All posts by Micaela Cockburn

Music Video: Rich Aucoin’s ‘Release’ Is Classy Yet Meditative

It has been over three years now since Halifax’s Rich Aucoin released Ephemeral, and maybe for good reason. The amount of energy, creative or otherwise, that he’s invested into his projects go above and beyond. And while his new video for his sing ‘Release’ is fairly straightforward, it serves as no exception: getting dressed up in a suit and going out to float in the ocean isn’t necessarily an every-day event. Continue reading Music Video: Rich Aucoin’s ‘Release’ Is Classy Yet Meditative

New Music: The Basin Brothers’ ‘Country Paranoid’

Hailing from Hants County, Nova Scotia, The Basin Brothers released their debut album this past October. Staying true to their self-proclaimed genre of “cosmic country,” this album takes the listener on a journey through different areas of country, all wrapped up in one 10-track package.
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Music Video: Womb To Tomb’s ‘Meat & Bones’ Offers A Powerful Message

Womb To Tomb have addressed one of the hottest topics of 2017 with a new music video. Their song ‘Meat & Bones’ was released as a teaser announcement just ahead of a show at Peppers Pub in Saint John. The video, which was show live at Pub Down Under by Emily St. Pierre and Abigail Smith, sends a powerful message. Continue reading Music Video: Womb To Tomb’s ‘Meat & Bones’ Offers A Powerful Message

Faire Communauté/Creating Community: Literary Event Aims to Unite Local Culture and Celebrate Language Diversity

From November 28th through to December 9th, twelve authors from different horizons and across the province will unite to share stories about what culture means to them for all who would like to listen. The Faire Communauté/Creating Community bilingual literary event will be making six stops around New Brunswick in an effort to unite communities, linguistic or otherwise, and celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity. Continue reading Faire Communauté/Creating Community: Literary Event Aims to Unite Local Culture and Celebrate Language Diversity