Music & Arts news from Southern New Brunswick

Month: June 2012

Third Space Presents OPEN ARTS: Dream Episode

Tonight at the Interaction School of Performing Arts you can catch “an intriguing multi-channel performance” featuring soprano voice Helen Pridmore, dancer/choreographer Sarah Johnson Power from Connection Dance Works, contrabass/composer Andrew Reid Miller and violist Rachael Gibson. The music will include compositions by USA’s James Tenney (“spectral minimalism”), Hungary’s György Kurtág (neo-expressionism), and a new dance/audio/video collaboration between Sarah Johnson Power and Andrew Reid Miller.

OPEN ARTS: Dream Episode is brought to you by Motion Ensemble, Local 107.3, and Interaction School of Performing Arts. This is a prelude to the OPEN ARTS performance series coming in Fall 2012. Show starts at 8PM and the cost is 12$ for adults and 8$ for children & students.

If you’re in the Fredericton area this evening, Ingrid Mueller Art + Concepts presents Reaching For the Sky, a show featuring emerging artists Amy Ash, Jared Betts, Marie Fox, Ryan Livingstone, Adam MacDonald, Deanna Musgrave, Jared Peters, Jean Rooney, Stephen Williams. The show runs 5-7 PM at 98 Regent Street, Fredericton.

Local 107.3fm Top 30 For the Week Ending: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Here are the latest Local 107.3fm charts for the week ending Tuesday, June 26, 2012.

This Week/Last Week/Artist/Title

1 2 Jack White Blunderbuss
2 26 White Lung Sorry
3 3 The Ketamines Spaced Out
4 8 Zeus Busting Visions
5 12 Eight And A Half Eight And A Half
6 11 The Long Distance Runners Tracks
7 13 Humans Traps
8 re Dale Murray Dream Mountain Dream
9 5 The Joel Plaskett Emergency Scrappy Happiness
10 1 Wintersleep Hello Hum
11 4 BadBadNotGood BBNG2
12 6 Reagan’s Rayguns Terrible Things
13 7 PS I Love You Death Dreams
14 9 Apollo Ghosts Landmark
15 10 Cousins The Palm At The End Of The Mind
16 14 The North Lakes Grand Prix
17 15 Twin Library The Abandoned Reel
18 16 Little You Little Me Two Singles
19 17 Wooden Wives CanCon Twistin’ At The Knife
20 18 Cold Specks I Predict A Graceful Expulsion
21 19 Bitterweed Draw Heart Of The Old West
22 20 Hellaluya/Cartoons Hellaluya/Cartoons Split
23 21 Paradise Animals Paradise Animals
24 22 The Taste Of Piss Put Your Hands In Me
25 23 Lee Ranaldo Between The Times & The Tides
26 24 Yellowteeth / Astral Gunk Gets’ In Car / Astral Gunk
27 25 Vulgar, you Fais-moi cuire fais-moi jouir
28 27 Mitchmatic It’s Probably Raining
29 28 Bocce Future 1.0
30 29 Mrs. Johnston Handshakes When We Win

The Quarrelsome Yeti needs our help!

You’re probably familiar with giraffecycler Geordan Moore’s t-shirts, totes & prints. The Quarrelsome Yeti is a small screen-print, apparel and design business based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Until recently, Geordan was able to share equipment and studio space with another Halifax artist. He’s found himself having to move on and needs our help to purchase a new press and some other equipment.

For your contribution, you will receive perks such as an official membership card to the Quarrelsome Yeti Conservatory as well as other goodies in accordance with the size of your donation. For this special event he has brought back two popular prints: Owl (my personal favourite) and The Fightin’ Yeti.

Click herefor more details on how you can support this independent artist.

Local 107.3fm: “From Small Station to Community Developer in Ten Short Years”

In 2002, one year after its inception, Campus Radio Saint John Inc. (CFMH 92.5FM at the time), as host of that year’s National Campus & Community Radio Conference, won the Small Station Award at the NCRA/ANREC Community Radio Awards (then the Standard Radio Awards of Excellence). Ten short years later, at the 2012 NCRC in Kingston, O.N., CFMH-FM (Local 107.3FM) has been recognized with a CKLN Community Development Award.

Local 107.3FM would like to personally recognize the Community Radio Fund of Canada which funded the volunteerism-focused radio program (entitled “Vested Interest”) that, as feedback indicates, has had significant positive impact on our community-at-large. The program was created to provide volunteer groups and volunteer-driven organizations an opportunity to tell the city about what they do, why they do it, and what benefits the community sees from their efforts. The beneficiaries included the Conservation Council of New Brunswick, the Youth Inclusion program, the Saint John Learning Exchange, the Resource Centre for Youth, AIDS Saint John, READ SJ, the Saint John Multicultural and Newcomers Resource Centre, Sexual Assault Resource Team, Atlantic Coastal Action Plan, and more. These organizations reported very positive experiences including increased attention to their efforts, increased volunteerism, and more.

For further information, contact: Brian Cleveland, Station Manager, (506) 648-5667,

Music New Brunswick AGM Tonight

Music NB is holding its Annual General Meeting tonight at the InterAction School of Performing Arts (Sanctuary Theatre). If you’re involved with the New Brunswick music community, or want to become involved, you should definitely pop by. The event starts at 7PM.