My Favourite Songs of 2011

>> Thursday, 29 December 2011

My favourite, must-hear songs over the past 365, in playlist order are:

1. M83 – Intro
2. Austra – Lose It
3. Cults – Oh My God
4. Destroyer – Kaputt
5. Florence and the Machine – Shake It Out
6. Gillian Welch – Hard Times
7. Lykke Li – Unrequited Love
8. Peter Bjorn and John – I Know You Don’t Love Me
9. Braids – Lemonade
10. Death Cab For Cutie – Monday Morning
11. Dodos – Black Night
12. Louise Burns – What Do You Wanna Do?
13. Imaginary Cities – Don’t Cry
14. The Weather Station – Everything I Saw
15. Young Galaxy – Peripheral Visionaries
16. Fucked Up – The Other Shoe

What are some of your favourite tracks from 2011?


My Top Shows of 2011

>> Monday, 26 December 2011

John O'Regan aka Diamond Rings @ The Lo Pub (Photo by Sarah Gofflot)

Top five Winnipeg shows...

1. Shad @ The Pyramid
2. Ohbijou @ The WECC
3. Diamond Rings, PS I Love You @ The Lo Pub, Winnipeg, MB
4. Austra w/ Young Galaxy, Tasseomancy @ The WECC, Winnipeg, MB
5. Dodos @ The WECC, Winnipeg, MB

A very hairy and very sweaty Damien Abraham @ The Converse Pavilion in Halifax

Top five from my travelling adventures...

1. Bjork @ Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland
2. Fucked Up @ The Converse Pavilion , Halifax, NS
3. Olafur Arnalds @ Harpa, Reykjavik, Iceland
4. Peter Bjorn and John @ First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
5. The Weather Station @ The Company House, Halifax, NS

Local shows I regret missing...
- Destroyer @ The WECC
- Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers @ Pantages
- The Black Keys @ The MTS Centre
- Prince @ The MTS Centre

What say you? Favourite local shows? Elsewhere? Biggest regrets?


My Top Ten Records of 2011

>> Saturday, 24 December 2011

1. M83Hurry Up, Were Dreaming

2. Young Galaxy - Shapeshifting

3. Gillian Welch - The Harrow & The Harvest

4. Dodos - No Color

5. The Weather Station - All of It Was Mine

6. Austra -  Feel It Break

7. Cults - Cults

8. Cut Copy - Zonoscope
9. Braids - Native Speaker

10. Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes


The Top Ten Records of 2011, As Voted Upon by Painting Over Silence Readers

>> Thursday, 22 December 2011

First up, many thanks to all Painting over Silence readers who barred their musical souls and submitted lists for judgment this year. They were a pleasure to read, and I’m happy to say I checked out a few albums I overlooked or simply missed.

Second, the winning album completely and utterly obliterated (we’re talking Wings-over-Jets-style) the rest of the competition, with the Grammy-nominated act (hint hint) appearing on around half of the lists while also earning the most first place votes.

Third, there was very little love for Nickelback’s latest album, a record which I’m told is very, er, consistent. Oh, and by very little, I mean none.

Fourth, as with previous years, my personal list was not included in the final tally. That will be revealed tomorrow afternoon and is, now that I think about it, completely different from the one below. In past years, there’s been plenty of overlap, so I’m head-scratchingly surprised.

Fifth, I will not be publishing individual lists; however, please feel free to post your personal top ten under the comments.

And finally, it’s been a banner year at Painting over Silence, and I’d like to thank all the good folk out there for reading and for helping my site place in the top 30 during CBC Radio 3’s Searchlight competition for “Canada’s Best Music Website” earlier this year. You seriously rock the party.

Without further adieu, I present the 2011 Painting over Silence Blog Readers’ poll results, in descending order:

10. The Rural Alberta Advantage - Departing

9. Wilco - The Whole Love

7. The Black Keys - El Camino (tie)

7. Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues (tie)

6. Imaginary Cities - Temporary Resident

5. The Decemberists - The King is Dead

4. Florence + The Machine - Ceremonials

3. PJ Harvey - Let England Shake

2. Destroyer - Kaputt

1. Bon Iver - Bon Iver


Afternoon Headlines: More Concert Rumblings at the WECC

>> Thursday, 15 December 2011

The early 2012 concert season at the WECC continues to fill up swimmingly, and here's two more:

  • Folk/Country act The Wooden Sky is touring in support of their third record, Every Child a Daughter, Every Moon a Sun, and drop by the joint on March 29th. Look for Every Child when it hits shelves on February 28th.
  • Chic Gamine is booked to perform there on February 10th with ticket sales commencing on December 19th.


The Painting Over Silence Blog Readers' Poll - 2K11 Edition

>> Tuesday, 13 December 2011

It’s that time again, Dear Readers.

Time for this blogger to start compiling and listening to the plethora of 2011 releases I've amassed over the past 365 or so days, then whittling down the albums into a definite, all-mighty, and conversation-starting "Top Ten Records of 2K11 List". And maybe even pen a few comments about why I simply lived for each pick.

Like years past, I invite you to take part in all the maniacal, exhibitionist fun that comes with list constructing.

Here’s how it’ll work:

Email me, by Wednesday, December 21st @ noon CST, a list of your favourite records released between January 1, 2011 and now. I will compile all the results and, on December 23rd, publish the "Top 10 Albums of the Year…as Voted by Painting Over Silence Blog Readers" final results.

And if the gleeful, unbridled bliss that comes with year-end list-making isn’t enough incentive, I’ve got further encouragement: those who submit a top-ten list to me will be entered to win $20 worth of gift certificates to our local music shop Music Trader.

A few things:

1. I realize not everyone will have ten favourite records released in 2011. That’s okay. The minimum number is one and the maximum is, of course, ten. So, if Nickelback's Here and Now is the only album you really liked this year, you may still email it in to me should you wish to admit such a thing.

2. Order matters…to an extent. The top album on your list gets three points; the second best two; 3-10 are awarded one point. If you only liked one album this year, it gets three points.

3. Please do not send attachments. Simply paste your list and the optional comments in the body of an email.

4. EPs may be included.

5. No re-released/re-mastered/re-packaged/re-imagined albums.

6. I won't be publishing individual lists, but please feel free to post yours on December 23rd under the comments section.

6. My email is on the right side, under “About Me.”

Happy list cobblin’!

Oh, and for last year's results click here.


Afternoon Headlines: New shows at the WECC - John K; Yukon Blonde

>> Monday, 12 December 2011

Resident troubadour John K. Samson announced a Canadian tour in support of his first-ever solo outing, Provincial (street date: January 24th). He'll be performing songs at the WECC on Tuesday, March 27th.

Indie-rock road warriors Yukon Blonde plays The WECC on March 24th.

And finally, The Cat Empire drops by the Garrick on April 4th.


11 Questions...w/ The Magnificent 7s

>> Thursday, 8 December 2011

On Thursday, December 15th, local act The Magnificent 7s are dropping their sophomore album, All Kinds of Mean, at the West End Cultural Centre. On this new release, these ascending road warriors -- comprised of David Nishikawa (banjo/dobro), Ida Sawabe (bass fiddle/vocals), TJ Blair (guitar, banjo and vocals), Matt Magura (guitar/vocals) and Andy Bart (fiddle) -- seamlessly and judiciously weave together elements of bluegrass, folk, country, and punk into a fully-realized, distinguishable, and galvanizing sound.

I recently tracked down most of the band members recently and threw 11 questions their way. Here's what they had to say...

1. Where is the best venue to catch a show in our fair town?

Ida - the late Albert
Matt - the late Studio 54, The Standard*, WECC on December 15th, 2011
*with Pinball
Dave - on the street

2. Who is the most underrated Winnipeg-based band?

Ida - 77 Guns, Andrew Neville and the Poor Choices, The Lonely Vulcans, The F-Holes
Matt - Ultra-Mega, can’t wait for the new record.
Dave - Big Dave McLean

3. Where is the best place in town to catch a bite?

Matt - Spring Roll (1142 Notre Dame), Deep fried Plantains from Bueno Bros (Isabel and McDermot), with Ice Cream.

Dave - Mondragon: If only they'd use real cream in the vegan coffee

4. Where do you shop for music?

Ida - Pawn shops, thrift stores, my parents record collection, Into the Music
Matt - Shows. I don’t own many records. I’m not into downloading music, or against it for that matter, but there is enough live music.
going on to keep my ears busy.
Dave - Thrift store bargain bins

5. How many Jets games are you attending this year?

We’re not really into badminton

Some hodgepodge…

6. Of the records you own, which has the best album art?

Ida - Osama Kitajima - "Benzaiten"

T.J. -

Matt - to pick from something I do own: photographs and paintings over the years on each of Propagandhi’s albums. Also Paul Robles’ paperworks on each of the Crooked Brothers albums. And Evil Survives!

Dave - Spinal Tap (Smell the Glove-alternate cover) and The Beatles (white Album)

7.  What are some albums that completely changed your life?

Ida -
Aretha Franklin-"Aretha's Gold,"
Loretta Lynn's Greatest Hits I & II,
Black Sabbath-"Paranoid,"
Van Halen-(self-titled) & 1984,
Patsy Cline-"The Patsy Cline Story,"
Lee Aaron-"Metal Queen" & "Bodyrock,"
Squareheads-"Persona Non Grata"

Matt -
Tom Waits (Rain Dogs)
I-Spy (Revenge of the Little Shits)
Queen (‘Live’ Killers)
Roger Miller (the Genius of Roger Miller)
Dirty Three (Ocean Songs via Paul Guillas)
Bruce Springsteen (Born in the USA)
Wax Mannequin (Saxon)
Stereolab (Emperor Tomato Ketchup) R.I.P. Mary Hansen

Dave -
Tony Trishka (A Robot Plane Flies over Arkansas)

8. What books are you currently reading?

Ida - "Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee's Wisdom for Daily Living"

Matt - Ida reads. We listen.

Dave - Book of the Dead, Men's Fitness

9. What are some of your favourite tv shows at the moment?

Ida - Flight of the Conchords, South Park
Matt - Samurai Pizza Cats, Walking Dead, Dancing with the Zombie-Hoarder-Celebrity-Matchmakers,
post-Bridalplasty in the Dragons Den
Dave - All in the Family (Youtube)

10. Blackberry or iPhone?

Ida -  Payphones
Matt - Had a Blackberry for a while, ended up in a world of debt.
Dave - Phone-e

11. And finally, back to Winnipeg…what’s the worst bus route in the city?

Matt - As a cyclist, Graham Avenue.
Dave - Any, during winter. Build a subway


Evening Headlines: Neon Indian Returns; Salinas EP Release @ The WECC

>> Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Couple of quick show announcements to pass along this evening:

Chillwave maker Neon Indian returns to Winnipeg for a date at the Pyramid on May 3rd, continuing his tour in support of sophomore release, Era Extrana

Local act Salinas is releasing its new EP, All These Choices, at the WECC on January 20th with guests Heartbeat City. 


Evening Headlines: Bombay Bicycle Club to play the WECC; John K Samson to release first solo effort

>> Monday, 5 December 2011

First up, a pair of stellar shows going down at the WECC in the new year…

  • Montreal trio Plants and Animals returns to town for a date there on March 30th w/ Little Scream.

May 9th brings Ron Sexsmith to town for a gig at the Westminster United Church.

Meanwhile, transgendered indie-electronic artist Rae Spoon plays Gio’s on February 24th.

And finally, a pair of local artists are releasing new recording in 2012:

  • Folk artist Demetra releases Lone Migration on January 17th via Head in the Sand.
  • Weakerthans frontman John K. Samson drops his first full length solo outing, Provincial, on January 24th via Epitaph. 


Contest: Enter to win two tickets to The Magnificent 7s' Album Release @ The WECC

>> Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Courtesy of our Santa-like pals over at the West End Cultural Centre, I've got a pair of tickets to giveaway for The Magnificent 7s "All Kinds of Mean" album release taking place on Thursday, December 15th.

If you're interested in checking out this treasured, genre-blurring local act, fire me off an email (on the right hand side) by Friday, December 9th @ noon CST with the subject line "Magnificent 7s Ticket Giveaway" and your name in the email's body. Winning name will be drawn randomly sometime that afternoon and contacted shortly thereafter, with the first name and last initial published on my Twitter account.

As always, one entry per person please!


Album/DVD Review: Sigur Rós - Inni

Rating 4/5

Those lucky enough to have seen Sigur Rós live are known to bandy about some high-priced adjectives while extolling the life-altering virtues of the Sigur Rós concert experience. Words such as surreal, transcendent, and otherworldly tend to populate most live reviews and while the band’s latest release, the DVD/2xCD Inni, doesn’t quite match the visceral intensity of its show, it serves as a fitting substitute. Chronicling the band's 2008 concert in London prior to its  three-year hiatus, Inni is beautifully shot in grainy black-and-white by director Vincent Morisset and judiciously edited, with archival band footage spliced in between songs. Inni ends with the previously unreleased Lúppulagi›, an arresting piano number that serves as a sort of teaser trailer. After all, is it a coincidence that in the same month Inni dropped, the band announced its return to the studio?

Republished with permission from Uptown.


Evening Headlines: Damo Suzuki to play the WECC; Chad VanGaalen rescheduled

>> Friday, 18 November 2011

Just a couple of quick notes this evening:

Iconic ex-Can frontman Damo Suzuki will appear at the West End Cultural Centre on March 22nd.

Tonight's Chad VanGaalen gig at the WECC has been cancelled due to inclement weather; however, the show has already been rescheduled for Friday, January 13th.


Evening Headlines: The Details @ The Park Theatre; Imaginary Cities Nominated for Best New Artist on CBC Radio 3

>> Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Winnipeg’s The Details is playing a gig at the Park Theatre on December 22 w/ Goldenboy.

From the I-didn’t-realize-they-still-exist files …German industrial rock act Rammstein is coming to town for a show at the MTS Centre on Thursday, May 10th.  I’m setting the over/under on this at 5000. What say you?

CBC Radio 3 announced its annual Bucky Awards nominations yesterday and our very own indie-pop twosome Imaginary Cities got a “Best New Artist” nom. The competition? Austra, Barr Brothers, Louise Burns, Braids, Little Scream, and Shimmering Stars.

And finally, for a good time, try roots/country/bluegrass melders The Magnificent Sevens’ cd release at the WECC on December 15th.


Contest: Enter to win two tickets to see Austra/Young Galaxy @ The WECC!

>> Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Courtesy of our good pals over at the West End Cultural Centre, I've got a pair of tickets to giveaway for The Austra/Young Galaxy/Tasseomancy super show going down there on Thursday, November 24th.

If you're interested in checking out this fine triple-feature, it's business as usual: fire me off an email (on the right hand side) by Friday, November 18th @ noon CST with the subject line "Austra Ticket Giveaway" and your name in the email's body. Winning name will be drawn randomly sometime that afternoon and contacted shortly thereafter with the first name and last initial published on my Twitter account.

As always, one entry per person please!


Morning Headlines: Holiday Shows; James Struthers' New Vid

>> Monday, 7 November 2011

First up some annual holiday show news to pass along:

The JP Hoe Hoe Hoe Holiday show takes place on Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December 10th at the Park Theatre.

Meanwhile...Quinzmas! (Featuring Quinzy, natch) is changing venues and will be held at the Burt this year on December 16th.

Waaaaaaay into the future: George Thorogood and the Destroyers will be at the Centennial Concert Hall on May 28th.

Add Snowblink to the Ohbijou show going down this Saturday night at the WECC.

And finally, resident singer-songwriter James Struthers has both a gig at the FreeP cafe on November 27th w/ Tyler Del Pino and a brand spankin' new video for his song "What Are We Waiting For." See below.


Afternoon Headlines: Prince to play the MTS Centre; The Meaghan Smith Holiday Concert @ The WECC

>> Friday, 28 October 2011

By the whiskers of Kurvi-Tasch! Prince is coming to Winnipeg. The larger-than-life rock legend is slated to bedazzle the MTS Centre on Thursday, December 8th. Tickets go on sale on November 4th with pricing TBA.

St. John's folk act The Once play the Folk Exchange on November 16th and 17th.

Alt-rockers Zerbin drop by the Ellice Theatre on November 2nd.

And finally, The Meaghan Smith holiday concert goes down at the WECC on December 4th.


Contest: Enter to win two tickets to Ohbijou @ The WECC

>> Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Photo by Reynard Li

Courtesy of the fab folks at the West End Cultural Centre, I've got a pair of tickets to giveaway for Ohbijou's show going down there on Saturday, November 12th.

If you're interested in checking out the indie-poppers (who deeply impressed me last week at Halifax Pop X; new material sounded great), fire me off an email (on the right hand side) by Monday, November 7th @ noon CST with the subject line "Ohbijou ticket giveaway" and your name in the email's body. Winning name will be drawn randomly sometime that afternoon and contacted shortly thereafter. As always, one entry per person please!


Evening Headlines: Doug Paisley to open for Jim Cuddy; The Manitoba Folkways Record Launch

First up, The Jim Cuddy Band plays the Pantages Theatre on January 20th w/ rising singer-songwriter Doug Paisley (above) slated to open the show.

Find the Others at the Park Theatre on December 1st.

The Manitoba Folkways Collection Record Launch event takes place at the Lo Pub this Friday, October 28th. From the presser: "Artists Jen Delos Reyes and Kerri-Lynn Reeves drove across Manitoba in search of examples of contemporary vernacular music about the lives of Manitobans. Manitoba Folkways is an audio portrait of the province today." $10 gets you in the door and a copy of the album.

Torontonian garage-punk band Dirty Mags is at the Pyramid, supporting K-OS on December 3rd.

Carleton Stone and his pop-rock stylings open for Tom Wilson, November 9th at the WECC.

And finally, a last minute announcement: Lindsay, Ontario’s The DGB rock Ozzy’s tomorrow night.


Iceland Airwaves 2011

>> Thursday, 20 October 2011

So this seems fairly self-evident, well, at least in hindsight, but if you ever plan to attend the Iceland Airwaves festival, dress for the occasion. Bright a scarf, touque, mitts, a heavy fall coat (or maybe even a winter coat), and a hip flask filled with some gut-warming alcohol. 

Because Iceland is flipping cold in October. The sky spits incessantly and the north wind howls mightily, so when these two natural forces team up, it makes for a rather unpleasant battle with Moms Natures while waiting in the spectacularly long venue lineups. I mention these clothing tips only because, well, we didn’t follow these fairly obvious suggestions and chattered away some tooth enamel while praying to get inside. Then bought some ridiculously expensive winter clothing. 

Complaints about the weather aside (yes, I realize this is coming from a Winnipeger), this was a terrific and memorable festival. I saw many great bands/artists during my seven-day stay in the world’s northernmost capital and even took in my fair share of awe-inspiring tourist sites. And while walking around Reykjavik one afternoon, Bjork stepped out of a salon right in front of us before hightailing it down the street. She’s shorter than I thought, considering her commanding and frankly intimidating stage presence (more on this below).  Oh, and sadly, no Sigur Ros sightings, although I swore I caught a fleeting glimpse of Kjartan Sveinsson prior to Owen Pallett.

My festival favourites

Bjork @ Harpa (Silfurberg Room)

Bjork was a festival add-on, meaning tickets to her Biophilia show (and Sinead O’Connor's) were external to the $100 all-inclusive wrist-band. The chance to catch one of the world’s transcendent artists on home soil in a 700 person capacity venue was impossible to pass up, so we happily shelled out another $110 for these highly-sought-after tickets. And the Icelandic pixie did not disappoint. Adorned in an outrageously big orange wig, a shimmering black dress, and five-inch wedge heels, Ms. Gudmonsdottir performed the majority of her innovative new record Biophilia accompanied by a choir of fresh-faced and (mostly) blonde girls, a percussionist, and a keyboardist. Overtop the stage hovered an octagon of LCD tvs displaying all sorts of weird and wonderful visuals. Also employed was a scary, caged Tesla coil which spat rhythmic lightning bolts and, if my chemistry is correct, emitted the by-product stink of Ozone. Pictures were forbidden during the show, something security was uncompromising and aggressive about this, even threatening to eject us out for snapping photos *before* the show. In the end thought, this was easily one of my favourite concerts to date and Bjork proved why she is one of the world’s pre-eminent performers.  The encore ender "Declare Independence" almost brought the house down. 

Borko @ Reykjavik Art Museum

The friendly and chatty English guys we met in the lineup outside Reykjavik Art Museum vehemently assured me that Borko is “the best.” And while I don’t quite agree with the hyperbole, Borko's densely layered atmospheric-pop sound was idiosyncratic and fresh, with shades of Mogwai, but with much less build-up. 

Beach House @ Reykjavik Art Museum

Regular readers of this blog know I’m a big sucker for these Baltimore-based dream-poppers.  Following Icelandic pep-rally band Retro Stefson, Beach House’s evening-cauterizing set was conspicuously subdued, with around 20% of the crowd filtering out during their first few songs. No matter. Victoria and co. still put on a dreamy, dizzying show and quickly won over the still-very-packed crowd.

Mugison @ Harpa (Nordurljos Room)

I’ve always regretted not catching Mugison when he played Winnipeg a few years ago as part of Nuna, so I was very lucky to have another opportunity. His rock/jazz fusion and clear, distinguishable melodies had the Icelandic majority gleefully singing along to every word the entire time. The absolutely packed room motif continued.

Owen Pallett @ Indo

Again an absolutely packed place filled to capacity, so much that security were forbidden to let anyone else in unless others left. Stood in line for over a half-hour and was fortunate to be admitted about 10 minutes after he started. Fleshing out his violin-led sound with a three-piece band, Pallett completely bedazzled this hot, sweaty, and enthusiastic crowd.  

Olafur Arnalds @ Harpa (Nordurljos)

I apologize for the dark photo. For Arnalds’s intimate performance, the stage lights were dimmed rendering amateur photography difficult. Throughout his set, the room was deathly quiet with the only sound (other than the music) coming from the interminably clicking of professional cameras near the front. I’m actually surprised he never said anything - the shuttering was so conspicuous - but I suppose, like a true artist, Arnalds was completely absorbed in song. His mini symphonies were enchanting and inspiring making this, next to Bjork, my favourite 40 minutes or so of the entire festival. 

Veronica Falls @ Harpa (Nordurljos)

This plucky U.K. group trade in energetic, reverb-y indie-pop replete with dark, brooding lyrics and have the potential to make a viable career out of this aesthetic.


Morning Headlines: Cannon Bros. CD release date; Sigur Ros's live concert film to screen at Park

>> Thursday, 13 October 2011

Editor's note: I am currently in Reykjavik attending the Icelandic Airwaves festival, so updates may slow down for the next week or so. Will try my best to keep up. 

Resident indie-rockers Cannon Bros have scheduled their cd release date for their much buzzed about debut disc, Firecracker/Cloudglow. The big event is going down November 19th at the Lo Pub.

Find The Others is at the Park Theatre on December 1st.

Local act Salinas is at the Cavern with Mas Headspace on December 2nd.

Add Winnipeg singer-songwriter Jenny Berkel to the Mark Berube bill going down at the WECC on October 19th.

C.R. Avery is at the WECC on November 25th w/ Wil.

Mat The Alien and Samples team up for a show at the Garrick on Saturday, November 12th.

And finally, sorta exciting news: Winnipeg's own The Park Theatre was one of 100 venues/theatres/cinemas selected by Sigur Ros to screen their new concert film, Inni. It screens on November 7th and 8th. I'm still holding out for an actual Winnipeg concert date, and if I run into Jonsi & the guys this week (it could happen!) I'll mention it.


Evening Headlines: Sheepdogs to play Garrick; Lou Canon @ ACU Hall

>> Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Hot on the heels of their much ballyhooed Rolling Stone cover, Saskatoon indie exports The Sheepdogs have announced their first headlining show in Winnipeg: they'll be at the Garrick on December 14th.

Punk-pop band / former 11 questions participants The Falklands return to Peg City for a pair of dates: On October 19th, they'll be at the Death Trap w/ Previous Tenants and The Thrashers; and on November 3rd, they'll perform at Times Change(d) w/ Previous Tenants and Sub City.

Speaking of the Death Trap, Victoria singer-songwriter Northcote has a gig there on October 15th.

Lou Canon plays the ACU Hall (at the WECC) on October 18th w/ Tom Keenan and Heartbeat City. Tix are a scant fin at the door.

Finally, local folk/roots trio Sweet Alibi are releasing their self-titled debut record at the Park Theatre on November 20th.


Photos: Imaginary Cities @ The Pyramid Cabaret

>> Monday, 3 October 2011

Imaginary Cities
October 1, 2011
The Pyramid Cabaret
Winnipeg, MB

Click to embiggen

All photos by Sarah Gofflot


Photos: The Soft Province, Malajube, Besnard Lakes @ The West End Cultural Centre

The Besnard Lakes w/ Malajube, The Soft Province
September 30, 2011
The West End Cultural Centre
Winnipeg, MB

Click to embiggen. 

The Soft Province


The Besnard Lakes

All photos by Sarah Gofflot


Photos: Arctic Monkeys @ The Burton Cummings Theatre

>> Sunday, 2 October 2011

Arctic Monkeys
October 1, 2011
The Burton Cummings Theatre
Winnipeg, MB

Click to embiggen. 

All Photos by Daniel Camaclang


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