This dreamy little nine song offering from Lantzville, BC gets a hipster-ized re-release on Brendan Canning's new Draper Street label and it fits with the Broken Social Scenester's aesthetic.
With summer on its way, the Manitoba Film Industry is preparing for a number of big and small productions headed to the province this summer.
Witness falls somewhere between a shorts program and an anthology film. Commissioned for Calgary’s 20th annual $100 Film Festival and curated by the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers, it’s a collection of six short films by six different directors. Although all six films are independent of one another, they revolve around one central theme: the celebration of celluloid.
I’m starting to think that Winnipeg might have a culture problem. In my 10 or so years as a conscious consumer of culture in this city, I’ve seen music venues, movie theatres, stores, restaurants, and other institutions that provide Winnipeg’s life blood fall by the wayside.
The Uniter likes to let you know what's happening, so here is our take on things.
Sharon Van Etten is familiar with compromise, whether it be balancing relationships while away from home or the struggles of performing vulnerable songs night after night.
On a weekend when many reggae and world music fans are in Birds Hill Park, organizers have managed to fill Old Market Square for the past eight years, and attracted such big names as Junior Kelly and this year's headliner, Jamaican reggae legend Freddie McGregor.
This July, hypno-folk duo TWIN will release North Americana, a record that’s inspired by the project’s canoe tours, and serves as the follow-up to 2012’s Sharing Secrets with Strangers.
During the Winnipeg Fringe, you will find two types of guardian angels around the festival.
Established in 2001, the Gimli Film Festival is returning for another year and is set to screen over 100 features, documentaries and shorts from Manitoba and across the globe.
Do you love good music and music festivals but not the crowds? Then hit the Trans-Canada and catch the Brandon Folk, Music, and Art Festival July 25-27.
As Manitoba’s centennial was approaching, a wide variety of ideas were thought of to celebrate it. One particular idea has evolved into a staple of Manitoba’s summer festivals.
A comic strip by Paul Hewak.
The Samson show follows the misadventures of Samson (dog) and his owners (humans).
There were a few things that intrigued me about the new bar/restaurant taking over the place of The Cheer: the name, the fact that they were boasting 29 taps, and the fact that they just recently finished building a nice new patio.
Browsing through the photos from this year’s Coachella and Bonnaroo music festivals confirm one thing for sure: that cultural appropriation in fashion’s not just a trend that will go away by merely wishing it away.
On June 16, Bill C-36, or the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, passed its second reading in the House of Commons.
As a musician, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about exactly what music is and what its purpose is.
The origin story of local jazz fusion group, Sapphire Empire, is so delightfully serendipitous that the main dames behind the project can't help but laugh through the telling of it.
The first half of 2014 has been pretty busy for Bucky Driedger, the 28-year-old guitarist that, until his career took off with the JUNO-nominated Royal Canoe, fronted the Western Canadian Music Award-winning Liptonians.