Go off with Don Brownrigg’s Fireworks

With five years between records, a refreshed and renewed Brownrigg is back.
Don Brownrigg is a busy man.

Corey Hart's joyful comeback

After 20 years out of the game, Hart's back with a new EP and arena tour hitting Halifax on June 4.
On March 17, Juno Awards host Sarah McLachlan began her induction of Corey Hart into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame: "At the age of 17, Corey Hart recorded five songs on five cassettes and walked them into the lobby of the Montreal Forum to leave them for Billy Joel and his band.

The Remains of Leanne Hoffman

The singer-songwriter cuts to the heart of things on her first full-length: “You can forgive yourself and move on from things.”
It doesn't feel right calling the new release from Leanne Hoffman a debut album.

OBEY XII: Zamani

The 18-year-old R&B legacy makes the music only she can.
Zamani w/Strange Froots Friday, May 31, 4pm George Dixon Centre Greenspace 2501 Gottingen Street free (all ages)

OBEY XII: Slaylor Moon

Exploring the voice, queer love and the possibilities of songwriting.
Sydney Koke, who has played with infamous Vancouver punks Shearing Pinx and rising rock trio The Courtneys, says she loves all sorts of music—but something keeps pulling her back to the weirder fringes of sound.

OBEY XII: Debby Friday

Messy, complex noise music representing “our organic and non-organic parts of our existence.”
For Vancouver's Debby Friday, there's something natural about music that sounds distinctly non-human.

OBEY XII: Eartheater

The undefinable multi-instrumentalist offers pure delicacy and dark experimentation.
As Eartheater, New York multi-instrumentalist Alexandra Drewchin creates lavish experimental songs rich with influences, sounds and references.

OBEY XII: Tomoko Sauvage

Porcelain harmonics provide beautiful unpredictability.
Flutters, loops, scrapes, ripples, drips and bubbles create worlds of lush, meditative sound with the work of Tomoko Sauvage.

OBEY XII: Nick Schofield

Soothing ambient sounds borne out of insomnia.
Like so many creative rabbit holes, the idea behind Nick Schofield's first ambient record, Water Sine, presented itself after dark.

The form and fun of Snotty Nose Rez Kids

The Vancouver duo combines hip hop with their Indigineous culture: “It goes hand in hand, really.”
Snotty Nose Rez Kids w/DJ Kookum, Lex Leosis Friday, May 24, 9pm Reflections Cabaret, 5187 Salter Street $15, showpass.com

Between the light with shadow

After two years in three studios, two EPs emerge.
After a long but gentle gestation, shadow—a five-piece band led by Bethany Fulde—is ready to release the fruits of its two-year labour: A double EP, one titled the dark and the other, fittingly, the dawn. 

NEWFANGLED takes you behind the scores

he series breaks down contemporary compositions for curious minds.
NEWFANGLED w/Derek Charke

River of Diamonds’ Touch of life

Michelle Elrick and Michael Belyea marry poetry and pop with their new project
River of Diamonds w/Stewart Legere

Tokyo Police Club, reinvigorated

The Toronto indie-rock quartet nearly threw in the towel, then made its loosest, hookiest album yet.
Tokyo Police Club w/Sorrey

Adam Baldwin’s Wicked plan

In honour of Record Store Day, the rock singer will hit all the Taz stores in the HRM in one afternoon.
Adam Baldwin Record Store Day Taz tour

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