This first single off Born Ruffians upcoming record Say It is probably exactly what you’d expect it to be.
These creatures of the night aren’t thirsty for blood. Rather, they come out of hiding regularly on stages across Winnipeg with their grungy, oft-fuzzy dirty dance riffs thirsty for one thing only – sweat.
In a world where there is so much wealth, why is there still so much poverty? That is the primary question of Philippe Diaz’s latest documentary The End of Poverty?, and it’s a question to which there is no good answer.
Adrian Williams doesn’t follow any rules when he creates art. Whether it’s cobbling together various materials into a collage or drawing on reclaimed paper, his quirky style plays with a visually aesthetic texture and depth.
The University of Winnipeg’s fourth-year Devised Theatre class is promising theatre-goers a unique experience with its latest production.
Mental illness is one of the few social taboos that is still completely ignored, misrepresented, or flat-out denied by much of the Western world. Von Allan experienced the toll mental illness can take firsthand – his mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was 11.
There is no doubt about Winnipeg nightclubs creating cheap thrills for anyone over the age of 18. Some nights end up costing more than one’s paycheque, while others end in tears and broken stilettos. But everyone comes out to have a good time.
Now that the smell of spring is in the air and the stores have brought out their sandals and skirts, the question of which way to go when it comes to this season’s looks can be overwhelming coming out of the winter blahs.
Looking around the sea of jogging pants, athletic wear and other “student-uniform” ensembles, you’re bound to see something that’s come to define our demographic: labels.
As it turns out, our current dependence on social networking is just another thing you can thank the ‘70s for
When the news came that one half of the instrumental math tech-funk quartet Red Blanket had released a rap record, many fans may have been a little wary.
Recorded over the course of a year, one Monday evening at a time, Star is the solo debut from local pop singer-songwriter Todd Hunter.
On the follow-up to their 2007 debut EP Come On, The Idgets return with a collection of 10 rock songs that are radio-ready, if not terribly inventive.
Forgive or Forget is a fairly standard, cutesy, bluegrass/country album, comparable to Sarah Harmer.
“The future of metal has arrived” is loudly proclaimed on the cover sticker of this New Jersey-born metal band.
This first single from the Vancouver duo The Pack A.D.‘s upcoming third album, We Kill Computers, packs a real wallop.
It’s been close to three years since acclaimed local roots outfit Nathan released Key Principles and snagged a Juno award for its tender, haunting melodies. These days, the band can be seen playing large festivals in Australia, various gigs around town and even the upcoming Paralympics.
Toronto-based artist Bonnie Devine takes a multidisciplinary approach to her work. She is a member of the Serpent River First Nation of Northern Ontario (Ojibwa). She acts as writer, curator, photographer and new media and visual artist, creating contemporary works which focus on aboriginal heritage and culture.
There’s always a rush in spinning a roulette wheel, banking on odds governed only by the sheer will of the fates. Chatroulette takes that thrill and offers a strangely voyeuristic web experience.