With Taylor Swift’s 1989 being this year’s only new release projected to sell a million copies, the death of the platinum album may very well be on the way.
A 13-track triumph of grungy instrumentals and sticky desert sound, LV wouldn’t be out of place playing as the background music to a surfing competition in California or a Mexican stand-off.
On Oct. 24, Saskatchewan-grown band Friends of Foes are taking the plunge and releasing their first single on vinyl.
Currently touring Canada to promote their new album Let’s Be Ready, The Wooden Sky must have decided that two shows were better than one.
Part of the Sound and Silence Collective, Apollo Cruz has been making a splash in the local music scene for two and a half years.
After having played in the Regina area for the last two years, the country and alternative rock band Slim City Pickers have released a self-titled album unlike anything else.
Black Rain played back-to-back shows at Buds On Broadway on Sept. 8 and 9 to upbeat and rowdy crowds.
A new school year is just beginning — and who would have guessed that an iTunes playlist could be the most important tool for studying success?
Running July 17–20, the Ness Creek music festival will continue the traditions that officially began in 1991.
Watching Blitzen Trapper perform live is a treat for any fan of heavy drumbeats, twangy guitar and wailing harmonica.