Alive in Tucson, a Saskatoon home-grown band, is the group to watch in 2017. The band’s members primarily reside in Saskatoon and have released a stellar EP sure to satiate garage dwellers everywhere.
The University of Saskatchewan has released tuition rates for the 2017-18 year, following the Board of Governor’s decision in December, creating new challenges for students in both undergraduate and graduate programs.
EP1 was initially released back in 2012 only on vinyl, but with the recent re-release of the artist’s debut, listeners can finally access these steamy melodies on streaming services.
Let out into the wilds as a companion piece to Thee Oh Sees’ earlier 2016 release A Weird Exits, the San Francisco elite garage band’s new album An Odd Entrances is moody, melodic and the perfect accompaniment to an evening of quiet contemplation.
Internet content and social media can have a huge influence on grassroots movements — just ask your bounty of Facebook friends who have “checked in” at Standing Rock in the past month.
When Spotify suggested this new release to me, I wasn’t sure what I was getting into — but the dreamy album art and promise of Celtic folk influences drew me in.
Solange is so much more than Beyoncé’s little sister
This long awaited album is absolutely nothing you’d expect from the mysterious, cabin-dwelling folk artist.
Don’t touch that dial Saskatoon — your community radio station is bringing back more great bands with a jam-packed two weeks of shows.
With sexual assault and nation-wide apathy towards survivors facing students on university campuses across the country, the University of Saskatchewan is taking steps to change the general outlook.