I used to refer to Dallas Green as kind of whiny. His music always seemed so full of angst and kind of sad – as if he constantly had a broken heart. After seeing him and his all-star band, City and Colour, on the Halifax Waterfront during Jazz Fest though, my opinion has changed…slightly.
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Ria Mae is from the little-big city of Halifax, Nova Scotia and has had no problem packing multiple venues – be it dive bars or concert halls – since her hit single, Clothes Off, hit the airwaves last year. Mae moved to Montreal in the winter in hopes of being inspired and courted by the […]
I know I say this often, but Nova Scotia, Canada has some serious musical talent. A lot of that talent comes from a tiny island – Cape Breton. Like The Town Heroes, Dave Sampson and Port Cities (all who I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing before), Regal Beagle hails from Cape Breton Island but with […]
There’s a venue in Halifax, Nova Scotia where bikes, mannequins and stained glass adorn the ceilings and you only have about a handful of options when it comes to beverages. Also, the bathrooms and the ATM are both in the basement (which is another bar completely). These characteristics don’t sound like they’d belong to one […]
The Town Heroes are a two piece band from a tiny island (Cape Breton) in Nova Scotia, Canada. They’re self-described as “the most noise two Cape Bretoners can make,” and they certainly deliver on that. By listening to their albums, Please, Everyone is their newest, you’d never know that it’s only two guys – Mike […]
Music Festivals to me are like all-inclusive vacations to other people. Nothing makes me happier, more excited or more at peace than the thought of heading to a music festival. That’s why I’m stoked that my little-big city of Halifax, Nova Scotia has developed its own – Halifax Pop Explosion (HPX).
Three years ago I moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia and what I was most excited to discover about my new home was how diverse the local music scene is. Halifax only has half a million people in it and some of my favourite concert venues obviously can’t compete with the likes of those in Toronto […]