Patrick Canning continues to dig through the archives…
Video from the CD launch earlier this year.
The eclectic and prolific Danny Keating has released an album that is actually for sale.
Clips from their reunion show this past holiday.
Clips from the December 18th show.
Clips of performances by The Once, The Dardanelles, Chris Kirby and the Marquee, Kujo, The Novaks, and Curtis Andrews.
This year is Patrick’s second Christmas classic, destined to be played in Wal~marts and churches across the nation for years to come.
Reptilian Lipstick is the most ass-kickingest, crotchgrabbingly, bad-ass album you’ll listen to this year, says Patrick Canning, so if you go to their shows you’d better dance and scream.
From the mysterious and magical land of Hamilton, Ontario, Wax Mannequin has been spreading his scruffy, unabashedly melodramatic, throaty cabaret prog-punk-pop for the better part of the decade.
New, interesting local instro act? Patrick Canning’s got it covered.
The Kremlin may have been forced into partial exile, but they still know how to bring rowdy serf rock to the masses.
Patrick spent his Halloween weekend like he spends most of his weekends: taking videos of people making fools of themselves.
YSP!WSD! have been tearing across the landscape supporting the release of their third album, and Wednesday was the first time they’d ever set foot in St. John’s.
Curtis Andrews has a mighty and powerful beard and a very colourful wardrobe. Besides these already wondrous attributes, he is also one of the most gifted and accomplished musicians this town has put out.
No, they aren’t severely troubled 12-year-olds or a band from New York City, but Monsterbator are a new local band. And last weekend they gave one of the most violent and energizing spectacles Patrick Canning has seen all year.