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Monday, May 1, 2017

Congrats, you East Coast Music Awards winners!

One wild week in Saint John

Posted By on Mon, May 1, 2017 at 3:35 PM

Lionsault, winner of best loud recording - VIA LIONSAULT.BANDCAMP.COM
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April 26-30 Saint John, NB played host to the ECMA showcasers, award winners, award hopefuls, delegates, buyers, schmoozers, managers, techs, and everyone else who likes a massive dose of east coast music. The instagrams all looked extremely slick.

If you want to see the red carpet gala and awards show, click here and scroll to April 27. If you only want to watch a couple minutes of it, skip to 2hr29mins to see Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire deliver an AMAZING speech.

A complete list of 2017 East Coast Music Award winners:

Music Awards:

Album of the Year
Old Man Luedecke - Domestic Eccentric (Producer: Tim O’Brien)

Blues Recording of the Year
Beauwater - Lovers, Fools and Kings

Bucky Adams Memorial Award
Ced Marty & Dave

Classical Composition of the Year
Scott Macmillan - "Currents of Sable Island"

Classical Recording of the Year
Duo Concertante - J.S. Bach Six Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard

Country Recording of the Year
Tristan Horncastle - Turnin’ Up A Sundown

Dance Recording of the Year
PINEO & LOEB - Soul Shakin'

Electronic Recording of the Year
Rozalind MacPhail - From The River to the Ocean

Enregistrement francophone de l’année
Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire - Touche-moi pas là!

Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the Year
Lennie Gallant

Fans’ Choice Video of the Year
Hillsburn - "Run Down" (Director: Mat Barkley, Badfunmedia)

Folk Recording of the Year
Lennie Gallant - Searching For Abegweit

Gospel Recording of the Year
Rootsdeepdown - Awoke & Raised

Group Recording of the Year
Les Hôtesses d’Hilaire - Touche-moi pas là!

Indigenous Artist of the Year
War Horses

Jazz Recording of the Year
Joel Miller - Dream Cassette

Loud Recording of the Year
Lionsault - Are You Feeling Lucky?

Pop Recording of the Year
Ria Mae - Ria Mae

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
Erin Costelo - Down Below, the Status Quo

Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year
Classified - Greatful

Rising Star Recording of the Year
Like A Motorcycle - High Hopes

Rock Recording of the Year
The Motorleague - Holding Patterns

Roots/Traditional Recording of the Year
Ten Strings And A Goat Skin - Auprès du poêle

Solo Recording of the Year
Ria Mae - Ria Mae

Song of the Year
Classified - "No Pressure" (Producer: Classified)

Songwriter of the Year
Ben Caplan

Traditional Instrumental Recording of the Year
Scott Macmillan & Colin Grant - GOOD2GO

Industry Awards:

Company of the Year
SpinCount

Event of the Year
Celtic Colours International Festival

Graphic/Media Artist of the Year
Deep Hollow Print

Live Sound Engineer of the Year
Stephen “Snickers” Smith

Management/Manager of the Year
Jones & Company

Media Outlet of the Year
Halifax Is Burning

Media Person of the Year
Adria Young

Producer of the Year
Daniel Ledwell

Studio Engineer of the Year
Darren van Niekerk

Studio of the Year
The Sonic Temple

Venue of the Year
Plan b Lounge

Video of the Year
Classified - "Work Away" ft. David Myles (Director: Jason Levangie)

Honorary Awards:
Stompin’ Tom Awards
Merlin Waye (CB)
Jim Bradley (NB)
James Faraday (NS)
Jim Payne (NL)
Garnet Buell (PE)

Dr. Helen Creighton Lifetime Achievement Award
Carole Chouinard

Musician's Achievement Award
Danny Bourgeois

Industry Builder Award
Accros de la chanson
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Monday, April 18, 2016

All of the 2016 East Coast Music Award winners

Hey Rosetta!, Amelia Curran, Natalie MacMaster clean up nicely.

Posted By on Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 4:00 AM

Hey Rosetta! rocks out in Sydney. - VIA HEATHER KERVANKY ON INSTAGRAM.

Hey Rosetta! took home the hardware at East Coast Music Awards this past weekend in Sydney. The Newfoundland group won four of the six seven awards they were nominated for—Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Group Recording of the Year and Rock Recording of the Year.

Other big winners included Amelia Curran and Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy.

The Coast picked up its first ECMA for Media Outlet of the Year. Congratulations and thanks to all the writers and photographers who helped make that happen. And props to our staff writer Adria Young, who was also nominated for Media Person of the Year.

A complete list of the winners can be found below.

  • Album of the Year: Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight
  • Song of the Year: Hey Rosetta! - “Soft Offering (For the Oft Suffering)”
  • Aboriginal Artist of the Year: City Natives
  • Blues Recording of the Year: John Campbelljohn - Chin Up
  • Bucky Adams Memorial Award: Chelsea Amber - Introducing Chelsea Amber
  • Classical Composition of the Year: Dinuk Wijeratne - Two Pop Songs on Antique Poems
  • Classical Recording of the Year: Symphony Nova Scotia - The How and Why of Memory
  • Country Recording of the Year: Whitney Rose - Heartbreaker of the Year
  • Electronic Recording of the Year: Ryan Hemsworth - Alone for the First Time
  • Folk Recording of the Year: Amelia Curran - They Promised You Mercy
  • Francophone Recording of the Year: Joey Robin Haché - Repaver l'âme
  • Gospel Recording of the Year: Informants - Ezekiel
  • Group Recording of the Year: Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight
  • Jazz Recording of the Year: Jerry Granelli - What I Hear Now
  • Loud Recording of the Year: Dumpster Mummy - TRENCHFOOT
  • Pop Recording of the Year (shared): Christina Martin - It’ll be Alright, Coyote - Proof of Life
  • Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year: Quake Matthews - Rap Music
  • Rising Star Recording of the Year: Fortunate Ones - The Bliss
  • Rock Recording of the Year: Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight
  • Roots/Traditional Group Recording of the Year: Vishtèn - Terre Rouge
  • Solo Recording of the Year: Jenn Grant - Compostela
  • Song Writer of the Year: Amelia Curran
  • Traditional Instrument Recording of the Year: Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy - One
  • Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the Year: Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy
  • Fans’ Choice Video of the Year: Everglow - “Feel Your Heart”
  • Company of the Year: Spincount
  • Event of the Year: Celtic Colours International Festival
  • Graphic/Media Artist of the Year: Deep Hollow Print
  • Live Sound Engineer of the Year: Kyle McDonald
  • Management/Manager of the Year: Sonic Entertainment Group
  • Media Outlet of the Year: The Coast: Halifax’s Weekly
  • Media Person of the Year: Ryan McNutt
  • Producer of the Year: Joel Plaskett
  • Studio Engineer of the Year: Mike “Sheppy” Shepherd
  • Studio of the Year: Lakewind Sound Studios
  • Venue of the Year: The Mack (Confederation Centre)
  • Video of the Year: Mo Kenney - “Telephones”
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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Ryan Hemsworth & Hey Rosetta! lead ECMA noms

The nominations for the 2016 ECMAs recognize the best in the Atlantic region

Posted By on Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 1:03 PM

Nominees for the 2016 East Coast Music Awards - EAST COAST MUSIC ASSOCATION
  • Nominees for the 2016 East Coast Music Awards
  • East Coast Music Assocation


This morning in Sydney, Nova Scotia, the nominees for the 2016 East Coast Music Awards were announced to recognize the best in Atlantic music and the music industry this year: Newfoundland's Hey Rosetta! leads with seven nominations, while Halifax honey Jenn Grant received six, as songwriter Mo Kenney and world-star producer Ryan Hemsworth each received four. Taking place from April 8 to April 12 up there in Cape Breton, East Coast Music Week is going to be banging, with performances from top nominees and the awards gala hosted by Ashley MacIsaac and Heather Rankin. Fiddle-dee-dee! Some highlight noms below: 

Aboriginal Artist of the Year
City Natives - Voltron
Kam Speech - EST1996
Pillorikput Inuit - Inuktitut Arias for All Seasons
Tristan Grant - TG-17

Album of the Year
Ben Caplan - Birds With Broken Wings (Producer: Josh “Socalled” Dolgin)
Fortunate Ones - The Bliss (Producer: Daniel Ledwell)
Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight (Producer: Marcus Paquin)
Jenn Grant - Compostela (Producer: Daniel Ledwell)
Mo Kenney - In My Dreams (Producer: Joel Plaskett)

The Bucky Adams Memorial Award
(formerly African-Canadian Recording of the Year)
Ced Marty & Dave - To Our 3%
Chelsea Amber - Introducing Chelsea Amber
Marcell Symonds - Just A Closer Walk
Samm Splash - The Breakup EP

Dance Recording of the Year
Ben Rama - Intuition
FWLR - Killer Lady
Lonely Kid - For My Friends
Neon Dreams - The Last of Us
PINEO & LOEB - Soul Clap

Electronic Recording of the Year

Aqua Alta - Dreamsphere
ChessClub - ChessClub
Elephant Skeletons - Vol III
Ryan Hemsworth - Alone For the First Time
Scientists of Sound - Electric Is The Night

Folk Recording of the Year

Amelia Curran - They Promised You Mercy
Ben Caplan - Birds With Broken Wings
Jenn Grant - Compostela
Gabrielle Papillon - The Tempest of Old
Old Man Luedecke - Domestic Eccentric

Group Recording of the Year
Coyote - Proof of Life
Fortunate Ones - The Bliss
Gypsophilia - Night Swimming
Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight
Rain Over St. Ambrose - Still Waking Up

Loud Recording of the Year
Cabbages & Kings - Cabbages & Kings
Chaos Theory - We Are Disaster
Dumpster Mummy - TRENCHFOOT
Kilmore - City Lights
Shades of Sorrow - Ascension

Pop Recording of the Year

Alana Yorke - Dream Magic
Brianna Gosse - AERA
Christina Martin - It'll Be Alright
Coyote - Proof of Life
SORREY - Thick As Thieves

Rap/Hip-Hop Recording of the Year

City Natives - Voltron
Fortunato - Unseen Armada
Ghettosocks - We're Going to Drink A Lot of Wine This Year, Boys. 2
Quake Matthews - Rap Music
Wordburglar - Rapplicable Skills

Rock Recording of the Year
Hey Rosetta! - Second Sight
Jerry Stamp - Rogue Doubt
Racoon Bandit - Close Your Eyes
Rain Over St. Ambrose - Still Waking Up
The Stanfields - Modem Operandi

Solo Recording of the Year

Amelia Curran - They Promised You Mercy
Gabrielle Papillon - The Tempest of Old
Jenn Grant - Compostela
Mo Kenney - In My Dreams
Ryan Hemsworth - Alone For the First Time

Fans' Choice Entertainer of the Year

Amelia Curran
Christina Martin
Hey Rosetta!
In-Flight Safety
Jenn Grant
Joel Plaskett
Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy
The Once
Ryan Hemsworth
Tim Chaisson

Fans' Choice Video of the Year
David Myles - "Santa Never Brings Me A Banjo" (Director: Murray Bain)
Everglow - "Feel Your Heart" (Director: Devin Sooley)
Hey Rosetta! - "Soft Offering (For The Oft Suffering)" (Director: Mark Bennett)
In-Flight Safety - "Animals" (Director: Drew Lightfoot)
Jenn Grant - "Bring Me A Rose" (Director: Jason Levangie)
Mo Kenney - "Telephones" (Director: Nathan Boey)
Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy - "The Chase" (Director: Keith Holding)
The Once - "We Are All Running" (Director: Bryan Dos Reis)
Raphaël Butler - "Harley 1970" (Directors: Patrick Gauvin & Mathieu Laprise)
Ria Mae - "Clothes Off" (Director: Jason Levangie)
Tomato/Tomato - "Toss It All Away" (Director: Jordan Mattie)


Media Outlet of the Year
CKDU 88.1FM
The Coast: Halifax's Weekly
Down East Country with George Canyon
East Coast Countdown
The Overcast: Newfoundland's Alternative Newspaper

Media Person of the Year
Adria Young (THAT'S ME!)
James Bennett
Paul-Émile Comeau
Ryan McNutt
Tom Bedell

Producer of the Year
Dale Murray
Jamie Foulds
Joel Plaskett
Mike "Sheppy" Shepherd
Scott Ferguson

Studio Engineer of the Year
Daniel Ledwell
Jamie Foulds
Jon Matthews
Mike "Sheppy" Shepherd
Scott Hammond

Venue of the Year

The Carleton Music Bar & Grill
Glasgow Square Theatre
Harmony House Theatre
The Mack (Confederation Centre)
Plan b Lounge

Video of the Year
Christina Martin - "Take Me Back In A Dream" (Director: Jason Levangie)
David Myles - "Santa Never Brings Me A Banjo" (Director: Murray Bain)
Mo Kenney - "Telephones" (Director: Nathan Boey)
Ria Mae - "Clothes Off" (Director: Jason Levangie)
Ryan Hemsworth - "Snow In Newark" (Director: Martin C. Pariseau)


Check the full list at the ECMA site, and head up to the Cape in April (Capril?) 

The Coast, Halifax's Weekly would like to thank the East Coast Music Association for its first Media Outlet of the Year nomination in 23 years. This is our year, baby!


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Monday, April 13, 2015

Highlights of the ECMAs

From industry nominee and cool lady Adria Young

Posted By on Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 4:02 PM

Les Hôtesses
  • Les Hôtesses

Holy smokes! St. John’s, Newfoundland was an amazing host for East Coast Music Week and the annual East Coast Music Awards! It was an honour and pleasure to be among some of the region’s most talented artists, publicists, industry pros and journalists. Congrats to Stephen Cooke for the Media Person of the Year award, and thanks to everyone who voted for me in that category! And congrats to everyone!



The ECMAs are a great opportunity to discover new music and experience some crisp-sounding performances (shout out to the sound techs). Under the guidance of ECMA staff (who did an amazing job with organization and support this weekend), here are a few of my favourite #ECMA2015 moments:



Cyndi Cain: I saw two sets by Halifax’s honey bee of soul and both were hip-grooving and body-moving. Cain is energetic, sensual, and exciting with an amazing full-band and an even sassier attitude. Her home-style jam, “Soul Food” from her 2013 same-titled album, gives Nova Scotia some southern flavour, and the range of passion that Cain has for her craft is exceeded only by her vocals. I was wowed.



The Town Heroes: Instead of reading scripted thank yous when accepting one of their three ECMAs, The Town Heroes rattled off a grocery list that included Pogos, cheezies and toilet paper, which sounds like Cape Breton to me. The duos several performances rocked the Rock, but a Saturday morning solo acoustic set by Mike Ryan stripped the Townies’ large, loud songs down to whispers, which gave the tunes a whole different texture and dimension, and which was also very soothing to my hangover. 



Mo Kenney: Our Dartmouth girl has to be one of my favourite singer-songwriters of all time. Her Friday night set at the Delta Ballroom featured a sludgy track from her imaginary band, Creep and The Pervs, and I think Kenney would absolutely kill a punk band (please do it, Mo!). She also played heart-stoppers “Sucker” and Mardeen’s “Telephones,” and she’s hilarious on and offstage. She’s so rad. 



Soho Ghetto: Halifax five-piece Soho Ghetto was the biggest surprise of my ECMA experience with a slate of classic pop tones, creative riffs, the piano-stylings of Leanne Hoffman (Magnolia), and frontman Marc-Antoine Robertson’s bombastic personality that caught a lot of attention. Familiar and yet totally unique, Soho whipped out their secret weapon when Robertson spoke and sang in French. C'était chaud. 


Les Hôtesses d'Hilaire: This Francophone ensemble is a mix of Andrew W.K., American Beauty, and Angie’s Show Place Moncton. Les Hôtesses seem to be both an art-rock band and alt-rock band. Their ECMA awards show performance included topless petal-tossing and heavy classic rock flair. It was sick!



Overall, ECMW 2015 was fantastic and inspiring. So many regional artists work incredibly hard with incredible passion and it rules. See you at ECMA 2016 in Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada’s Pogo capital.

Les Hôtesses
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Friday, April 10, 2015

ECMA celebration fraught

Lots of excitement, but lots of worry over new budget

Posted By on Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 2:26 PM

Town Heroes photo via facebook.com/thetownheroes - PHOTO BY STUDIO SEVEN
  • Town Heroes photo via facebook.com/thetownheroes
  • photo by Studio Seven

Of all things, the east coast is strong. We work from love and for each other. We work when there are no rewards. We work, and we work hard, because that's just what we do. We are resilient and resourceful and grateful. The East Coast Music Awards were created over two decades ago to celebrate these qualities and each year the ECMAs recognize the skills, talents, and the unlimited passion of all facets of the music industry in the four Atlantic provinces. Music is just one of the many vibrant industries that make us who we are.

This weekend, St. John's, Newfoundland is hosting East Coast Music Week and I'm here loving it, bys! But the celebration has been fraught with worry. Since Wednesday, some of the region's hardest workers have been acknowledged for achievements in production, performance, business and media. The ECMA gala at the Jack Byrne Arena in Torbay last night brought together hundreds of folks who believe art is important. Talented, dedicated people have built a livelihood around the premise that their art and work is valued.

Hosted by Newfoundland actor Jonny Harris, the two-hour awards show aired on Eastlink and featured performances by some of the Atlantic's regions finest acts, with a number of Nova Scotian artists winning major awards. In-Flight Safety grabbed Album of the Year, Kim Harris took Rising Star, Carleton Stone picked up Solo Recording and The Town Heroes swept three categories (you can see the complete list of winners here). It was a night to be proud. Sadly, though, yesterday's budget announcement loomed over everything.

When the Liberals revealed the 2015 budget, almost every industry professional at the ECMA afternoon events at the Delta was visibly shocked and saddened. Almost every conversation became a eulogy.

The elimination of the Nova Scotia Film Tax credit is devastating, heartbreaking, and hardly makes fiscal sense. Every single person at the ECMAs will be impacted, from writers like me to Eastlink crews to music buyers to musicians. Everyone. Not only has the film industry become one of the most successful independent sectors in Nova Scotia, it intersects and relies on the support and cooperation of other creative industries. One conference delegate, John Ellingbo, owner of Sound Source Pro Audio and Light in Port Hawkesbury, said that this decision will have a significant negative impact on all creative workers in the Maritimes. Labour in music and film, for instance, is often shared. "A good audio technician in film is a good audio technician in music and most technicians work in both industries. The overlap is large," he told me.

It is more troubling that business and accounting professionals can't see how the elimination of the tax credit can be financially justified, especially in light of the growth of the film and TV industry in the last few years.

ECMA director Heather Gibson said she read the released documents and could see the bean-counter logic behind the decision, but it's not an accurate picture of the benefits of the tax credit or the expansive value of the film industry. "It seems like they're taking only the initial expense into consideration and not the overall generated revenue," Gibson said, adding that the NSBI's absorption of the Department of Film and Creative is also very troublesome, but she wants to be optimistic that the portfolio is in good hands. I'm not as sure.

The announcement cast a dark, uncertain shadow over the whole damn day. Will there be fewer jobs? Will there be outmigration? How will the NSCC Screen Arts program or NSCAD Film Studies function in a province that doesn't support screen arts? The only certain outcome will be the tremendous loss to Nova Scotia.

"You need cultural industries to have a identity. Cultural industry is the source of identity," said Halifax Pop Explosion director James Boyle, who fears the cut's effects on HPX, "If you don't have a way of life and a place with industries that you can be proud of and that matter to people, then what's the point?"

It seems obvious to workers in the arts that film is foundational to the success of almost all other creative industries. It's foundational to non-creative industries! More puzzling is how the government is feigning ignorance of film's visible importance. Over 25,000 people voiced concern over the elimination of the tax credit. Ignoring these voices shows an almost-criminal disregard for the people for whom these civil servants have been elected to govern. When ECMA-host Harris thanked the Newfoundland government for its overwhelming support of the arts, that none of this celebration could be possible without the government's investments, I buckled in shame that we can't say the same. Today, so many talented, brilliant, and deeply passionate Nova Scotians are struggling to feel valued by a system that is supposed to support them.

Director Dillon Garland, who won Fan's Choice Video of the Year for "Holdin' Up Grants" by The Town Heroes, said he was devastated to see a policy that actually plans to stops growth. I asked if he ever thought of leaving Nova Scotia for work. "Not til today," he answered. That must be how everyone's feeling right now. So much hard work has gone into building our creative culture, and yet it's so delicately positioned. The film industry is a load-bearing tendril in this creative web, and without it, the rest will fade. That is certain.

Here's one small but important example. John Mullane (In-Flight Safety) pointed out that scoring and soundtracking is a crucial stream of revenue for working musicians who might otherwise struggle to make ends meet by music sales or performance: "Our songs have been featured on (locally shot, Showcase-produced series) Haven, which was huge for us and never would've happened without the film tax credit."

So much of what we need, whether employed in the arts or not, could never have happened without the film tax credit. Does Stephen McNeil own a TV? Does he watch the news? "Even the CBC will be affected," said Soho Ghetto's Brian MacKay, who does video production on 22 Minutes, "Half of the crew is CBC, the other half work for a company that uses the tax credit." MacKay, like so many, aren't sure what will happen next.

From public relations, advertising, the Atlantic Film Fest, CFAT, AFCOOP, sports and all news broadcasting to editing, costume design, food service, child care and goddamn political campaign videos, the film industry in Nova Scotia touches every single person. And all creative industries felt a value and worth until yesterday.

But it's not too late. We can't give up. We have two weeks. We have to demonstrate that the film and TV industry represents all creative industry and touches every industry across the country and continent. There isn't one single person in Nova Scotia who doesn't benefit from its strength. We have to be more creative and fight harder. It's about who we are. I am grateful the ECMAs have brought the importance of film into focus.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Steve Albini announced as keynote speaker for 2015 ECMW

East Coast Music Week is held April 8-12 in St. John's, Newfoundland

Posted By on Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 2:09 PM

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Cool guy Steve Albini has been announced as East Coast Music Week's keynote speaker for the 2015 conference. Albini will speak Saturday, April 11 from 4-5pm at the Harbourview Salon in Delta St. John's.

Please read Albini's powerful "The Problem with Music" essay while listening to In Utero and the entire Big Black discography and get back to me later. It might get awkward in the Harbourview Salon. I suggest you get tickets.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Your 2015 ECMA nominees

Rich Aucoin, Jimmy Rankin, Radio Radio and The Trews lead the pack

Posted By on Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 11:52 AM

Rich Aucoin having fun
  • Rich Aucoin having fun

Today East Coast Music Week announced the nominees for the 2015 East Coast Music Awards, held this year in Saint John's, NL April 8-12. Showcases, awards, galas, panels, conferences, schmoozing—it really has it all.

Rich Aucoin made out like a bandit with six nominations, Jimmy Rankin has five, Radio Radio and The Trews follow with four apiece. Also! Coast supercontributor Adria Young takes a nomination for Media Person of the Year!

Click for the full list.

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