It feels strange making an apology right off the bat, but it has to be said. We’re sorry St. John’s, you got us. We can’t keep up with your awesome-band-spawning ability, and we feel bad we can’t cover all of the great new music that has sprung up in the city over the past year or so.
But isn’t it cool to know that what you’re looking at now is just scratching the surface?
Audio selections from Newfoundland bands featured in our New Music issue of 2009.
Local biz news SECH designs gets a new studio, Dusk relaxes its dress code, and The Keg owner is frustrated with construction.
I’ve gathered a few helpful tips on what to do and what not to do if you end up having to go to work hung-over.
Hurling comes to Newfoundland, fairy tales come to life, the all ages hardcore and punk scene is nearly homeless, and a new gallery appears.
Yes, it’s happening again. No, I’m not talking about the span worm takeover. It’s time for the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival.
Eg Walters says he’s never seen food bank stocks drop this low in the 17 years he’s been general manager of the Community Food Sharing Association.
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs underestimate its audience? Does Up overestimate it?
Dan Savage: Helping you relieve your frustrations since 1991.
Irish ex-patriot and current local singer-songwriter Tony Benn’s new album travels onto a lonesome road with a simple directness and a strong and sorrowful voice.
Rob Brezsny says not to worry about the money, Leo.
The Dardanelles’ debut self titled album is an taut, dynamic and energetic mix of various strings, squeeze boxes and worldly influences.
Some of our picks of the fortnight.
Your elaborate DVD packaging sucks.