Category Archives: Recommended Listening

Recommended Listening

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

Podcast Episode 40 – The Town Heroes

We hit the road for this week's episode, to chat with Mike and Bruce from The Town Heroes. We hit on a little bit of everything, from their latest release Everything (Will Be Fine When We Get to Where We Think We're Going), to their upcoming tour and the lives they lead via social media.…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

Podcast Episode 39 – Natalie Lynn

Natalie and Ryan stopped by to chat about the evolution of the band, the upcoming tour with Canadian favourites Dear Rouge, and the importance of being able to play music with other women. You can find all of the Natalie Lynn social media links over on the band's website. Head on over to SoundCloud to…Read More

Friday Night Soundtrack // We Made it Through the Week!

The Interrupters - "She's Kerosene" While I don't know if I've completely overcome my Ska Fever of the early '00s, I do dig the punk-forward sound of the latest cut from The Interrupters, "She's Kerosene". It's a dose of up-tempo aural caffeine that will be a great fit for your early morning soundtrack. https://youtu.be/Yq2jJLswL8I Dennis…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

One Track // “Cherry Pie” – Ponytails

Trying to rid the world of toxic masculinity, one open mouth kiss at a time We went into Ponytails trying to make something that was reflective of our personal relationship and what we wanted reflected in our music. With the “Cherry Pie” video, we took that same approach but exaggerated it to the tenth degree.…Read More