Articles Archive for September 2009
Have you heard about the recession yet? Do the words financial “crisis” or “bailout” ring a bell at all? Unless you have found a deeper pit of sand to bury your head in than the rest of us then these phrases are probably well known to you. To these ends the G-20 summit was held in Pittsburgh this last week where the recovery of our global economy was the subject of major discussion.
The financial ministers, and the heads of central banks, of the worlds 19 most industrialized and developed nations …
September 28, Flames Central, Calgary
“We are Motörhead,” rumbled the unmistakable baritone of frontman Lemmy Kilmister, “and we play rock n’ roll!” And with that, the loud British legends gave the sold-out venue a night they would not soon forget. The band wanted to draw attention to their latest release Motörizer (2008), and delved into older fan favourites as well, such as “Stay Clean” and “Bomber”. Lemmy’s swagger, swarm, and stage prowess were undeniable as he and the rest of the band thundered through their set. “The Best Drummer in the …
Library Voices is a ten-piece pop collective from Regina.
Kelowna tourmates We are the City and Yukon Blond were at Henotic on Friday the 25th. Things started of with local support from Jesse and the Dandelions. Yukon Blond really got the night going with their infectious, accessible guitar pop. They had no trouble connecting with the audience, drawing a small crowd to the dance floor. We are the City had a tough act to follow, but managed to hold their own. Heads nodded to their piano-based power pop. We are the City played a very short set. It would …