Members: Rob Drisdelle(Bass, Guitar, Vocals), Jamieson MacKinnon(Drums),
Auyon Siddiq(Guitar), Neil McPhee(Guitar, Bass, Vocals)
Bio: This band is mostly made of people from the West. This
is Rob Drisdelle, the local ringer on the bass' main band. Originally going by the name Bloody Kings of Power,
after adding Auyon to the lineup they changed their name to the equally slightly less terrible Audity. During their
career they have been finalists in the Your Big Break competition and played shows with The Porcelain Gods, Joel Plaskett
and The Salads.
A New Tomorrow
Members: Aaron Stonehouse (Drums), Scott Robinson (Bass, Vocals), Brent Stailing
Bio: The bad boys of the Tantallon pop punk sound. Pop Punk laced with emo straight
from the suburbs. This band is the evolution of Morning Star and Yesterday's Gone(funny past, present and future).
Word on the street is that they are recording something...
Members: Adam Hersey (Guitar, Vocals), Matt Kaiser (Drums), Luke McLeod (Bass)
Bio: These guys all reside in Timberlea. What more can you say?
Brought toogether by their love of Nirvana and punk rock music they "get the party started". Yes that was Pink
reference. Back to buisness, expect some Nirvana covering.
THEY DONT EXSIST ANYMORE...
After the demise of this band aside from playing in a Children of Bodom cover band Adam Hersey has started
to record a rap album.
(formerly refrred to as something with funk in it!)
Members: Myles Fillmore (Guitar), Justin Boudreau (Bass), Gabriel Beale (Bass), Zach
Bio: Did I say jazz? What I really meant was funk full flavoured funked out funkadelia.
Yes it is very true. The best way to put it is
"they've got groove up the yang and they will funk your face off!"
Zach Frampton went off to Vanier to boldly go where no drummer has gone before
and after conquering the puny Montreal musicians returned to take his rightful place behind the drum kit. They released
their first CD independantly and is currently retailing for 10 dollars or a goat using the barter system. Fillmore North
one the 2003-2004 Citywide Battle of the Bands and have appeared in the Atlantic Jazz Festival.
Relatively sure that
they are broken up, possibly for good.
Members: Cailean Lewis (Guitar, Vocals), Rob Drisdale (Bass), Josh Pellerine(Drums)
Bio: Formed during the many math class conversations that go on, Cailean
let his laziness(somewhat) go with the help of motivational speaker and local ringer Rob Drisdelle. After some drummer
hassle they successfully called Josh Pellerine on board to run the trap kit. Teddy Skiffington filled in on the
kit once. No one can tell if Cailean is always sarcastic or just a jerk. Sorry ladies he's taken.
Cailean was on Seasame Street... well actually Seasame Park. Adam Hersey used to be on drums but no he isn't.
Fancy that! Nancy are most likely to be seen canceling a gig because they "haven't practiced".
They don't exsist
either, though I did hear drunken exchanges between Rob and Cailean.
The Letter Unfolds (aka Hali's Screamo Kaaaangs)
Members: Kyle Sparks (guitar, vocals), Danny Hornsby (guitar), Seth Hiltz (drums),
Kirk Snair (squeals), Colin Robicheau (bass)
Biogiraffe: (thats right suckas!) It was once said that a band would spring from
Tantallon changing the face of theivery forever. The Malaisian bodyguards did not want this band to see the light of
day, but ropes are never tied to tight. So the battle begins, Arson vs Sobreity. So lock your doors and bleed
your pets...... Bangladesh. Of all the local bands the Letter Unfolds probably ahs the most drive getting on every
bill from here to Indo-China.
Patrick Faye parted ways with the boys and then they later changed their name(formerly Cinderblock Romance).
Colin Robicheau gave up bass duties in the summer of 2004 on account of his coffee and hooker addictions. But now he's back
and bigger than ever. The Letter Unfolds have demo for sale as well as rather attractive professionally made buttons.
They continue to be one of Halifax's most loved All Ages bands packing the venues.
Props to the Letter Unfolds for
actually sticking around and getting great opening gigs. They got a write up in the Gazette that praised them but was
kind of dumb. "It's hard to believe that these guys aren't even out of high school." Well they now are.