Tag Archives: The Carleton

Podcast Episode 16 – Mike Campbell

This week's podcast took us on the road to hang out with the one and only Mike Campbell. During our conversation, we chatted about his early beginnings, working for himself, starting out at MuchMusic, and this year's Halifax Urban Folk Festival. You can listen to the podcast over on SoundCloud, or subscribe over on iTunes… Read More

Podcast Episode 8 – Cameron

On the latest episode of the Basement Tapes, local rockers Cameron stop by to talk about their first full-length release Cameron. During the chat, Barb and Tori discuss the time it took to craft the album, living life as a musician and what it's like to be a female in the music industry. The cd… Read More

Craig Cardiff – The Carleton – 01.10.2016

While the party animals from Friday night were licking their wounds on a Saturday afternoon, some had the pleasure of an intimate acoustic show from the Ontario-based singer-songwriter Craig Cardiff. A rare all-ages show took place at the Carleton, that had a mixed crowd featuring a number of parents exposing their kids to a storyteller. Cardiff… Read More

Album Review // All Lit Up – Repartee

Writing and blogging about music is something I have done for the better part of two decades; there has been a vast array of music that is inherently disposable and I’ll rarely (if ever) return to. That is not the case with Newfoundland’s Repartee, a band I… Read More