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A hangover in 3/4 time

Pale morning sunlight pierces through your bedroom window, burning your eyelids. As you open ...

(Will Coumming/The AQ)

Neurologist explains how music can bring people to life

Music is a part of life. That’s what neurologist Dr. Wendy Stewart told attendees ...

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Sunday brunch with The Hypochondriacs: A Shivering Songs festival preview

If you’ve ever wandered into the Capital Complex and heard a rockin’ country band ...

Tanya Tagaq’s music, while not pleasing to the ear, is a unique and intriguing experience.(Submitted)

Modern throat singing comes to Fredericton

If an exorcism was a performance art, it would sound like Tanya Tagaq. The ...

(Sherry Han/The AQ)

‘A guy drags his roommate to an open mic at a bar …’

Dallas Pearson, a fourth-year student at the University of New Brunswick and aspiring musician, ...

(Sherry Han/The AQ)

‘The beautiful crackle’

For Emily Smith, vinyl records literally skipped a whole generation. “My grandfather had this ...

(Will Cumming/The AQ)

New sounds creep into Fredericton music scene

Harvest Jazz and Blues brought together a lot of different sounds this month, but ...

(Angela Bosse/The AQ)

First-year finds safe haven in songwriting

On a warm Tuesday evening, students settled into Kinsella to enjoy the annual Welcome ...

(Book Sadprasid)

New sounds at Harvest Jazz and Blues

It happens every year: The big white tents go up, Queen Street is closed ...

(Hadeel Ibrahim/The AQ)
A fire-spinning busker performs on Queen Street. The street is a great place to take in

the sights, smells and sounds of Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival without spending a dime.

Student’s Guide to Harvest Festival

My most memorable Harvest Jazz and Blues experience had me in a crowd surrounding ...

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The Tragically Hip perform ‘Grace Too’ in Hamilton, Ont. on Aug. 16.

This is not your parents’ The Tragically Hip

Aug. 20, 2016 marked an unforgettable day in Canadian music. It was the day ...