Where I record: Ashley Pringle’s <i>Arrangements</i>

Where I record: Ashley Pringle’s Arrangements

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Dec 5/19

The EP influenced by Weezer’s debut should be on your short list of 2019’s top albums. comments      0

Show review: The East Pointers guide you home

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Show review: The East Pointers guide you home

posted by ELIZABETH FOSTER, Dec 8/19

PEI's Celtic-folk kings continue to rule. comments      0


Said The Whale floats on

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Said The Whale floats on

posted by JACK PARSONS, Dec 1/19

The indie-rock stalwart returns to Halifax with sea-sprayed songs in tow. comments      0


Catching up with the Crash Test Dummies

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Catching up with the Crash Test Dummies

posted by ERIN CHRISTIE, Nov 30/19

It's been over two decades since God Shuffled His Feet—but as a sold-out show last weekend proved, Halifax still brakes for the Winnipeg folk-rock five-piece. comments      0


Christina Martin knows it’s a <i>Wonderful Lie</i>

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Christina Martin knows it’s a Wonderful Lie

posted by JADE NAUSS, Nov 28/19

The singer-songwriter’s new record tackles sticky subject matter with stripped-down songs. comments      0


Gabrielle Papillon wants to see you <i>Shout</i>

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Gabrielle Papillon wants to see you Shout

posted by JADE NAUSS, Nov 28/19

The singer-songwriter’s latest release—an art-pop opus—aims to be an anthem anthology for these trying times. comments      0


The wonder of Whoop-Szo

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The wonder of Whoop-Szo

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Nov 28/19

Anishinaabe shoegazed-streaked metal sees this five-piece rock you gently with tunes that are anything but. comments      0


Ben Rogers' <i>Wildfire</i> burns bright

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Ben Rogers' Wildfire burns bright

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Nov 28/19

Sliding from 1970s country to a more layered, folk sound sees the BC singer-songwriter put out his best work yet. comments      0


Neon Dreams on

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Neon Dreams on

posted by STEVE GOW, Nov 21/19

Halifax’s beloved EDM duo plots epic Cunard Centre set and world domination. comments      0


Dinuk Wijeratne stays wylin’

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Dinuk Wijeratne stays wylin’

posted by CHRIS STOODLEY, Nov 21/19

The Halifax-raised composer and multi-instrumentalist continues to deliver exciting, explosive music. comments      0


The eternal sunshine of Judee Sill

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The eternal sunshine of Judee Sill

posted by ALEC MARTIN, Nov 21/19

Local music mainstay Terra Spencer honours her number one influence with a tribute show. comments      0


Ten questions with New Hermitage

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Ten questions with New Hermitage

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Nov 19/19

The Halifax-born ambient, improvised noise maker talks splurging on popcorn at the movies and why it'll always ride hard for NoFX. comments      0


Six degrees of Daniel Caesar

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Six degrees of Daniel Caesar

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Nov 14/19

On the eve of his Nov 14 Scotiabank Centre show, we explore how a kid from Oshawa raised on gospel music became the centre of modern R&B. comments      0


Music Reviews

Show review: The East Pointers guide you home

Show review: The East Pointers guide you home

PEI's Celtic-folk kings continue to rule.


Show review: Rebecca Thomas and Symphony Nova Scotia reach farther together

Show review: Rebecca Thomas and Symphony Nova Scotia reach farther together

The famed poet/activist pushes classical music into new realms as she debuts We're Not Done Drumming.


Review: Don't sleep on the lullaby folk of Ostrea Lake

Review: Don't sleep on the lullaby folk of Ostrea Lake

The Halifax outfit lays serious groundwork in its debut LP.


Show review: Walrus warms the stage for Diet Cig but steals the show at Halifax Pop Explosion

Show review: Walrus warms the stage for Diet Cig but steals the show at Halifax Pop Explosion

Halifax's own band of Flaming Lips-tinged fuzz rock ruled the Marquee on Oct 26.


Show review: Kaia Kater, Jennah Barry and Lydia Persaud baptized our ears at Halifax Pop Explosion

Show review: Kaia Kater, Jennah Barry and Lydia Persaud baptized our ears at Halifax Pop Explosion

The trio of sets at St. Matthew's church made the most of the high ceilings while lifting beyond lofty expectations.


Show review: Spencer Krug and Charlotte Cornfield enchant their audience

Show review: Spencer Krug and Charlotte Cornfield enchant their audience

A Halifax Pop showcase that is an unreplicable moment in time.


Show review: Japanese Breakfast is a feast

Show review: PUP will never live up to its name

Show review: Halifax Pop Explosion's <i>Songs of The City</i> is a love letter to all of us

Show review: Halifax Pop Explosion's Songs of The City is a love letter to all of us

The venerable music festival kicks off with a showcase highlighting the strength in vulnerability.


Review: Erwan Keravec and Hamid Drake shatter the silence at suddenlyLISTEN's season debut show

Review: Erwan Keravec and Hamid Drake shatter the silence at suddenlyLISTEN's season debut show

The Urban Pipes showcase should've felt like a peanut butter-tunafish sandwich but instead was much tastier.


<i>The Magic Flute</i> blows on at the Halifax Summer Opera Festival

The Magic Flute blows on at the Halifax Summer Opera Festival

Mozart’s music might be “the most sublime ever written” but he’s no woke bae.


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.


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Vol 27, No 28
December 5, 2019

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