The Olympic Symphonium, New Brunswick’s champions of chamber pop, have released Beauty in the Tension, their fifth studio. Leaning into their strengths, the band remind us that not every album needs to be Appetite for Destruction (and to be fair, even at the very most, only one album does). Continue reading New Music: Olympic Symphonium’s ‘Beauty In The Tension’ Maintains Band’s Status As Being Pretty Good
The Montgomery St. Band, a four-piece bluegrass outfit out of Fredericton, have just released their first full-length album: Quantum Internet. The release features ten songs, some familiar and some brand new, and delivers a healthy dose of all the banjo, guitar and mandolin breakdowns you could ask for.
Continue reading New Music: Montgomery St. Band Challenge New Brunswick Living On ‘Quantum Internet’
Today, Fredericton’s 6-piece band Art of the Possible is releasing their debut EP Passerby after it spent years in the making. Mixing 90s grunge rock, jazz, blues and folk, this 6-track release delivers eclectic sounds made to inspire the energy of a live performance— something that is characteristically east coast and that Art of the Possible are no strangers to. Continue reading New Music: Art of the Possible Favour Authenticity With Release of ‘Passerby’
Two musicians announced today that they’ll be launching a new recording studio in Fredericton. East coast music fans should have no trouble recognizing the partnership behind Marshall Studios: Jay Merrill of Earthbound/Gordon Gets Lost and Stephen Lewis of The Big Band of Fun. Continue reading Marshall Studios: Fredericton Musicians Team Up For New Recording Studio
The Fredericton Community Kitchen does a lot for those who can’t afford to eat in the Fredericton area. A lot. Both in-house and sent out for delivery, meals served by the Community Kitchen add up to over 14,000 each month. In order to give back, Fredericton rapper Eric Claybourne, better known as Ceeb Dread, has organized a fundraiser to help the Community Kitchen and to thank them for everything they do for our local community. Continue reading Musician Launches Campaign For Fredericton Community Kitchen