Category Archives: One Track

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

One Track // Troy Alistair “Reasons”

With their third song in three weeks, Halifax rockers Troy Alistair release "Reasons". When speaking with Taran Guest about the latest single, the song was originally titled "For Me",  and in only the way Guest could put it, "...but that name sucked", as he laughed. "This tune, for me, is all about music".  It's also…Read More

One Track // “Powerless” (Acoustic) – Classified & Friends

On June 5th, local Hip-Hop heavyweight Classified gathered together an all-star team of musicians (including Breagh MacKinnon, David Myles, Joel Plaskett, Mo Kenny, Neon Dreams, Rose Cousins, Adam Baldwin, & others) to record a stripped-down, intimate version of his important and heavy-hitting "Powerless".  This recording was put together to support the IWK SeaStar Centre in…Read More

One Track: Vogue Dots, “If You Stay”

Here's the latest track from Halifax's Vogue Dots, the single is called "If You Stay"; they're an electronic band that I've been following since 2014's "Toska" album. Personally I've seen them at Halifax Pop Explosion, East Coast Music Week, and, over in Toronto, at the NXNE festival. They put on some awesome live shows, where…Read More

One Track: “Confidence” – P’Aris

This latest track from the Canadian electro-pop duo is another slice of fantastic ethereal magic.  It’s a great track to sit back and relax to; it feels like a track to throw on while you’re out tooling around the city on a warm summer night during the wee hours.  This is a tune which should…Read More

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

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