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Album review: MONOH by MONOH

MONOH MONOH Quiet Love Records Score: A- MONOH is the debut, self- titled EP from MONOH, Roger Odermatt’s solo project focusing primarily on the use of sitar. The EP follows the parting between the...

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CD Review: Bottle It In by Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile Bottle It In Matador Score: B+ Laying back in his now signature slacker-twang tone, Kurt Vile’€™s latest solo effort Bottle It In creates an atmosphere of extended jams and lyrical mantras throughout...

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You’ve got that one song that I like

By Kennedy Enns, Web Editor It’s been a long, hard year with #MeToo taking over social media. Positive change is happening and it seems that people have begun actually listening to survivors. But that...

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X 92.9 announces X-Fest 2016

Calgary’s biggest alt-rock festival doesn’t disappoint By Bigoa Machar   After being rained out of Fort Calgary last year, the 2016 rendition of X-Fest looks to come back strong this year, and it packs...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Mar. 22

WZRD WZRD 2012 – Universal Records   WZRD’s self-titled album is the first record released by the group created by Kid Cudi and his friend Dot da Genius whom he met while working at...

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A summer summary

Catch up on the campus news you missed Rachael Frey News Editor The Bella is on her way April 26 was a good day for Calgary musicians and music-lovers when Mount Royal University broke...

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Expolatino promises sun and spice.

It’s one of the last festivals around before school begins once more, which makes it all that much more appealing. Expolatino’s 15th anniversary is bound to be better than ever this coming weekend. Check...