Part of east coast metal’s 10-year club, the Annapolis Valley trio Doom Machine returns with their fifth album “The War Inside”. This album shows the band in a very comfortable spot in their sound and has balanced the dosage they mix traditional, thrash and stoner metal elements with their overarching theme of doom metal. The
The eighth studio album for UK metal-core outfit Architects proves that they remain one of the most relevant groups in their genre and that the emotional knife they carve their music with is still sharp. The record is a 42-minute ode to founding member Tom Searle, who died on August 20th, 2016, three months after
Dr. Limoges’ work focuses on the interplay between climate, sea ice, ocean circulation and primary production.
Both Dr. Sarah Gander and Sarah Campbell are aiming to better the care of families and children through the New Brunswick Social Pediatrics Research Program.
This week we went back in the east coast metal archives with tracks from Oceans Will Rise, Anthesis, A Sight For Sewn Eyes and Fifty Feet of Earth. We also played a track off the new Graves EP by Sydney, Nova Scotia punks Keith Doom and the Wrecking Crew! Check it out here: Graves (EP)
This is the second half of the interview with Professor Kelly Miles who has a focus in forensic taphonomy- the study of human decomposition, and using stable isotopes to assess post-mortem interval (PMI).
Adam Dyker is a professor at the University of New Brunswick and his current research is focused on the development of organic rechargeable batteries.
On today’s show I played an interview with Singer/Songwriter Birdie Whyte out of Ottawa, Ontario, who will be performing at Grimross Brewing this Thursday, October 4th, as part of her One Night Band’s tour where she is performing alongside a different band for each date. For the Fredericton show she will be performing with The
On this episode I’m joined by Chris Waddell, Larry Hall and Ian Noble to talk about the upcoming benefit show for the late Donnie Robichaud and all the ways you can help support the memorial trust fund for his children. One of which is by purchasing a “Rock For Donnie” t-shirt which my guests are
On this episode, Moncton’s Dischord stopped by to talk about their new album “Corruption of Innocence”, their new label PRC Music and some of the dark meanings behind their song titles. DISCHORD Corruption of Innocence CD by PRC MUSIC We also played the latest from Architects and threw back to some classic Slipknot and Black
Harvest Jazz and Blues is officially underway after the first tent show of the festival last night. This year’s festival technically started on Tuesday night at the playhouse with performances by Fredericton’s own Ross Neilsen and The Blind Boys of Alabama, but most dedicated patrons will tell you that it doesn’t truly feel like Harvest
Today we chat with Toronto’s Ben Kunder who’s touring the East Coast in support of his new record, Better Human.
#10. Samantha Martin, #9. Frog Eyes, # 8. Couer De Pirate, #7. Calpurnia, #6. Denmother, #5. Ceeb Dread, #4. Olympic Symphonium, #3. Monowhales, #2. Tampa, #1. Brookside Mall Thanks for listening!!!!!
Women on Wednesdays Playlist: Natalie Prass “Oh My”, Baby Cages “Flowers”, Elephants Gerald “Achilles Feel”, Bernice “St. Lucia”, Momma “Turf War”, Liz Phair “6’1”, Jacklyn Reinhart “Liam”, Christine Campbell “Exit Out”, Liz Stringer ” Casey”, Brittany McQuinn “Sudden Stop”, Ladd &Lasses “Not giving up Yet”, Aimee Mann “Freeway”, Aimee Mann “Stranger into Starman” Thanks for
Today on Homemade Jams we hear from Jordan Circosta of MONOWHALES about their new EP and what’s coming up in their future!
Track Listing: 1.) Raglan Road – Fox on the Run 2.) Patrick Murray – Losing Sight of Shore 3.) Cameron Nickerson – If She’s Like 4.) The Hypochondriacs – The Meeting Place 5.) Matt Steele & The Corvette Sunset – It Won’t Happen Again 6.) The Stratified – Back To You 7.) Dillon Anthony –
Another great top ten this week!!!! #10. David Vest #9. Motherhood (Fredericton) # 8. Kilmore #7. Rich Aucoin #6. Tampa #5. Mitch Rayner (Fredericton) #4. Art the Band #3. Myles Goodwin #2. Nightowls #1. Joyful Noise (Fredericton) Thanks for listening!!!
What a great top 10 this week! Lots of local and almost all Canadian. #10. Art the Band #9. Joyful Noise (Fredericton) #8. Sue Foley #7. Free To Grow (Fredericton) #6. Tampa #5. Myles Goodwyn #4. David Vest #3. David R. Elliot (Fredericton) #2. Conor Gains #1. Mitch Rayner (Fredericton)
It’s mostly bad sports news on Overtime this week: We talked about the issues plaguing the Ottawa Senators, particularly in regards to the Peace Bond and Harassment claims surround the Karlsson and Hoffman families. Note: All charges are alleged in this case, nothing has been confirmed yet and details are coming out all the time,
Prep yourself for kick-off with our WORLD CUP PREVIEW SHOW We also go in depth on the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup victory. Then we tack on some odds and ends Should we drop the K and Crox if Johnny is a permanent cast member? Thoughts? -K Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts
#10. Art the Band #9. Sergeant Thunderhoof #8. Joyful Noise #7. Conor Gains #6. Rich Aucoin #5. Sue Foley #4. Mitch Raynor #3. Free to Grow #2. Tampa #1. Sean Poluk *#11. The Mighty River
Please tune in to our fantastic New Brunswick Underground Music Scene featuring the ultimate co-host John Heinstein!!! 8 am – 9am every Thursday.
Please be sure to tune in this Wednesday morning at 8 am for Instant Breakfast live with my guest Jaclyn Reinhart!!!!
A huge thanks to Julie Comeau for joining me on Instant Breakfast to make your Tuesdays a little brighter!!!
Join us this Thursday for more incredible underground New Brunswick music!!!!