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’
Surfacing after an extensive bath in the uncleaned grease traps that lie in Fredericton hardcore act Deep Fryer is their new EP Rockin’ Right Hard. A product that leaves you with the same feeling of overindulgence as the Dixie Lee chicken on the cover, only with less regret, and you sweat out the calories instead on consuming them. Continue reading New Music: Deep Fryer’s ‘Rockin’ Right Hard’ Is Greasier Than A Bucket of Dixie Lee
Earlier this year, ten fibreglass salmon sculptures were created through a public art initiative coordinated by Discover Saint John and the Province of New Brunswick. Standing at six feet tall, the salmon sculptures would be painted by local artists and placed around Saint John’s uptown as an “urban kaleidoscope.” One of the ten salmon pieces went missing this week. Continue reading The Case Of The Missing Salmon: Artwork Stolen From Uptown Saint John
We all enjoy sprucing up our living space with something new every now and then, so why not gift someone special in your life a locally made item for their home this season? Here’s a list of some around-the-house items created by amazing local talent here on the East Coast.
Continue reading East Coast Christmas Gift Guide 2017: For Your Home
The best part of any holiday is the food (and drinks). We all have foodies in our lives—or maybe we’re the foodies ourselves—who would love to get a taste of something special over the holidays. Here’s a list of just some of the wonderful food and drink items our region has to offer. Continue reading East Coast Christmas Gift Guide 2017: For The Foodies In Your Life