Story by Adriana Cueva. Beakerhead is back in town and bringing a buzz of creativity, artistic endeavour, and play. And, for the first time since Beakerhead has been lighting up and shaking up the Calgary art, science and music scene, they are incorporating everything that makes Beakerhead Beakerhead with a new project, Beakerhead: Local Music Lab, featuring Windigo, 36?, The Ashley Hundred, Laura Hickli, and more.
Story by Sara Kuefler. There are records you can get utterly lost in. Think of The Doors or Hendrix, spinning away on your turn table as you slide into a different dimension. Well, if you are looking to be transported, fire up your lava lamps and incense, find a comfy cushion, and allow yourself to melt into Fever Feel’s self-titled debut LP: a journey into a dreamscape to mystify and captivate the senses and soul.
Story by Christina Wong. Few festivals in Calgary are as provocative as the M:ST Performative Arts Festival. As a visual arts celebration, M:ST is a product of its roots: a collaboration of artists and artist-run spaces. The festival is currently in its 18th year, and this year’s programming brings a fresh take on themes of culture and diversity.
Story by Jesse Shire. Photo by Sara Kuefler. Music, as an artform, has been an integral part of the human experience for longer than our recorded history has allowed us to remember. We’ve seen storytellers, cultural leaders, creative pioneers, and community heroes help give definition to our lives and identities in ways we’ve otherwise been unable to.
Story by Sara Kuefler. One of the most beautiful, painful and poignant aspects of music (good music) as an artistic medium is how direct a path it takes to the soul. It cuts right through to a deeper level. Music industry art director and film photographer Haus Skrastins has been told by musicians he has worked intimately with that he is more of a musician than a photographer.