Shaun LB Finds New Musical Path With Dawn

This coming Tuesday evening at the Capitol Theatre, Moncton musician Shaun LeBlanc will be giving his audience a preview of his next full-length album, Dawn, which is due for release this coming fall. A Royal Conservatory of Music trained pianist,…
Raising The Buddha Bear and Holy Whale

The picturesque seaside community of Alma is known for many things in the Maritimes. Aside from being the southern gateway to Fundy National Park, the area is also renowned for its lobster and scallop fishing, as well as its delicious,…
Mike Bochoff Band Content To Play The Long Game

In an era during which mediocrity and novelty are often rewarded over songs with political and social substance, Nova Scotia’s Mike Bochoff is quite understandably concerned about the state of music today. While it’s impossible to deny the impact of…
Saint Johners Paying Tribute To Bob Dylan

Since the dawn of rock and roll in the early 1950’s, few songwriters have had the cultural impact as Bob Dylan. Over the course of the last six decades, the Nobel Prize-winning laureate has penned some of the most stirring…
Review: Jason Haywood – Folklore (Independent)

For his third full-length effort, Moncton’s Jason Haywood travels a different musical path. While his previous albums fit neatly into an Americana type of vibe, Folklore explores the darker side of the genre and folk music in general. There is…