Good for Grapes are an amazing band out of Surrey BC. Folk Stomp is how they are described on their Soundcloud page, but I'd throw in a little folk rock on that too. Their live show is on a whole nother level to what anyone in their genre does. It's hard to put my finger on exactly what it is, whether it is the energy and atmosphere, the music, or the incredible harmonies that they belt out with nearly everyone in the band singing. Oh and their version of 'Seven Nation Army' by The White Stripes? Pretty much the best version you will ever hear. Needless to say, we were beyond excited to have them come do a couple songs acoustically for us at Regina's Blacksmith Art Studios. The first in our new series, the Blacksmith Art Studio Sessions.
Up top is the video for Renminbi Tips. The second video here is for Little Carmichael.
Here at Rage, we like lists. Lists are good. They remind you of important things, and speaking of important, July Talk is back in Regina for November 5th. They will be at The Exchange performing with Thomas D'Arcy, and this time, with a couple new tracks to show off. So here is out list of why July Talk is A Must See.
*Photo Cred: Shannyn Higgins
The uber talented, folk loving, Sumner Brothers, are back in Regina next week as part of a western Canadian tour on November 5th at The Exchange. Having hit up BreakOut West! and some other great venues, this is the last show of their tour. Along with them, the also superbly talented, The Deep Dark Woods will be on the bill for the evening. If you haven't heard either of these groups, you really are missing out. If you like folk, rock, and generally good music, this is certainly a show worth checking out. And if that's not enough to convince you, you can also check out July Talk and Thomas D'arcy on the other side of The Exchange.
Check out http://www.thesumnerbrothers.com/home for more information as well. See you there!
Hectik Theatre is an independent theatre company based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. Its mandate is to present edgy, thought-provoking, and entertaining theatrical experiences that challenge both the audience and the artists involved.
The play stars Kate Herroit and Munish Sharma who are seasoned actors. The story is about love and wanting to be together in a dangerous time.
The show runs from October 23- November 1. We suggest checking it out!