HPX18: Art d’Ecco

HPX18: Art d’Ecco

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Oct 18/18

The artist wants to turn a genre inside out on his debut Trespasser: “The generic tropes of masculinity and ham-fisted bar-rock is so tired to me.” comments      0

Have a poppin' weekend with these Sure Things

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Have a poppin' weekend with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 18/18

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HPX18: Zaki Ibrahim

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HPX18: Zaki Ibrahim

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Oct 18/18

The Secret Life of Planets, Ibrahim wants listeners to “think outside of the prisons we create for ourselves.” comments      0


HPX18: Hua Li

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HPX18: Hua Li

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 18/18

The Montreal rapper subverts ideas of Chinese identity and hip hop. comments      0


HPX18: Juice Girls

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HPX18: Juice Girls

posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Oct 18/18

A fresh new album from a fresh new band of Halifax friends, just in time for HPX. comments      0


HPX18: Praises

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HPX18: Praises

posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Oct 18/18

In an ever-shifting music practice, Jesse Crowe always comes back to herself. comments      0


HPX18: Rayannah

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HPX18: Rayannah

posted by KYLE MULLIN, Oct 18/18

With roots in jazz and pulling textures from multiple influences, this is dreamy electronica always up for something new. comments      0


Have an artfully awesome Nocturne weekend with these Sure Things

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Have an artfully awesome Nocturne weekend with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 11/18

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Same Town, more Heroes

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Same Town, more Heroes

posted by JOHNNY JAMES, Oct 11/18

For its fourth record, the duo becomes a quartet and tries to figure out how to keep the things they care about. comments      0


The glow of Neon Dreams

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The glow of Neon Dreams

posted by TARA THORNE, Oct 11/18

New focus, new singles, new cross-country tour—Neon Dreams kicks it all off at home this week. comments      0


Have a megawatt Thanksgiving weekend with these Sure Things

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Have a megawatt Thanksgiving weekend with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 4/18

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Dear Rouge’s new chapter

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Dear Rouge’s new chapter

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Oct 4/18

The pop duo brings its new album *Phases* to town on a wave of buzz and activity. comments      0


Braden Lam’s new flock

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Braden Lam’s new flock

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Oct 4/18

The Halifax transplant talks new band, new places and a new album, Driftwood People. comments      0


Music Sure Things

Saturday, Oct 20

Diva Station Trio

Because Beyonce was right and a diva is, in fact, the female version of a hustler, three local divas—with the vocal chords

Sunday, Oct 21

Bryan McPherson

Boston's best answer to Bruce Springsteen, Bryan McPherson delivers Americana-tinged tunes taking the side of the underdog that'll make your feet stomp,

Wednesday, Oct 24

Dada at the Movies

Dada, an artistic movement that, in the words of the New Yorker "responded to the horrors of the First World War with

Thursday, Oct 25

The Vinyl Flytrap

An evening of soul, funk and hip hop records that'll help you get your groove on.

Saturday, Oct 27

Offenbach’s La Belle Hélène

When Paris fell for Helen of Troy, it was only a matter of time until Helen's hubby went to war to get

Tuesday, Nov 13

Stiff Little Fingers w/The Mahones

Diehard punks, your time is now: Iconic Belfast punk outfit Stiff Little Fingers—who's been shredding three chords since 1977 thanks very much—arrives

Thursday, Nov 22

Milk & Bone

Montreal indie darling Milk & Bone brings its synthy, sadcore sound to The Seahorse, with the 2018 Polaris Music Prize long-listed album

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Music Reviews

Album review: Hitman, <i>The Offering: Side One</i>

Album review: Hitman, The Offering: Side One

The Halifax stoner-metal quartet returns with a hot new EP.


Show review: Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good at the Scotiabank Centre

Show review: Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good at the Scotiabank Centre

Hello, nostalgia time bomb.


Show review: Hey Ocean! at The Seahorse

Show review: Hey Ocean! at The Seahorse


Review: Japanese Breakfast, <i>Soft Sounds from Another Planet</i>

Review: Japanese Breakfast, Soft Sounds from Another Planet

Michelle Zauner’s solo project opens for Tegan and Sara Thursday at the Cohn.


Review: David R. Elliott, <i>Strawberry Grass</i>

Review: David R. Elliott, Strawberry Grass

Home on the impressive range


Review: Shadow of Everest, <i>Idle Hands</i>

Review: Shadow of Everest, Idle Hands

Classic tone from local contemporary progressive metalheads


Review: Keonté Beals, <i>Man Overboard</i>

Review: Keonté Beals, Man Overboard

Pulls no punches


Review: Blue Spirits, <i>Liquid Courage</i>

Review: Blue Spirits, Liquid Courage

Clear and taut


Review: MAJE, <I>Insert Flame Emojis Here</i>

Review: MAJE, Insert Flame Emojis Here

Furious and fresh-sounding


Review: Wake Rider, <i>Wake Rider</i>

Review: Wake Rider, Wake Rider

Summer vibes


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


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In Print This Week

Vol 26, No 21
October 18, 2018

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