Punk rock duo from Winnipeg gets ready for yet another tour and reflect on the feeling of disconnect on the road.
Dated musical has great acting and a set in a style best described as deconstructed minimalism with disco overtones
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
Moving portrait of a family with an adopted Sudanese student also examines western privilege and the Canadian immigrant experience.
Darwin Baker talks about how the Crooked Brothers came together, what it was like to finally play the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and discusses some songs from their new album.
My interview with Matt Peters of Royal Canoe. We talk summer festivals, Osheaga, why DJs and Arctic Monkeys are so popular, plus some important transit info.
Vancouver singer Jordan Klassen evokes moods of existential angst with his soul searching music.
Talented indie boy bands from Canada and the UK get their groove on and no one is complaining!
Royal Canoe talks about its process for writing music and also how Winnipeg is still very much a part of their sound despite being on the road.
Ali Hassan is a man of many hats and many laughs. We talk to him about his current trajectory.
Jessie Stein sums up the best points of months on the road and the best points of being home on the day before the last show of the tour.
Boats were rushed, late, disorganized, and packed onto a stage that barely contained them. And they rocked the fucking house.
Mat Klachefsky’s complex personality well reflected by the equally intriguing sound of Winnipeg indie band Boats.