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Monthly Archives: November 2013

5 years ago

T. BUCKLEY

T. BUCKLEY

CONVICTED TO COUNTRY T. Buckley Tuesdays happen each week at Wine-Ohs Bistro and Cellar from 8 p.m. ‘til close, sometime…

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5 years ago

JOHN COHEN

JOHN COHEN

THE RAW, BOHEMIAN GLORY OF THE BEATS, FOLKNIKS AND THE EAST VILLAGE CAUGHT IN THE LENS New York City. The…

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5 years ago

THEATRE JUNCTION

THEATRE JUNCTION

TRANSFORMING FAKE MOUNTAINS AND FLYING GOLFBALLS INTO LIVE MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART In Calgary, oil-rich and ripe with the young and transient,…

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5 years ago

ALEX CALDER

ALEX CALDER

WUNDERBAR, OCTOBER 3, 2013 Alex Calder brought his laidback guitar centric lo-fi pop back to his hometown for two Edmonton…

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5 years ago

SHRED ISLAND

SHRED ISLAND

I spoke to Mack Lamoureux, who is currently a journalism student, and co-founder of River Road Productions with Dylan Thompson….

5 years ago

THE PYGMIES

THE PYGMIES

CRAFTING AN ALBUM THAT WILL BURROW INSIDE YOUR MIND One of Calgary’s best-kept secrets, The Pygmies are an unrepentantly nostalgic…

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5 years ago

ART BERGMANN

ART BERGMANN

THE ART OF CYNICISM STILL REIGNS AND RETURNS Art Bergmann doesn’t play “Hawaii” live anymore. That’s understandable. He’s written scores…

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5 years ago

JUNG PEOPLE

JUNG PEOPLE

DEFENDERS OF (ANIMAL) RIGHTS Progressive rock has always been known as a sort of genre for intellectuals and music conservatory…

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5 years ago

MACHINEDRUM

MACHINEDRUM

RISE AND FALL “I highly believe in ideas and influence being something that is an external force. When the ideas…

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5 years ago

HUNGER HUSH

HUNGER HUSH

WEARING THEIR HEARTS ON THEIR SLEEVES Hunger Hush is a band that has taken the Calgary style of indie rock…

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