Local musicians Jesse Selkirk and Aaron Engel were brought together by necessity in 2008. Ever since, they've been working on putting out an album and are set to release their debut.
Set in a time when hysteria was considered a treatable condition and women were subject to the whims of their husbands, La Troupe du Jour's latest production explores the repercussions of religious dogma on the mind.
A trans-continental project, Common Grackle is made up Guelph's Gregory Pepper and Saskatoon's Factor and orchestrated by Ceschi Ramos of Fake Four Inc, an independent label out of Connecticut.
With a sound that has been described as “magically moody” by a much more reputable publication than this, Winnipeg's latest export Les Jupes are on their way to success with their debut album Modern Myths.
As you watch Morris Panych's Lawrence and Holloman unfold you will find yourself wondering, “How on earth can this end well?”
Made up of six University of Saskatchewan drama grads Skit Skit does pre-written and rehearsed sketch comedy.
Local duo Violent Kin have been on the road for quite a while. The tour of their most recent EP Velvet Hideout will reach a final conclusion when they play to a hometown crowd this weekend.
Bonjay, the Spice Island slang for “Good God” is also the origin of the name for the Ottawa electro duo heading to Saskatoon this week.
After gallivanting across the Earth for the past month or so, Bedouin Soundclash is back in their home and native land and are ready to embark on their North American tour of their most recent album.
If the idea of taking puppets and using them for the twisted purposes of mature humour doesn't strike your fancy, there is something wrong with you.