Pre-Release Review – Brodie Moniker

Album: Nowhere Left To Ghost Release Date: March 25, 2017 Download To Come Genre: Progressive Rock Brodie Moniker has been involved in the Canadian music scene for the last fifteen years, playing in bands, Pandacorn, Brain Sauce and Fancy Diamonds. Now, this Regina based artist is releasing his first solo album, Nowhere Left To Ghost. […]

The Wolfe releases music video for ‘Can You Hear Me?’

Saskatoon all-female trio, The Wolfe, released a video today for their song “Can You Hear Me?” It is to follow up from their last video, “Dumb Dog”. The Wolfe is known for sending messages of risk-taking through their music, and this time took it to the screen. The video for “Can You Hear Me?” is a fight […]

Five Questions With Brodie Moniker

Regina, SK based Brodie Moniker is set to release his debut self-produced/ engineered album, Nowhere Left to Ghost on March 25, 2017. He has just released the second single, “Punching Bag” which you can hear below. We were happy to get the chance to ask this fifteen-year music veteran a few questions in our Five […]

Review – Hunter Brothers

Album: Getaway Release Date: March 3, 2017 Download Genre: Country February and March: Great months for Canadian country music artists Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty – also known as the Hunter Brothers. Their premiere album Getaway drops digitally March 3 and the CD is released in stores on March 17. Their latest single “Getaway” […]

Five Questions With The Puppets

We caught up with Saskatoon, SK based band, The Puppets for a segment of the ever popular, Five Questions With. The band has just released a new single, “Abandoned Son”, give it a listen now, and read below to find out more about this three piece Canadian band. Abandoned Son (Single) by The PuppetsCare to […]

Jen Lane releases Holiday single, “2000 Miles”

Saskatoon, SK based artist, Jen Lane has released a brand new cover of the Pretenders classic, “2000 Miles”.  Give it a listen now, you won’t regret it, and if you’re like me, you will want to add it to your holiday playlists! When asked about the song, Jen says: “I think most people think this […]

Photo Review – Rosie & The Riveters

Rosie and the Riveters are four talented women from Saskatoon who perform 40’s style folk music. While in Toronto for the annual folk awards they decided to perform at an afternoon matinee at Hugh’s Room. They are inspired by Rosie the Riveter, the feminist icon who represents the women’s movement into the workforce during WWII and […]