Quake just wants to <i>Celebrate</i>

Quake just wants to Celebrate

posted by AVA COULTER, Sep 21/17

Quake Matthews “gives you his truths” with Celebrate the Struggle. comments      0

Ten perfect weekend picks

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Ten perfect weekend picks

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 21/17

Hal-Con hits, Etsy Made in Canada is bigger than ever and a crop of can't-miss art shows await. comments      0


Review: Sleepless Nights w/Mardeen at The Seahorse

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Review: Sleepless Nights w/Mardeen at The Seahorse

posted by GABRIELLE ARCHER, Sep 18/17

Saying a sweet goodbye comments      0


Ten tasty weekend picks

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Ten tasty weekend picks

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 14/17

The Coast's Food Truck Party, FIN, Oktoberfest and Word on The Street means a boundless weekend awaits.  comments      0


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53 live music events to satisfy your fall concert cravings

Sep 14/17

Plan your live music playlist with festivals, big ticket shows and smaller music events and get a good mix going. comments      0


Halifax Pop til you drop

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Halifax Pop til you drop

Sep 14/17

Halifax Pop Explosion offers music, comedy and a killer conference this October. comments      0


Brian Wilson <i>Sounds</i> off

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Brian Wilson Sounds off

Sep 14/17

Bringing the entirety of Pet Sounds on one last tour, Brian Wilson makes a stop in Halifax. comments      0


Listen: "Glitter and Gold" by Jody Upshaw

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Listen: "Glitter and Gold" by Jody Upshaw

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Sep 11/17

The 14-year-old collaborated with fellow teen singer Shay Pitts. comments      0


Ten weekend picks to feast on

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Ten weekend picks to feast on

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 7/17

Italian Weekend helps you get your carbs, the Atlantic Flamenco Fest brings tapas and tunes and Halifax Fringe rolls into its second weekend. comments      0


Premiere: <i>In 3/4</i> by The Hypochondriacs

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Premiere: In 3/4 by The Hypochondriacs

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Sep 5/17

Resist the urge to text your ex while listening to this. comments      0


Applications for The Plumtree Project are now open

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Applications for The Plumtree Project are now open

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Sep 4/17

The project gives women and trans folks the chance to learn music for free. comments      0


Hopscotch Halifax 2017 announces Joyner Lucas as headliner

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Hopscotch Halifax 2017 announces Joyner Lucas as headliner

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Sep 1/17

September 30 at Dartmouth Cove comments      0


Listen to this: Kyd Vicious' "Can't Get Rid Of Me"

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Listen to this: Kyd Vicious' "Can't Get Rid Of Me"

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Sep 1/17

"It's sort of a middle finger to the people doing their hardest to throw dirt on my name." comments      0


Music Sure Things

Saturday, Sep 23

Prismatic Arts Festival 2017

The multi-venue, multidisciplinary fest celebrating Indigenous and culturally-diverse artists returns! While the whole lineup looks stacked, shows that blend classical and Indigenous

Saturday, Sep 23

Ripcordz w/The Monoxides, The Holy Snappers

Canadian punk legend Ripcordz has been melting faces since 1980. See it draw from its iconic back catalogue of 15 (!!) records

Saturday, Sep 23

Psallentes

These four fair maidens, all dressed in black, will sweep you back in time with their magic voices and world-famous plainchant performance.

Saturday, Sep 23

Quiet Hill's Pizza Party

Pizza, beer, soul'n'roll: All your true loves await at this show that offers original soul-infused rock with a wickedly good slice.

Tuesday, Sep 26

Symphony Nova Scotia at the VIA Rail Train Station

Symphony Nova Scotia kicks off its Symphony Week with a free show that samples Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker, Grieg’s Peer Gynt and Strauss’

Tuesday, Sep 26

Aerialists w/Emily Millard

Drawing from the wells of Nordic and Gaelic music—while adding expansive post-rock textures and meticulously sculpted arrangements—Aerialists create lush, genre-defying new music.

Wednesday, Sep 27

Craig Cardiff

Ontario-based singer/songwriter Craig Cardiff counts Gordon Lightfoot amongst his fans—and after this show, you too, we'd wager.

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Music Reviews

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


Review: Old & Weird/New Fries split EP

Review: Old & Weird/New Fries split EP

Juice is cool as hell


Bahamas has much chill

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In Print This Week

Vol 25, No 17
September 21, 2017

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