Thundercat’s bass progression

Thundercat’s bass progression

posted by BRENNAN MCCRACKEN, Jul 14/16

The Kendrick collaborator isn’t stuck in the rhythm section. comments      0

Jimmy Swift Band's brief break from retirement

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Jimmy Swift Band's brief break from retirement

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 26/16

After calling it quits two years ago, the band launches a "re-reunion tour." comments      0


Halifax Pop Explosion announces second round of its lineup

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Halifax Pop Explosion announces second round of its lineup

posted by ASHLEY CORBETT, Jul 26/16

Featuring acts like Hey Rosetta!, Charles Bradley, and Keys N Krates. comments      0


10 ways to make your weekend <i>amazing</i>

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10 ways to make your weekend amazing

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 21/16

Beyonce-themed eats, Australian live music and obviously, the PARADE! comments      0


Sam Cash has a new album and the perfect summer song

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Sam Cash has a new album and the perfect summer song

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 21/16

He’s bringing his band to The Carleton Friday night. comments      0


Final Tragically Hip concert to be screened at Grand Parade

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Final Tragically Hip concert to be screened at Grand Parade

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 15/16

Gord Downie says "Hey man, thanks!" as he takes the stage one last time. comments      0


Hats off: a Jazz Fest fashion guide

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Hats off: a Jazz Fest fashion guide

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Jul 15/16

Whether you’re counting them in the crowd or trying to plan your outfit, this weekend you’ve got to know your jazz hats. comments      0


Top 10 ways to heat up your weekend

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Top 10 ways to heat up your weekend

Jul 14/16

It's getting hot out there, and we have the sizzling concerts, film screenings and art to prove it. Yow! comments      0


Six degrees of Nile Rodgers

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Six degrees of Nile Rodgers

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Jul 14/16

The legendary producer and Chic guitarist has had a hand in countless songs and albums; here are just a few reasons you should know his name. comments      0


It’s the summer of Reeny Smith

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It’s the summer of Reeny Smith

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 14/16

The local R&B sensation takes it to the next level. comments      0


The up-and-coming Keonté Beals

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The up-and-coming Keonté Beals

posted by ASHLEY CORBETT, Jul 14/16

Local, youthful R&B comments      0


Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld

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Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld

posted by ASHLEY CORBETT, Jul 14/16

A momentous indie instrumental duo. comments      0


Lauryn Hill goes electric

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Lauryn Hill goes electric

posted by MAGGIE RAHR, Jul 13/16

Concert review: Halifax Jazz Fest’s kickoff was pure jazz. comments      0


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Thursday, Jul 28

The Last Ride of Dr G? UFO’s Farewell Show

Halifax's space funk band Unidentified Funk Object (UFO) are saying goodbye and want to share their last dance with you! After opening

Thursday, Jul 28

Mellotones

There's no dance party like a soul funk dance party. Halifax's favourite eight-piece ensemble boogies down every Thursday at Bearly's.

Friday, Jul 29

SappyFest

Another summer rolls around and it'll soon be time for Sackville, New Brunswick to fill to the brim with blissful throngs of

Friday, Jul 29

New Glasgow Riverfront Music Jubilee

Get rolling on the river at this annual New Glasgow music festival. Watch rising artists play alongside veterans of the music scene—this

Friday, Jul 29

Sam Cash and the Romantic Dogs

One of Toronto's buzziest rock bands hits Halifax, touring their new record Tongue in Cheek Vows. Plus, from the Carleton stage they'll

Friday, Jul 29

Jimmy Swift Band Reunion Tour

The semi-retired JSB gathers fellow jammers Scientists of Sound and Dub Kartel (and other guests) for a night of riffs, reggae and

Sunday, Jul 31

Miramichi Folksong Festival

The tradition continues! One of Canada's oldest folksong festivals features plenty of talented performers including Susan Butler, two-time Juno Award winner Valdy,

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Music Reviews

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

<b>The Mellotones</b>

Cam Smith

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Vol 24, No 8
July 21, 2016

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