Prolific Canadian singer-songwriter Hawksley Workman is en route to New Brunswick for a trio of shows in Saint John, Fredericton and Moncton next week. Joining him will be Halifax’s Jenn Grant for what is certain to be an evening of…

What a long, strange trip it has been for Moncton-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Mike Plume. With a music career that was building momentum with each successive album release from the mid 90s into this decade, Plume not so abruptly pulled the…

Moncton blues-rocker Chris Colepaugh and his band The Cosmic Crew have a few shows coming up in the province after what seems like a long layoff from playing shows on home turf. The first show on the band’s schedule is…

Charlottetown pop band Two Hours Traffic are hoping to capitalize on the momentum gained with their 2007 breakthrough record Little Jabs with their brand new record Territory, which hit store shelves this past Tuesday. Two Hours Traffic guitarist Alec O’Hanley…

The sophomore record from Vancouver’s Dustin Bentall shows a remarkable amount of growth as a singer-songwriter in the two years since his 2007 debut Streets With No Lights. Although that record showed glimpses of what could lay in store for Bentall, Six Shooter confirms…

After their sophomore record Shine On failed to deliver the same success that Aussie rockers Jet found with their debut album, the band temporarily went their separate ways. On first listen, I wasn’t terribly bowled over by the first few…

Three years have passed since New Orleans alternative-rock/indie-rock band Mutemath made a big impression on fans and the public alike with their 2006 debut record. Garnering some mainstream airplay for their single “Typical,” the band were road-hogs, taking their explosive…

Halifax-based folk singer Amelia Curran has a brand spanking new CD on store shelves and is playing a couple of shows in New Brunswick to help promote the fantastic roots-inspired record. A multiple past East Coast Music Award nominee, Curran…

Thee Requiems have been poking around the Moncton music scene for years now and on this latest CD, they craft irresistible pop anthems for the hopeful and the disaffected. It’s hard not to tap your foot along to jangly guitar-pop…

The Moncton music scene, like that of almost any city in this great nation of ours, has seen its share of ups and downs throughout history. No matter where they lie geographically, there is an inevitable ebb and flow to…