Nap Eyes’ subjective science

Nap Eyes’ subjective science

posted by BRENNAN MCCRACKEN, Aug 9/18

The band’s Halifax-based leader Nigel Chapman ruminates on his concrete, visible sound objects. Eyes’ subjective science comments      0

Concert announcement: Jack White, November 14 at the Scotiabank Centre

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Concert announcement: Jack White, November 14 at the Scotiabank Centre

posted by TARA THORNE, Aug 13/18

Don't bring your phone though. comments      0


Nancy Wilson rocks on

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Nancy Wilson rocks on

posted by ALISON LANG, Aug 9/18

Four decades in, the Heart singer is still making new music she’s excited about—while trying to heal her famous family rift. comments      0


Make your Natal Day long weekend extra-lit with these Sure Things

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Make your Natal Day long weekend extra-lit with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Aug 2/18

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Goldilox, just right

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Goldilox, just right

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Aug 2/18

After a decade in the business, bad major label deals and a name change, pop has a new disco queen—and she comes from Cape Breton. comments      0


Get lifted with The PepTides

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Get lifted with The PepTides

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Aug 2/18

The nine members arrive from Ottawa on a wave of love, affection and a sneak peek at new jams. comments      0


Have a weekend that's absolutely extra with these Sure Things

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Have a weekend that's absolutely extra with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 26/18

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Thorgy Thor hits all the right notes

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Thorgy Thor hits all the right notes

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Jul 26/18

“Queen of classical music” serves orchestral realness to Halifax crowds. comments      0


Have the best weekend under the rainbow with these Sure Things

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Have the best weekend under the rainbow with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 19/18

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FOONYAP’s vessel for feeling

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FOONYAP’s vessel for feeling

posted by BRENNAN MCCRACKEN, Jul 19/18

The Calgary artist loops violin, mandolin and vocals for a unique and captivating distillation of indie-rock. comments      0


Rich Aucoin bike blog wrap-up: Impressions from cycling across America

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Rich Aucoin bike blog wrap-up: Impressions from cycling across America

posted by TARA THORNE, Jul 12/18

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Jazz Fest: Daniel Caesar

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Jazz Fest: Daniel Caesar

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Jul 12/18

One of the country’s hottest R&B stars brings his fire to Halifax to close out the festival. comments      0


Jazz Fest: Land of Talk

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Jazz Fest: Land of Talk

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 12/18

Liz Powell is feeling like she won’t have to disappear again comments      0


Music Sure Things

Wednesday, Aug 15

Nancy Wilson of Heart

Who else but the most criminally-underrated—and best—guitar-wielding rocker of the '80s (sorry not sorry Van Halen) could provide the most epic live

Thursday, Aug 16

The Vinyl Flytrap

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

Thursday, Aug 16

Sweet Crude w/The Lionyls

Louisiana's Sweet Crude keeps Cajun musical traditions—and the party—alive and kickin'.

Friday, Aug 17

Tunes at Noon: The Bombadils

The folky duo combines fiddle and guitar for a smooth set of organic-sounding offerings.

Thursday, Aug 23

Matt Mays w/Dustin Bentall

The king of the city of lakes comes to Hubbards for his annual salute to the best season. The trio of sold-out

Sunday, Aug 26

Paper Beat Scissors w/six-piece chamber ensemble, Moscow Apartment, Tanya Davis

HUFF might describe this lineup best: "Critically-lauded Halifax old-boy Tim Crabtree returns with his project Paper Beat Scissors to perform a one-off

Friday, Sep 7

The Fabulously Rich: A Tragically Hip Tribute

This Hip tribute will have you sinking like New Orleans and feeling ahead by a century, while partial ticket proceeds will be

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Music Reviews

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


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

Review: Vadell Gabriel - Timbits

A multi-pack of fresh-baked tracks


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In Print This Week

Vol 26, No 11
August 9, 2018

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