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Flouting convention: new release explores flutes, films and the unknown

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St. John’s flutist’s newest release a unique DVD collaboration with filmmakers

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One-on-one with Hayden

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In the lead-up to his second-ever Island visit, Canadian folk songwriter Hayden Desser is interviewed by Newfoundland musician Jon Janes.

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Telling other people’s stories

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Back with her short but impressive third effort, ‘On Personhood’, Halifax songwriter Gianna Lauren will unveil her new songs to audiences in St. John’s Thursday and Friday.

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Chris Picco running a shorter distance

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The writing’s in the sand for the lead singer of popular St. John’s rock band the Long Distance Runners: ‘The Beach’ is a hallmark effort by a very promising artist.

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Annual independent music and arts festival underway in St. John’s

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Now in its third year, Lawnya Vawnya celebrates independent and do-it-yourself music and art.

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The musician in us all

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February is music-making month as the popular annual RPM Challenge gets underway.

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Electro-pop meets your mother’s bell bottoms

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New Nightlands album offers deep and dreamy delights

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St. John’s band to attempt world record

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Whilst on tour in Europe, The Burning Hell are endeavouring to play 10 shows in 10 countries in 24 hours…kids you not!

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Chris Kirby and the Wonder of Wonderizer

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Jazz, Soul, and East Coast storytelling merge on new record

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Heed the Hare

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Atlantic Canada’s most unique literary and musical festival kicks off

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Sean Panting | Man of the Year

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Veteran rocker colours inside the lines instead of turning it up to 11

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Priscilla Ahn | When You Grow Up

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For those who take sweet over salt

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Rock Shows | The Subtitles

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Megan Coles takes a look at who’s playing this weekend and what their story is – in this second installment, she chats with The Subtitles

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