The Sheaf catches up with guitarist Brandon Scott on Yukon Blonde’s transnational tour.
At the typical record-release rate, musicians put out an album every couple of years. It’s an impressive feat when artists manage to put out albums yearly. For Australian psych-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, these conventions are merely suggestions — Polygondwanaland is the band’s latest album and their fourth full-length release this year. Polygondwanaland…
A little bit of music can make studying — which is a fairly monotonous task — a little more enjoyable. However, your scholarly soundtrack can also hinder your focus.
Sometimes you have to stage a Shrekathon to understand why the series is so damn meme-worthy.
You don’t have to spend loads of money or time to get your caffeine fix — there are a number of cheap ways to make coffee.
George van den Broek — the man behind the Yellow Days moniker — discovers an infectious strain of neosoul with his first full-length release, Is Everything Okay in Your World?
You don’t have to go down to River Landing to view exceptional artwork — it’s already here at the University of Saskatchewan.
The latest album from part-time New Pornographer and full-time enigma Destroyer is titled ken. Like so many others lately, the album unabashedly taps into the musical zeitgeist of the 1980s, but in a more nuanced way.
While Canada’s sonic focus tends to be on Toronto and Vancouver, Saskatoon definitely punches above its weight category when it comes to music. Here are some of the best Bridge City boogies for your listening pleasure.
Prince of jazz Kamasi Washington returns to the sonic zeitgeist with his latest EP, Harmony of Difference. Following his aptly named, nearly three-hour-long album The Epic, Harmony of Difference is a breath of fresh air.