Chic Gamine focuses on fun with new album
Musical theatre lovers relive their favourite show tunes
Tom Wilson lets no one define him
Solo/band hybrid Well Sister releases its first EP
Record label releases its 100th album
Alannah Zeebeck releases their newest album
Piano pop songwriter stops at The Neighbourhood on his cross-Canada tour
Bike Winnipeg to spark discussions at its fundraiser
At the beginning of the year, Brooklyn producer Saint Pepsi announced that he was dropping his anti-corporate non-branding title and adopting the moniker ‘Skylar Spence,’ ostensibly due to the myriad legal troubles that come along with having a name like Saint Pepsi.
Mint Records have had a roughly 25-year tradition of putting out extremely charming female-fronted indie.
Imagine hearing a hidden beat in between pitches of sound creating a pulse that wasn’t there before. Katelyn Clark – an artist featured at this year’s send + receive festival – uses different tunings on various piano-like instruments to create this experience of sound and space for her audiences.
When Sarah Michaelson and Jón Olafson – a.k.a., Mama Cutsworth and DJ J. Jackson, respectively – perform together, you’re bound to see more than just a DJ set. You can expect gold.
Independent of each other, Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld are some of the most talented and exciting musicians in contemporary music.
Healing Waters is the new lo-fi bedroom project from Victoria, BC’s David Nielsen.
Finding an outlet for new music and art can be daunting. With so many options available, from YouTube to Soundcloud, and all things illegally pirated in between, it’s hard to know where you’re gonna find the sweet stuff.
Gucci Mane was charged for possession of a firearm in the Spring of 2014, and isn’t getting released until early 2017.
It is far easier to describe Sean Nicholas Savage’s 4th album, Bermuda Waterfall, by the images it conjures in the imagination, as opposed to what it sounds like.
While childless adults are not likely to be part of entertainer Al Simmon’s audience, many Winnipeggers grew up with his tunes and caught a few of his performances.
Finding your next favourite jam can sometimes be a bit of a pain. After you’ve hit up all your friends for their recommendations and sifted through countless YouTube videos, you might still be at a loss. Luckily, Manitoba Music is teaming up with The Good Will Social Club to do the work for you. The monthly New Music Night will bring in three local acts each month for just a $3 cover.
This ain’t your average music festival. Held downtown at The Forks National Historic site, Winnipeg’s first annual Interstellar Rodeo was a success of divine proportions.