This week on Anything Goes, we stack it with all-new singles and albums from rock legends to synth pop up-and-comers.
In this episode; writer, filmmaker and co-owner of Raynemaker Productions Tim Rayne provides some ideas and suggestions of how to make a great video for your music project. Having created some of the best music videos to come out of the local scene, Tim lets you know that you don’t need a lot of fancy gear and there’s some great resources in your city to help get you started.
Today on Homemade Jams we keep it pretty chill with Dylan Menzie, Kurtis Eugene, Brookside Mall, and Major Love.
Fowlie’s honest songwriting is easy to connect with and you find yourself immersed in every story he’s trying to tell. Whether it’s about toxic people living through a filter, someone who’s stuck in life, or even just looking for a good time; we all know someone who can relate to the circumstance. Or, maybe it’s even you yourself.
Today on Homemade Jams we work in some folk, pop, metal, and more! Your best connection to the East Coast music scene.
Today on Homemade Jams we’re playing some new tunes, some old tune, and everything in between (including some sick line-ups happening in a few weeks at The Capital and Grimross Brewing Co.!)
Mike Bern, Wolastoqiyik singer-songwriter from Tobique First Nation, releases his first single as a solo artist. Formerly of Indigenous Music Award winning bands Kickin’ Krotch and District Avenue, Bern keeps his alternative rock roots while exploring a more Canadiana sound.
This episode of AG features music that you need to hear; including Dentist, Deaf Wish, YSIL, Great Lake Swimmers + more!
Congratulations to The Motorleage who have their single on the Top10 Billboard Rock Chart! We also hear DenMother, Kill Chicago & more!
Nancy Wilson is a singer, songwriter, producer, and co-fronted the first female-fronted rock band, Heart, with her sister Ann. With over 4 decades of performing under her belt, this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee is touring to Atlantic Canada with her new project, Roadcase Royale.
Wilson took a moment to chat with Bondo about forming the new band, how writing is now different, her explanation of the Seattle music boom, and leaves advice for the participants of Fredericton’s Girls+ Rock Camp.
Today on Homemade Jams we chat with THEE Nancy Wilson and hear new music from Mike Bern, The Town Heroes, Adyn Townes, and more!
In Episode 004, local musicians Jaclyn Reinhart and Colin Fowlie admit to being late bloomers in the music scene, but both are determined to make music their career! Reinhart and Fowlie both chat about getting into the scene late and figuring out exactly where they fit in.
The music business is hard enough to navigate, now you have to worry about protecting your butt? In Episode 003, Halifax entertainment lawyer Matt Gorman covers some on the things you might want in writing, even when just starting out your career. Also be aware of some potential red flags in contracts/agreements (which don’t have to long, arduous documents), and get a 101 on business structures and copyright.
This week on Anything Goes we play all new music from some pretty great bands and musicians, including Grounders, Frazey Ford, & Baby Cages!
Today on Homemade Jams we check out Eric’s Trip, The Motorleague, Les Païens, and other bands not from Moncton. 🙂
Today on Homemade Jams we check out some new tunes from Loyal Thieves and Adyn Townes, plus local favourites too!
Content is king now, amirite?
And no one is better at online videos than Stephen Lewis. His videos regularly are viewed tens of thousands of times and are shared by hundreds. So what’s the secret?
In Episode 002, fun funk master Stephen Lewis shares his tips on making videos, and how to successfully share them It’s simpler than you think.
A project developed by a group of four St. Thomas University Social Work students (including Natalia Martinez, Emma Kilpatrick, Andrew Daniels and Taylor Newman) was called Hidden Faces of Poverty: Stories Untold. The primary focus of the project was the Household Income Policy. However, at the public event they hosted it was suggested by attendees that the current system should eventually be replaced by a more equitable manner of assisting people.
Mr. Coon, MLA for Fredericton South and Ms. Taeyon Kim, the Constituency Coordinator for Mr. Coon, discuss the New Brunswick’s Department of Social Development’s Household Income Policy, with its often devastating effects on Social Assistance recipients.
This edition of Anything Goes recaps some of my favourite releases from the past few months; featuring UNI, Baby Cages, Father John Misty, The Olympic Symphonium, Melody’s Echo Chamber, and Adyn Townes.
Today on Homemade Jams 12 chat with both The Lay Awakes (Brooklyn, NY) and The Royal Foundry (Edmonton, AB) plus hear some great local tunes!
You’ve written some great music, it’s now recorded and finally ready to be released into the world! So, now what? Pigeon Row’s Trevor Murphy gives tips on the additional pieces needed to go along with your music release.
Today on Homemade Jams we dug out some older tracks and mixed them in with some newer! Morohubu, AOTP, Idlers, Erin Costelo + more!
Track Listing: 1.) Paul McCartney & WINGS – Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five 2.) Matt Mays – Drive On 3.) The Waking Night – Vena Cava 4.) Little You Little Me – Racket In My Brain 5.) Beard Springsteen – Bored at the ECMAs 6.) MELONVINE – Co-Dependent 7.) DAZOR – The Right Side 8.)
Track Listing: 1.) Chillteens – Sweet Bay 2.) Adyn Towns – I Believe 3.) She Roars – Petty Thieves 4.) Ladd & Lasses – Caught In The Middle 5.) Bad People – Rest In Peace 6.) DenMother – Victoria 7.) Wangled Teb – Home 8.) Baby Cages – Gold (Toronto, ON) All-ages show @ CHSR!