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362 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB
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· Sep · 15 Tue at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
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Viet Cong Viet Cong

It takes less than sixty seconds of album opener “Newspaper Spoons” for you to decide that Viet Cong is a winter record. The album has barely begun, and the guitar doesn’t snarl until the end of that opening minute, but it still presents a palpable iciness in just a few short moments. It’s bitter. It stings. But once you’re in it, and you’re bracing yourself and charging ahead, “Newspaper Spoons” moves from a punishing, almost militarized drumbeat to a melody that’s still menacing but also delicate, almost celestial.

That instinct for humanizing a stone-cold song is Viet Cong’s greatest gift and sharpest weapon. It’s harsh, but exhilarating. Themes of deconstruction and disintegration, of hardening and crumbling seem to come from every direction. But time and again, they are rescued by something—a little bit of humor, a cathartic moment, even a basic human goof. In fact, as the members of Viet Cong worked through the songs that make up this record, they erred on the side of keeping those moments that save Viet Cong from being overly mechanized. “There have to be strange little goofups and stuff that’s sometimes intentional, sometimes not,” bassist and lead singer Matt Flegel explains. “I have a bleak sense of humor, too, so some lyrics might seem funny to me even though anyone else might think they’re desperately hopeless.”

· Nov · 13 Fri at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
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CHRISTINA MARTIN at The Capital Complex Fri Nov 13 2015 at 8:00 pm CHRISTINA MARTIN at The Capital Complex (Fredericton) - Fri Nov 13 2015 at 8:00 pm

“Fans of Petty and Springsteen, this is for you” Voted 9/10 Americana-UK

“Vocally Supreme, Lyrically Superb and the music is second to none.”
Rock Bandom-UK

“Rootsy East Coast songstress Christina Martin delivers another winner
with her fifth album, It’ll Be Alright.” Kerry Doole, New Canadian
Music Experimentation is the lifeblood of any artist. But occasionally
they experience moments when everything comes into focus, and suddenly
they have opened a door to a limitless creative future.

Christina Martin has reached that point on her fifth album, ‘It’ll Be
Alright,’ a 10-song collection that finds the Halifax-based
singer-songwriter attaining what her music has always suggested, a
place where the ghosts of her musical heroes freely mingle with
pop-rock’s modern architects.

The album’s brilliance is its seamless blend of the past and present.
The bridge between them is Martin’s voice, an instrument both haunting
and immediate, traits that could also best describe ‘It’ll Be
Alright’’s lyrical content. To say the album is Martin’s most
accomplished effort to date is stating the obvious; what is remarkable
is how her maturity has translated into her most accessible album to
date as well.

Working closely with her husband Dale Murray (Cuff The Duke, The
Guthries), Martin made a conscious effort not to be bound by the
expectations of those who have categorized her in the past as an
alt-country artist. Although she will never shed those influences,
‘It’ll Be Alright’ utilizes far more sonic textures, allowing Martin
to explore the many sides of her musical personality.

A powerful album, a killer band, and an unforgettable live experience
– for Christina Martin, things are shaping up to be a lot more than
alright.

· Nov · 26 Thu at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
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The Glorious Sons The Glorious Sons

There is a mechanic shop in the heart of industrial Kingston - it’s tucked in the corner of a dusty cul-de-sac, surrounded by dead trees and rusted out machinery. That’s where The Glorious Sons call home. Having burst onto the scene in 2013 by winning the HTZ-FM Rocksearch and following that up with three consecutive top 3 Active Rock singles (“Mama” #6, “White Noise” #2, “Heavy” #2, "Lightning" #2), this band’s ascent in the world of Canadian music has been quick and well-deserved. The Sons were by all metrics, the most-played new Canadian artist on Rock radio in 2014. They are the next generation of great Canadian rock to emerge from the Lime Stone City. 2015 sees The Sons shifting their focus to the U.S., where their single "Heavy" continues to make radio noise.

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