After four years and two EPs, Saskatoon’s Gunner & Smith independently released their first full-length album He Once Was A Good Man on Feb. 25.
With their second album, Dunes, Gardens & Villa has crafted an experience that combines synthetic vibes and light backing flutes into a record that feels retro in its execution but uniquely fresh in sound.
Former University of Saskatchewan student Allyson Reigh breaks the musical mould with her first solo release, Letters.
With a new album to showcase and a wide range of tourmates, Billy Talent’s Dead Silence tour will leave you cheering.
"When I was a kid I thought I was going to be a vet,” says Dan Mangan. “I kind of realized how many years of school were involved and I lost interest, right around the time I really gained an interest in playing guitar.”
The Sheaf recently caught up with Rody Walker, vocalist for Protest the Hero, to discuss the band's third full-length album Scurrilous.
After over five years of patient anticipation, Saskatoon music listeners will be treated to the Fjords' sophomore record, aptly titled Get it Right.