“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.
Three years ago, 26-year-old playwright and University of Winnipeg graduate Daniel Thau-Eleff boldly took the stage in Winnipeg and presented a challenge.
The set of the world premiere of Looking Back – West at the MTC Warehouse Theatre is striking to say the least. A large war monument in the centre of the stage is framed by two simple picnic benches against a backdrop of screens portraying the peaceful greenery of New York City’s Madison Square Park. This human construction of nature, along with the contrast between the intimidating monument and the quiet park, dominates the themes throughout Robert Lewis Vaughan’s bittersweet play.
On every year’s Best Picture Oscar list there are films which obviously belong and films which do not. With the change in rules this year to 10 nominees, there are far more of the latter than in previous years. Thankfully, Lee Daniels’ film Precious is decidedly the former.
The Uniter’s resident fashion fanatic answers your questions about clothes
This cute, creative little creperie is the brainchild of two young Winnipeg women, Candy Lam and Erin Kroeker.
If you’re looking for interesting stories, Ingrid Gatin’s got a few.
Whether it’s touring alone (like, really completely alone), singing for her transportation, or conducting an accordion circle, the Brandon-born songstress has an unusual resume.
The two-man band isn’t all too common in the world of hard, dirty tubthumping beats. But it has proven to be effective if done right. The White Stripes, Death From Above 1979, er – The Carpenters?
Magnum K.I. picks up where their 2008 Gunshy release left off: cultivating a West Indie vibe with subtle jazz touches over molasses-thick beats.
Epitaph was always a label that you could count on for great punk rock of all styles and flavours.
Sea Wolf’s ambitious sophomore album revolves around nature and the loneliness of winter in an impressively sweeping musical collective.
Toronto’s Tanya Philipovich looks like a bleached-blonde Maggie Gyllenhaal in the ‘50s and sounds like a somber Lucinda Williams combined with that cute folk-girl you met in the park.
Following on the success of last year’s Songs from Jesus Christ Superstar, Jesse Krause and Darren Grunau of local orchestral funk six-piece Flying Fox and the Hunter/Gatherers are at it again.
Portions of the Pentagon Papers were first published in a New York Times exposé June 13, 1971. The series of monumentally important articles would lead to an increasing freedom of the press in the United States, a shattering of trust in public officials, the eventual end of the Vietnam War and the end of Richard Nixon’s presidency.
An Unexpected Break in the Weather is the story of two women, Gertrude and Mildred, and the hardships and life-changing decisions that come with old age.