Country music tends to be quite divisive when asking the opinions of music lovers. There’s the people that don’t give it a chance at all, those who live and breathe it, and then the really picky people that claim to only like ‘real’ country. It’s not often you come across a singer/songwriter who can dip into that country sound while still keeping a traditional blues and folk style, but Ian Janes does it flawlessly. Continue reading New Music: From Dartmouth To Nashville — Ian Janes Releases ‘I Can’t Remember Never Loving You’
Inspiration can come from any number of things and can strike you at any time. Whether it’s the optimism of a bright new day or the loneliness of separation and isolation, you never know what could spark that first idea. Fredericton’s Denmother takes you through a new 4 track EP that shows how sometimes the bright side of things might not always have the inspiration you need. Continue reading New Music: Fredericton’s DenMother Releases Synthful EP ‘Now It All Comes’
It’s that time of year again; families are busily trying to get ready for the holidays, Christmas music is playing everywhere you go, and that Atlantic Canadian winter weather had started to work its way in. Most would say that the warmth and love felt over the holiday season is enough to make it the most joyous season of the year, but not Fredericton’s Wicked Vices. With the release of their newest single ‘Irish Goodbye,’ they show that no holiday season is complete without some hard rock with post-industrial undertones to really get those ears ringing with holiday cheer. Continue reading Single: Wicked Vices’ Hard Rocking ‘Irish Goodbye’
Looking for a little bit of musical relaxation to help unplug and unwind? Halifax’s Two Deaths might have just what you need. On November 27th the duo released their first single, ‘Don’t Water Down the Gun’, a slow-paced, simple, and melodic tune that is sure to help you escape from those every-day stressors, well, at least for a minute or two.
Continue reading Music Video: Two Deaths Release Debut Single ‘Don’t Water Down The Gun’
What began years ago as a solo effort for Jordan Doucet evolved from a few guitar and piano tracks into one of the heaviest punk albums of the 2017. That’s exactly what Halifax’s Gun Jr. did on their new album The Shakes, which came out Friday, October 13th, and to do that, they needed to get messy. Continue reading New Music: Gun Jr. Get Noisy On ‘The Shakes’