OCT — NOV 2014 Issue
  Oct/Nov 2014 cover art by Dany Reede.

Bahamas + Reuben and the Dark = Good Times, Winnipeg


by Anastasia Chipelski

While Winnipeg is known for its support for the arts, it doesn’t always have enough venues to host all the acts that come through. Such was the story of two touring bands whose paths collided and they opted to join forces. Reuben and the Dark are supporting Australian folk act Boy and Bear on their Canadian tour, while Bahamas is touring with their friends the Weather Station. Continue Reading »

Chromeo :: Playing catch-up with bad taste

photo by Kasia Nawrocka

photo by Kasia Nawrocka

by Martyna Turczynowicz

They’ve called themselves the “only successful Arab/Jewish partnership since the dawn of human culture”. Electro-funk/Disco duo Chromeo, have been on the scene since 2002. Their latest album, White Women, was released in May 2014. It features collaborations with Toro Y Moi, Solange Knowles and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend. Stylus sat down with the with Dave 1 and P-Thugg before they played their sold-out show on Monday night. Continue Reading »

Monomyth – Saturnalia Regalia!


Saturnalia Regalia!, one of the finest albums produced in Canada this year, may be doomed by its own skilled application of influences Continue Reading »

These Estates – The Dignity of Man



This debut full length from Regina’s These Estates delivers a solid, free poured kick of “bourbon rock.” Continue Reading »

Blunderspublik :: An Homage to 90s Winnipeg


by Victoria King

You probably remember the first local show you ever saw, right? It was probably at the Albert, Ozzy’s, the WECC, maybe even Wellington’s. It was dark and grungy, you were zitty and nervous. But as far as you were concerned, that band onstage were the best thing you’d ever seen. Continue Reading »

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