Plug: Jeff’s Musical Car / East Coast Music Week in NFLD

Entertainment & Arts
I discovered this East Coast gem just recently. Let's just say it caught my curiosity from a previous HAFILAX post. It's called "Jeff's Musical Car", and if you haven't heard of it, it's about this man named Jeff Boudreau who hosts a segment, which features live performances and interviews of local artists, in the seats… Read More

Hafilax Predicts The ECMA Winners

Entertainment & Arts
With the 2015 ECMA award show right around the corner (April 8th - 12th), it seemed like a good idea to go ahead and predict who we feel that this year's winners will be.  It should be noted that there is no science behind how we came up with our picks, nor do we have any… Read More

Friday Night Soundtrack: A Mixed Bag

Entertainment & Arts
1.  Carly Rae Jepsen - "I Really Like You" Say what you will about Ms. Jepsen, but considering she is a product of the Canadian Idol system and the inescapable success of her breakthrough single "Call Me Maybe", she is poised to win over listeners again with her latest single "I Really Like You".… Read More

Concert Announcement: Bahamas @ The Cohn – July 21st

Entertainment & Arts
SONIC CONCERTS PRESENTS 2015 JUNO AWARD WINNER BAHAMAS IN HALIFAX, JULY 21 (Halifax, NS) - Having recently taken home two 2015 JUNO Awards for Adult Alternative Album of the Year and Songwriter of the Year, Toronto's Bahamas returns to Halifax in support of his award-winning release Bahamas is Afie at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium on… Read More

The 8 Track – Weekend Listening Edition

Entertainment & Arts
It's been awhile since I sat down and had 8 songs I felt strongly enough about to string them together into another installment of the 8 Track.   Happy Listening! 1. The Nursery - "She Speaks The Wave" "She Speaks the Wave" is the latest single from Toronto four-piece The Nursery.  It's a fantastic slice of… Read More

One Track: Shred Kelly, “Sing To The Night”

Entertainment & Arts
By successfully merging the sweet finger-picking folk sounds of the banjo and mandolin with a driving wave of synth pop, Shred Kelly have garnered the attention of Canadians from one coast to the other.  Storming from town to town with a ferocity that leaves the patrons grasping for air,  this five piece has spent the… Read More