By Jason Herring, March 19 2015 —
The University of Calgary’s department of linguistics, languages and culture (LLC) will explore the cultural significance of krautrock, a music genre that emerged in West Germany in the late 1960s.
Called Kraut, Machines … Read the rest
By Melanie Woods, March 19 2015 —
In light of the recent criticism of Alberta Premier Jim Prentice, an investigation has been launched into his leadership.
A team of researchers, led by political analyst Garth King, discovered that Prentice didn’t … Read the rest
By Liam Harrison, March 19 2015
With their first album, Shrines, Edmonton duo Purity Ring successfully straddled underground indietronica and slow beat-centric trap in an accessible way, earning them fans from both camps.
Another Eternity finds Megan James and Corin … Read the rest
By Connor Sadler, March 19 2015 —
Canadian folk singer Gabrielle Papillon’s latest album, The Tempest of Old, is defined by its haunting melodies, created by the balance of Papillon’s minimalist vocals and compelling instrumentals. The songs are beautifully layered … Read the rest
By Stephanie Tang, March 19 2015 —
While the end of the semester brings countless essays and presentations, the students at the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) are busy making beautiful music.
Third-year University of Calgary music student … Read the rest