All posts by The Riz

  • Brodie Moniker announces Western Canadian tour for debut album Nowhere Left to Ghost

    Regina based, fifteen-year music veteran Brodie Moniker (PandaCorn, Brain Sauce, Fancy Diamonds), is a truly musical diverse talent with sophisticated songwriting, artistic arrangements, and progressive-pop...

  • Review – Decatur

    Album: Badder Than Brooklyn   Release Date:  Oct. 6h, 2017 Genre: Real Metal for Real Metalheads \m/ \m/ Purchase One Line Review:  Toronto-based Decatur, with their...

  • Review – MORGAN

    Album:  Morgan’s Deli  Release Date:  Sept. 29, 2017 Genre: High-Bro, Low-Falutin’, Mutha-Punk’n Country One Line Review:  Born from the ashes of their farmhouse that “accidentally”...

  • Review – Apollo Architect

    Album:  Bohemian Soul: EP      Release Date:  August 25, 2017 Genre: Johnny Marr’s Funeral Album One Line Review:  With their third release Bohemian Soul: EP,...

  • Interview – Veronica

    Photo Credit: Zedpro Media Recently I had the pleasure to listen to Toronto based artist Veronica’s debut release, V1 Mixtape, filled with club-souled, groove-laden, mature-pop...

  • Review – Stork and the Baby Makers

    Album: Stork and the Baby Makers Release Date: August 23, 2017 Genre: Reggae, Rocksteady, Ska, Jazz – Four Genres Over Four Tracks – Catchy and Economical...

  • Review – Danny Rebel and the KGB

    Album: Lovehaus      Release Date: June 16, 2017 Genre: Music for all the Reggae Loving People! One Line Review:  With their newest release Lovehaus the self-proclaimed...

  • Review – Blimp Rock

    Album:   Soap Opera      Date:  June 16, 2017 Genre: Nerd Rock with Sincerity One Line Review: Toronto-based Blimp Rock’s new album Soap Opera (the first album...

  • Jazz Feist Friday / Friday Night Feist

    During the Sasktel Jazz Fest, a lot of talk revolves around the stage performances, whether on the TD Main Stage Bessbourough Gardens, the Potashcorp Club...

  • Sasktel Jazz Fest spreads the love Thursday

    Saskatoon – Thursday, June 29th at the Sasktel Jazz Fest was a day of positive energy, co-operative connection, and music to make people smile. Back...

  • Simply Saucer at the Sasktel Jazz Fest simply fantastic

    Admit it, that’s clever word play in the title.  I know, because I wrote it.  I also know that after the Sasktel Jazz Fest Goes...

  • SaskTel Jazz Fest goes country Sunday night

    As a perfect counterpoint to Saturday’s rainy afternoon, the Sasktel Jazz Fest Goes Country at the TD Mainstage, Bessbourough Gardens could not have been planned...

  • Sasktel Jazz Fest showed its pride on Saturday

    The Sasktel Jazz Fest is an annual Saskatoon summer highlight, finding fans from all over coming to downtown Saskatoon, the Broadway District, and select venues,...

  • Sasktel Jazz Fest announces first main stage sell out

    As the Sasktel Jazz Festival steadily approaches, tickets are selling fast.  Every year fan favourites sell out, and this year is turning out to be...