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.
Saskatoon’s only community radio station gears up for its annual funding drive — and it’s signalling people like you for support.
On Sept. 11, the Edwards Business Students’ Society hosted their annual Little Buddy Big Buddy Barbecue — or LB5Q 2k17 for the uninitiated.
The Sheaf finds out if the Arts piano plays a sweet or sour note for the College of Arts and Science.
Summer is a bittersweet occasion for music nerds worldwide. On the one hand, people might have more time to peruse the surplus of new releases. On the other hand, it is exceedingly difficult to stay on top of the best releases.
Welcome Week is always an exciting time for new and returning students alike, and those present at the Aboriginal Students’ Centre Welcome event on Sept. 1 had a unique reason to be enthused, as special guest Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participated in the festivities to start the year off.
Louis’ lovers, rejoice! Your favourite on-campus pub and eatery is going to look — and feel — a whole lot better this upcoming school year.
The PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival is an exciting time for theatre lovers in Saskatoon.