Nova Scotia superband Diamondtown’s ambient folk is intoxicating.
With “This Rusted Bike Lock” the Halifax band Cluttered set a frenetic pace and never ease up on an exciting ride of punk-pop.
From the EP ‘Transgender Dystopia Blues’.
Cursed Arrows (Jackie and Ryan Stanley) may have moved to Nova Scotia but their sound is as raw and abrasive as ever. Check out “Matter is an Illusion” from their upcoming album ‘Crone’ (November, 2022).
Halifax-based musician Jesse LeGallais (aka Wishkaah) with a great example of his hazy/gazey creations.
From the album ‘I Think You, And Maybe Me’.
These are our ten favourite tunes right now:
“Two Faced” by Megamall
“Microcosms” by Troll Dolly
“in the soil” by slowly becoming
“Walking Feels Slow” by Eliza Niemi
“The Tree Outside My House” by Paul Jacobs
“Hangman” by Picastro
“Have You Seen Her” by Bonnie Trash
“Do You” by Ghost Woman
“Africvillean Funk (ft. Trobiz)” by Aquakultre
“The Weeping Man” by By Divine Right
A swinging, funky, hip-hop number from Halifax’s Aquakultre.
From the album ‘Don’t Trip’.
Violinist extraordinaire Gina Burgess (The Jerry Cans) mixes East Coast celtic with some breezy jazz, with absolutely optimum results.
Nove Scotia band Shadow Folk get hippie-folksy on “House of Mirrors”.
From Shadow Folk’s upcoming 5 song EP ‘ROB/STEAL‘.
Two bands get together in a tribute to Californian punk band Enemy You.
“72 Hours” is from the album ‘Enemy Us’.
As we watch our beliefs, and our sense that they’re widely shared, come tumbling down like dominoes: how do we continue to understand and live with each other?
An intriguing question posed musically by the four ladies of Shoulder Season.