Category Archives: Quick Hit

Podcast Episode 41 – Forget Cancer

This week's podcast is a little different from the norm. We decided to shift our focus away from the music industry and went to television. We sat down with Ed Boulter and Nicole Johnson, the creators of the independent television show, Forget Cancer. You'll have to listen to the podcast and check the show out…Read More

One Track // Tyler Guest – “All In”

Last seen performing with Halifax group Brothers, Tyler Guest has returned with his first single "All In". Sitting on a couch at home, on a rainy Thursday evening, Guest spoke about the process of creating the first single. "Beats haven't been my thing lately. For the last five years, I've been working hard to hone…Read More

One Track // Troy Alistair “Hook Line”

Finishing off this four week release schedule is the last video from Troy Alistair, "Hook Line". Written about nothing particular but everything encompassing, Guest has been working on this one for a while now. "This one is a bit of an older song for me. Much like the first three songs, there are brief tones…Read More

One Track // Braden Lam “Dawson City”

Ramping up towards the release of his second EP on September 14th, Driftwood People, Halifax resident Braden Lam has dropped his second single with "Dawson City". Centred around a town known for its popularity during the Klondike gold rush of the 19th century, "Dawson City" explores the idea of being a part of something bigger…Read More

Five Good Minutes With Midnight Vesta

In 2017 Toronto-based folk/rock group Midnight Vesta took to the road with their newly-minted EP Seconds tightly in hand. With the hopes of exposing the East Coast to their brilliant blend of tone, style and musicianship, the group would embark on a run of successful shows, stretching from Fredericton to Halifax and everywhere in between.…Read More

Podcast Episode 38 – Mike Campbell // HUFF

Jeff was flying solo on this week's podcast, as he hit the road to record in one of the world's most well-known tiki huts, located in Mike Campbell's back yard. We chatted about the music scene here in Halifax, what it might take to kick it up a notch, and the upcoming Halifax Urban Folk…Read More

Celebrating Acadian Day

By Chantal Caissie Ask any Acadian pal and they'll let you know that the Quinzou (or, y'know, 15 août if you want to get all formal about it) is one of the most fun celebrations in the summer. You've got tasty food, noisemakers galore during the raucous tintamarre, and incredible music. As a kid, and…Read More