The Booze Sessions by The Lucky Ones came with a press release including a quote from band front man Steve Stumble: “I recorded this when I was hammered in just one take!”.
Now this is something that I am down for. The Town Pants have created their own division of Celtic that lends itself to an audience somewhere in between the heavy drinkers and the soft rockers.
There is an essential conflict in this album from Winnipeg band The Afterparty: is the dress code black-tie formal or barefoot mud-dancing attire?
They may have moved to Texas, but as long as Winnipeg ex-pats Twilight Hotel keep churning out albums as good as When The Wolves Go Blind, we’ll keep claiming the musical duo as ours.
Sudoku and Crossword Solutions for the puzzles from the Jan. 27, 2011 issue.
Environmental groups and films constantly bombard us with apocalyptic rhetoric to demonstrate the immediacy of environmental problems.
Dedication to music and the pursuit of artistic vision are what make Twilight Hotel such a compelling band.
Here’s a risky bit of theatre that would be almost clownish, in the theatrical sense of the word, were it not for the despair running through it.
More music this week
To paraphrase David Mamet, a bard formerly showcased by Winnipeg’s Master Playwright Festival: drama is about people trying to get something, come hell or high water - it’s a contest of wills.
Amygdala is the second exhibition of a 10-year project, in which transdisciplinary artist and cultural engineer Michael Dudeck invents an entire cosmos.
The Uniter’s annual round-up of Winnipeg musicians you should keep an eye on.
Beards are the sexiest and warmest type of facial hair for the winter season.
They put out the call and Winnipeggers responded. Now, three music-loving philanthropists are gearing up to celebrate the release of a book that will benefit Kids Help Phone.
If you can find better acting anywhere else at this year’s Master Playwright Festival, I’ll kiss your shoe.
Most women jump at any opportunity to throw on a sexy pair of sling-backs, but Gina Nasuti and Karine Driedger have taken it to a whole new level.
“What’s the point of talking, when neither of us can fool the other?” wrote Swedish dramatist August Strindberg in The Ghost Sonata more than a century ago.
How would you feel if your entire future depended on a random lottery?
Feng Shui is a smoky blues-rock band formed by a jumble of Winnipeg musicians in late 2009.