Oh so <i>Quiet</i>

Oh so Quiet

posted by LARA LEWIS, Apr 13/17

Stewart Legere’s Quiet the Station album release bridges the gap between theatre and music. comments      0

Ten ways to make your Earth Day weekend bloom

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Ten ways to make your Earth Day weekend bloom

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 20/17

Earth Day parties, classical music remixed, SPFF and high fashion await. comments      0


We found 10 winning holiday weekend picks for you

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We found 10 winning holiday weekend picks for you

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 13/17

Art shows, big tickets and bold bling await you this holiday weekend. comments      0


Addicted to The Drug Rugs

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Addicted to The Drug Rugs

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Apr 6/17

The self-proclaimed bubbly pop musicians are ready to rock The Seahorse. comments      2


Ten totally electric weekend picks

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Ten totally electric weekend picks

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 6/17

From blues legends to ballet to not-your-nana's-bingo, you don't wanna miss these events. comments      0


A helping of VIMANA

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A helping of VIMANA

posted by THOSHLAE SMITH, Apr 6/17

An artist collective devoted to boosting and sharing skills thrives at Alteregos. comments      0


Andrew MacKelvie wants you to hear the silence

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Andrew MacKelvie wants you to hear the silence

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Apr 6/17

Halifax-based saxophonist talks improv music and his upcoming show. comments      0


Ten super sunny weekend picks

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Ten super sunny weekend picks

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 30/17

Art shows, big brews and plays that'll be like a ray of sunshine to end your week. comments      0


Going way Underground

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Going way Underground

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Mar 30/17

The busy group behind Staying Underground want to provide nothing but good vibes with regular dance nights, a steady stream of mixes and an upcoming album. comments      0


Lounging with Dazor

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Lounging with Dazor

posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Mar 30/17

With a new four song EP, Dazor shares some alt-rock nuggets. comments      0


Tegan and Sara in Halifax July 27

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Tegan and Sara in Halifax July 27

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Mar 27/17

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Ten totally cool weekend picks

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Ten totally cool weekend picks

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 23/17

A Montreal hitmaker, dozens of new artists and even more burgers await. comments      0


High Klassified hits Halifax

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High Klassified hits Halifax

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 23/17

The #LavalOuRien producer brings suburban swag to the coho. comments      0


Music Sure Things

Thursday, Apr 27

New Hermitage w/chik white

Eccentric art pop is chik white's speciality, using a mix of ancient instruments like the jaw harp and inspirations from sound poetry

Saturday, Apr 29

James Kirkpatrick (AKA Thesis sahib)

Old-school hip hop complete with homemade beats from an eight-bit gameboy give this rapper-slash-painter a particularly artsy sound.

Thursday, May 4

Tasseomancy

A lush blend of retro-pop, melancholy and Kate Bush vibes, Tasseomancy hit The Seahorse stage with a William Burroughs-inspired record.

Saturday, May 6

Susan Alcorn

Susan Alcorn is a world-renowned pedal steel guitarist, taking the instrument beyond it's country roots and transforming it into a classical music

Saturday, May 6

Dance Movie album release w/Mardeen

The Halifax rock band (that includes Coastie Tara Thorne) brings a set of shiny new songs complete with heartfelt lyrics to the

Thursday, May 11

Taylor Ackerman's Global Acid Reset

Halifax newbie Taylor Ackerman brings his nature-inspired psychedelic rock to the Gus' stage, celebrating his debut solo release.

Saturday, May 27

Helena Deland W/Fog Lake, Shuteye

Helena Deland's soft songs and haunting voice are beloved by Nylon magazine and will no doubt stop your hipster heart, too.

Music Reviews

Blue Rodeo does it yet again Saturday at Scotiabank Centre

Blue Rodeo does it yet again Saturday at Scotiabank Centre

Live review: What could be a sad ritual is transformed.


Review: Monomyth, <i>Happy Pop Family</i>

Review: Monomyth, Happy Pop Family

Nimble and buoyant


Review: Vadell Gabriel - <i>Timbits</i>

Review: Vadell Gabriel - Timbits

A multi-pack of fresh-baked tracks


Review: Old & Weird/New Fries split EP

Review: Old & Weird/New Fries split EP

Juice is cool as hell


Bahamas has much chill

Review: Joel Plaskett

Music Review: Thrillah

Music Review: Thrillah

Thrillah EP (independent)


Review: Alana Yorke

Review: Alana Yorke

Dream Magic (independent)


Review: Christina Martin

Review: Christina Martin

It’ll Be Alright (Fontana North)


Review: The Good Lovelies at the Company House

Review: The Good Lovelies at the Company House

Braving the weather in the name of sweet harmony


Review: Jay Mayne, S/T

Sloan

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Vol 24, No 47
April 20, 2017

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