Here are the answers for the Jan 17. puzzle. If you haven’t tried the puzzle yet, it’s available here.
This week’s crossword was, in part, inspired by the feature article about vaccinations from our Jan. 17 issue on pages 8 and 9. Give it a read for helpful hints. ACROSS1. Singular, see 12 down5. Rough lava flow6. Half of cha-cha8. Scrambled, drapes9. Heard it through the Bovine11. Spell K14. Ancient Incan sun god15. F.R.I.E.N.D.S.…
At this point, 2019 has been rather unimpressive on the new album front, so we’re turning our eyes (and ears) a decade back to a 2009 classic.
The Sheaf presents short fiction, exploring an alternative world in 300 words or less.
Across1: paper ripper?3: ease pair, so we hear5: leguminous plant7: crowned alcohol8: island festivities9: coach, teach11: ohms13: Big Ben14: College grounds15: bow16: measuring tool, Queen17: master of things Down2: New Year’s _____4: Fair row, so we hear6: Native to Australia7: link together10: scrambled repaper12: jumbled lease but for painting For the answer, click here.
Combining these elements with his compositions, Blais reminds listeners that there is always a little good in things ending.
Many post-indie twenty-somethings — myself included — can attribute the birth of their musical consciousness to a small handful of albums, frequently, with Fleet Foxes’ self-titled record on that list.
David Loca’s sixth official release under the Part Time moniker is a testament to the efficacy of a well-developed tone and perspective. Looping rhythms carry familiar dreamscape-type vocals paired with, and sometimes buried by, synth sounds, and the album maintains a very mellow vibe throughout. A collaboration between Part Time and Ariel Pink titled “I…
Taking inspiration from a network event that took many Facebook users off guard earlier this week, one student at the University of Saskatchewan is planning to defer due dates this term with a similar “out of order” response to inquiries.
Melancholic and soft, this debut release from songwriters Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus plays like a longing lullaby. The group’s moniker is intended as commentary on gendered themes and as a means to highlight their femme-focused ensemble. Simple riffs and melting melodies compose each track, coming together to explore the typical tropes of…