The Stanfields are a Canadian rock music group, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Described by some sources as "the bastard children of AC/DC and Stan Rodgers. The band blends a hard rock style with elements of traditional Atlantic Canadian folk music.
From small town Prince Edward Island, Christine Campbell launched her new album, Roller Coaster, in March 2017. It is a true representation of her diverse influences – from hard rock and 70’s rock to roots and blues.
Cameron Nickerson is a singer/songwriter from Halifax, Nova Scotia. His debut solo album "Detours" recorded at Codapop Studios.
Andre Pettipas and the Giants
Sing along anthem songs with ear worm hooks that will reel you in and release you into a musical wave of vintage grease coast rock n' roll attitude combined with 90's rock/pop sound.
The Town Heroes
The Town Heroes are an alt-rock power duo crafting catchy, lyrical, hard-hitting and anthemic songs that sound like a party you wish you were at.
Hillsburn is a five-piece, indie-rock band from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Rawlins Cross is one of Canada’s most accomplished and beloved Celtic bands
Tyler Hache is a singer/songwriter from Moncton, New Brunswick. His debut album "Silent" recorded at Codapop Studios.
Kilmore is the dark horse that comes to town. Each branch of the Kilmore group brings a different perspective which guides them in creating something authentic. The results are an album with significant weight and emotions that are profoundly embedded in the depth of the psyche. Heavy groove and melodies you listen to on a road trip into to the abyss.