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Osheaga review: The Black Keys expand their colours

Click here for our music writers’ complete coverage from Day 3 of the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival’s 10th edition.

Closing down Osheaga 10 is not a job for the faint of heart or the bereft of riff. 457 more words


Carney takes heat from preservation community over lax enforcement

For the last three years, preservationists have been pushing for tougher enforcement of building codes and a more aggressive pursuit of slumlords for violations. City Housing Court Judge Patrick Carney is taking heat for lax enforcement of the city’s building code and his reluctance to fully fine developers who sit idle on dilapidated properties. 410 more words


Black Lips: Underneath The Rainbow

Moses: Dude WTF!?

God: Yo, to prove I won’t be a prick again, here are some stoner hippie colours for your delight and all the munchies you can stomach. 282 more words



By Ian Bremner

When he is not fronting the Black Keys, Dan Auerbach is constantly working on something. He and Patrick Carney have been pumping out albums since the early 00’s, but since their take off, he has been able to focus on producing other people’s albums as well. 106 more words


The Sheepdogs - The Sheepdogs (8.0)

Imagine: You’re walking down the street in downtown Saskatoon. You see a girl and a few bearded guys walk into a local bar. Of course this is Saskatchewan, so bearded guys nothing out of the ordinary. 388 more words


The Black Keys - When the lights go out

The Black Keys are an American rock duo formed in Akron, Ohio, in 2001. The group consists of Dan Auerbach (guitar, … 194 more words


More Than Just Hype: Tennis’ Insightful Pop Has Something to Say

It’s all there if you look closer:

On the cover of every Tennis record, adorned with the face of singer Alaina Moore, who grew up in a culture that systemically keeps women quiet. 1,781 more words