Tag Archives: Like a Motorcycle

Podcast Episode 13 – Like A Motorcycle

KT and Michelle from the local punk/rock group Like A Motorcycle stop by to discuss everything from raising money for Phoenix house to rocking out with the Stanfields in Germany. To check the podcast out you can head on over to SoundCloud or subscribe over on iTunes. Read More

5 Fav — ECMA Weekend — 28/29-04-2017

Celebration of the East Coast was abounding during East Coast Music Week in Saint John, New Brunswick this past weekend. We are lucky enough to live in a part of the world where we are rich with musical talent, and I was lucky enough to be in attendance to a number of shows that showcased… Read More

Groundswell Music Festival//Concert Review x3

Supporting local is something we should all strive for whenever possible. This past weekend Groundswell Music Festival took local support to another level. Nova Scotia can feel a great deal of pride in the product that was displayed. Food, drinks, and of course, music, all from our beautiful province, thrilled the crowd from March 16-19.… Read More

Justin’s Top Albums Of 2016

Before I begin my rant, I gotta say that 2016 was a year that totally blew me away for music, and not just music across Canada, but music that came out of my hometown in Halifax. Wintersleep, Kestrels, Adam Baldwin, Like A Motorcycle, Hello Delaware, just to name a few artists that had a stellar… Read More

Mitch’s Favourites 2016

2016 has been a rollercoaster of emotion. From the negatives (loss of Bowie, Prince, Sharon Jones, and the unfortunate gain of Trump) to the positives (me getting married, these albums that I’m going to go through in this piece, and that’s about it), we can all take solace in the fact that 2017 is around… Read More

A Pop Explosion Run Down

Heading into this year's Pop Explosion I wasn't really sure what to expect from a musical perspective.  Headliner Travi$ Scott wasn't someone that I had any interest in checking out, while The Dillinger Escape Plan, Cancer Bats and Cloud Nothings weren't that far behind. Stars I had seen a year ago in their home town… Read More