by Ryan Haughey
The usually crowded Times Change(d) High and Lonesome Club was extra crowded on this Saturday Night. Indie-folk Winnipeg band Kakagi returned to the stage with a bunch of new songs to wow the audience with. Continue reading “Kakagi :: Live Show and Album Review”
Mike Milosh is the driving force behind Rhye, the Canadian R&B project set to wrap up the Big Blue stage on the Friday night of this year’s Winnipeg Folk Festival. Milosh spoke with Stylus about his workhorse tour schedule and what he’s been up to in the five years between Rhye’s 2013 debut album, Woman, and 2018’s follow-up record, Blood. Read the full interview to geek out on hotel safety and microphone set up advice, and find out how you can help hype their Folk Fest Friday night set. Continue reading “RHYE :: WINNIPEG FOLK FESTIVAL”
Dahlen chose the word “verglas,” meaning “ice rain,” as the title for a record meant to invoke images of moments frozen in time. Continue reading “Sienna Dahlen – Verglas”
Ghostkeeper is one of the most exciting bands Canada currently has to offer, and also one of the most difficult to pin down. Continue reading “Ghostkeeper – Horse Chief! War Thief!”
by Darcy Penner
This coming Monday, October 15, Toronto’s Royal Wood will be kicking off a cross-Canada tour in Winnipeg, at the West End Cultural Centre, to support his latest MapleMusic release, We Were Born to Glory. Stylus had the opportunity to meet up with Wood at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, and had a brief conversation about the album, growing older, and Wood’s successful career. The following is an edited transcript of the interview.
Tickets are $20 through Ticketmaster or the Winnipeg Folk Fest Music Store. Elisapie is opening. Doors at 7:15 pm, show at 8:00 pm.
Continue reading “Royal Wood :: Q+A”