From the golden age of country music videos. Happy Friday all!
From Nova Scotia’s own, courtesy of the always-impressive Paradise of Bachelors.
White, male farmer offers scathing and productive “criticism”. Sound the alarm!
Farmer Tim Sekura recently made a giant, beautiful, classy sign to voice his displeasure. Check out the CBC for the offending piece of political discourse.
Of course, Sekura’s light on specifics. He mentions protests over Bill 6 and the carbon levy. That’s about it.
If there’s one thing to take away from the article, it’s Sekura saying:
“They don’t have a clue as far as running a business and the province is a very big business. They think that there’s no end to the money. They just tax more and spend more.”
Running the province like a business you say? How has that worked out for us in the last few years? How much more narrow can this man’s vision get?
Steely Dan on The Midnight Special. Happy Friday everyone! You can skip over the brief intro from serial rapist Bill Cosby.
From the buds who brought you “Out For A Rip”, here’s the next Canadian classic, “Oh Fuck Yeah Bud.”
Pretty self-explanatory stuff here buds.
Swedish indie psych group The Amazing’s new record Ambulance is streaming free right now over at NPR. Featuring Dungen guitarist Reine Fiske, the record’s laid back like Allas Sak but (so far) far less pan flute.