well as over ten feature credits. Check out his latest video.
Visual artist Patrick Canning breaks down the process behind the new video from St. John’s angular pop trio, Property.
Check out the 10 most viewed Newfoundland uploads on YouTube which include crashing sports cars, collapsing icebergs, exploding whales, and of course, The White Stripes.
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.
In 2006 a news hit from a small Alaskan town called Ravenstoke went viral; the video features NTV News anchor Glen Carter playing reporter Chuck Peterson. Ravenstoke, Chuck Peterson and the story in the video are all made up, but the weirdness is very real.
Our favourite St. John’s psych surfstrumentalists offer a flipbook style music video for their track “Chipz & Pepsi”.
St. John’s indie rock outfit Sleepy are the screaming whisper of local artists; that is to say their music falls somewhere between hooky indie and straight up garage pop. This week the band released a video for the track ‘Bahamas’ which appears on their 2015 release Asleep at the Switch.
Fog Lake released a brand new video this week for the track “Shanty Town”, and it’s a collaboration directed and assembled by Santa Barbara, California based cinematographer Tyler T. Williams.
“I started spending summers and Christmas in St. John’s around 1990 … There were fewer bands doing original music then, although even at that time there was a knot of hardcore punky bands and other bands doing original music at all ages shows, playing the Peace-A-Chord, etc.”