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One on one with Canadian indie band Mother Mother

Mother Mother's frontman Ryan Guldemond doesn't dig happy songs: "“It's funny. I do gravitate towards slower, darker songs and sometimes I kind of feel like I need to remind myself to be positive. Happy songs irk me. I like cold, dense and realistic portraits of humanity, which inevitably I think are quite humourous.”

Beginners in happiness and love

Beginners is the story of a grieving son and frustrated lover, and the memories of his father who enjoyed liberation only at the very end of his life. But more than that, it is the story of how it is never too late to chase after that ever-elusive dream called happiness.

The Sheepdogs are homegrown winners

On Aug. 1, Saskatoon band the Sheepdogs were named the winners of Rolling Stone's “Do You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star” contest and were awarded a prestige spot on the cover of the Aug. 18 issue (out Aug. 5) ”” the first time an unsigned band has ever graced the cover.

Fringe review: Big Shot

Part three in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. Big Shot is a fast paced character piece involving six compelling and unique personalities intertwined against the backdrop of Vancouver.

Fringe review: It’s Been Taken

Part two in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. It's Been Taken is a lovely comic break if you want to tickle your funny bone, reminisce about your past and escape your own harsh reality for sixty minutes.

Fringe review: Shoot! Get Treasure! Repeat!

Part one in a series of reviews featuring a selection of plays at the Saskatoon Fringe Festival. Shoot! Get Treasure! Repeat! is an intense production that will take command of your heart, attention and your mind ”” and just won't stop until the curtain falls.

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