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Scientists Of Sound Announce Double Vinyl Concept Album With New Video

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

Premiere: Former Two Hours Traffic Frontman Liam Corcoran Releases Single ‘About Time’

Liam Corcoran, frontman from Joel Plaskett’s Prince Edward Island former power-pop protégés Two Hours Traffic, is  releasing his debut album NEVAHLAND on Friday, November 3rd. In case you can’t wait that long we’re premiering his single ‘About Time’. Continue reading Premiere: Former Two Hours Traffic Frontman Liam Corcoran Releases Single ‘About Time’

MusicNL 2017: Janet Cull, The Kubasonica And Steve Maloney Takes Three MusicNL Each

Newfoundland and Labrador held their MusicNL 2017 Awards this weekend. The 25th Anniversary Show at the St. John’s Convention Centre was hosted by none other than legendary ambassador for the Rock and staple for east-coast kitchen parties Alan Doyle. The night also featured performances from Amelia Curran, Cordeen, Denis Parker, Fortunate Ones, Janet Cull, JYAY, Shanneyganock, Steve Maloney, The Kubasonics, The Novaks and The Once. Continue reading MusicNL 2017: Janet Cull, The Kubasonica And Steve Maloney Takes Three MusicNL Each

New Music: Gabrielle Papillon’s Massive New Album ‘Keep The Fire’

Gabrielle Papillon might not be the folk artist you remember. Her new album Keep The Fire has traded in banjo and snare for whatever it is that John Williams eats for breakfast. Where her previous album The Tempest of Old might have been a ship tossed about on the ocean—a collection of graceful songs anchored in something profound, Keep The Fire has turned Papillon into the ocean. Continue reading New Music: Gabrielle Papillon’s Massive New Album ‘Keep The Fire’