It’s been four years since the release of Scientists of Sound’s award winning album Electric Scissors. A lot has happened since then. The world has changed, and not necessarily for the better. Every day the apocalypse is looking like a better option. Fast food, Trump, and the American Dream are out. Geiger counters, hoarding tinned food, and Henry David Thoreau are very in. While there’s still time to celebrate, Scientists of Sound are releasing their new album, The Beginning of the Beginning of the End, along with a video trailer to know what we can expect in our shiny, new, post-apocalyptic lives. Continue reading Scientists Of Sound Announce Double Vinyl Concept Album With New Video
Little You Little Me, Saint John’s resident rockers, have released a pair of live videos for their songs ‘I Don’t Care About You’ from their 2014 release What Have You Been Doing With Yer Time and ‘Mountain’ from their 2013 EP. The videos come just ahead of the announcement that they’re embarking on a fall tour on the east coast, including a stop at Festival (506), before making their way to Quebec and Ontario. Continue reading Little You Little Me Release Live Videos – Announce Tour
Jont Openheart, our favourite displaced Englishman of the musical persuasion, along with his band, The Infinite Possibility, have released their newest single today. The namesake ‘Big Open Heart’ is a manifesto—an anthem—paired with an animation that’s a little bit literal and a lot metaphorical. Continue reading Music Video: Jont & The Infinite Possibility Dig Deep With ‘Big Open Heart’
The Town Heroes have surprised us with their new video and the final single from their 2017 album Please, Everyone.’Tonight’ is going to look familiar to anyone who has experienced a night alone in a foreign city; a night full of promise and excitement and, ultimately, disappointment. Continue reading Music Video: The Town Heroes Get Subversively Political With ‘Tonight’
Halifax four-piece punk band Like a Motorcycle have just released the third single off their debut album High Hopes along with a video that takes us back in time about 90 years. Titled ‘Dead Finger,‘ the song dives deep into the wound of a love that has gone sour. Using music as a form of therapy, the band take an old relationship and turn it into something we can all relate—and yell along—to.
Continue reading Music Video: Like A Motorcycle Get Theraputic With ‘Dead Finger’