Halifax

Waye Mason Turns 40! A Fundraiser for the Parker Street Food & Furniture Bank

Waye Mason Turns 40! A Fundraiser for the Parker Street Food & Furniture BankFeaturing seven short sets in a relentless deluge of some of the best music Halifax has to offer:Three Sheet 1:30 We’re Doomed 1:00 The Extremities 12:30 Alright Already 12:00 Old Blood 11:30 This Ship 11:00 Sacrificing Sound 10:30I’m turning 40, and I couldn’t be happier. My friends –more–

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Chronicle Herald | Hearing the Music in Opposite Land

Note: This article was published in the Thursday, April 15th 2010 issue of the Chronicle Herald on the Op/Ed page. Here we go again. Pundits, operators, bureaucrats and politicians across opposite land will mobilize to support or deride the newly revealed government handout for the Paul McCartney concert. Welcome to just another day in opposite land. In 2006, the Rolling –more–

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High dudgeon in the arts and culture world!

Apparently some people were still talking about a $1.1 million cut to the Culture Division by the NDP government. While I was one of those people, I quickly called around and got the straight goods – most of the cut is through one time programs being over, or funding responsibility being moved to other divisions. So luckily I was able –more–

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Google fail, & RIAA once again misses the point.

There is a furor, yes, a raging furor, on the internet right now over Blogger’s deletion of some music/mp3 blogs from their service. For those of you who don’t know, an mp3 blog posts a review of an album AND a song or two as mp3. Usually, the reputable blogs have permission, which marketing people are more than willing to –more–