Published Apr 01, 2000Mike O'Neill
One half of indie pop duo the Inbreds flies the solo flag, and drops the bass for guitar and piano, with a set of new material that previews his first record, The Reverse Method, due in May.
Pure pop from the plethora of players, the Heavy Blinkers coax their pet sounds from a variety of strings, horns and theremin.
Charismatic crooning with an elegant sense of style is what to expect from this mysterious new entry on the Halifax scene, who happens to closely resemble Mike LeBlanc of Kick Like 50 and Rick of the Skins.
44°N/63°W: An East Coast Urban Explosion
A load of Halifax hip-hop talent gathers to celebrate the release of the East Coast Urban Explosion compilation, featuring Classified, Shy Love, Flexxman, Overloards, Bonshah and more.
DJ Skratch Bastard
Star athlete, honours student and 17-year-old high schooler by day, Paul Murphy moonlights as Atlantic Canada's best battle DJ, Skratch Bastard.