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New Music: Joseph Bridge’s ‘Marvin’s Sanitarium’

Grabbing you immediately, Cape Breton’s Joseph Bridge’s opening track ‘Brenda and the Breadheads’ has break downs reminiscent of Blue Rodeo pasted nicely to up-beat guitar driven riffs that are guaranteed to get any butt or two wiggling; Marvin’s Sanitarium is an epic 16 song ride through the country side into the darkness of the city. Continue reading New Music: Joseph Bridge’s ‘Marvin’s Sanitarium’

New Music: Strongboy Gets Into Their Groove With ‘Steady’

‘Steady’ from Halifax 4-piece, Strongboy, is bringing you the sounds from the weird 60’s wave of peace and love paired with 90’s dreamy Shoe Gaze/Indy Pop Rock. This very catchy 25 minute offering is perfect for both your summer parties and midnight contemplations. Strongboy’s sophomore release has combined what seems ease and originality that begs a full listen through for any day. Continue reading New Music: Strongboy Gets Into Their Groove With ‘Steady’

New Music: Cameron Release Self-Titled Debut Album

Cameron is the self-titled debut album from sisters Barbara and Victoria Cameron. Veterans of the Nova Scotia music scene (Tori is a member of Floodland and The Townes Heroes, and both sister are members of the now defunct Pink Thunder), the pair are stretching out on their own with 12 tracks of solid pop-punk produced by Slowcoasters‘ Brian Talbot. Continue reading New Music: Cameron Release Self-Titled Debut Album

New Music: David R. Elliott Releases ‘Strawberry Grass’

“I think I realize where I’m going with my life” sings David R. Elliot on ‘Empty Rain‘, the last track on his latest release Strawberry Grass. It’s a startling admission of intent from the Saint John born singer-songwriter which, taken out of the context of the song, sounds like a mission statement. Continue reading New Music: David R. Elliott Releases ‘Strawberry Grass’