The presentation is a big part of Diamond Rings’s appeal, but the music is just as refreshing. The songs are mostly synth-heavy dance anthems with O’Regan’s low baritone layered overtop, singing about anything from avoiding sunburn to tales of unrequited love.
Few bars in Saskatoon capture the essence of a secret hideaway that the Somewhere Else Pub and Grill does.
Sackville, N.B.’s Jim Killpatrick is a really nice guy. And no, I don’t mean “nice, for a rock star.” I mean like one of the most kind, humble individuals I have ever met.
Charlie Sheen is nuts. And he knows how to make a complete ass of himself. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone considering the actor’s less-than-exemplary history of personal scandal.
In an era that celebrates the ease of portable music and threatens to leave all physical mediums behind, a growing protest has risen from the prairies with the existence of Bart Records ”” a record label exclusively dedicated to the cassette tape medium.
Jason Hattie and Paul McMurtry, host and sidekick of Talk Show at Louis’, are set to fight each other on St. Patrick’s Day in front a crowd of drunken students. A real fight, with violence and everything!
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.