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Nachtterror

About Nachtterror

Nachtterror is a Canadian blackened doom project established in 2004. Focused on creating an epic soundscape with an intense concentration on storytelling, Nachtterror aims to create a captivating and emotionally engaging doom metal experience.

Nachtterror’s music reflects emotional states more so than concepts and ideas. From the violent, agony of anger and suffering to the numb discontent of depression, all states of being are experimented and explored.

Contact: wikk.reborn [at] gmail.com
Website: www.nachtterror.com
Genres: Doom Metal / Black Metal

Social

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NachtterrorOfficial
Youtube: www.desecratepromotions.com
Bandcamp: www.nachtterror.bandcamp.com

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Alex Mullock

About Alex Mullock

Alex Mullock is a bright and enthusiastic singer-songwriter from Regina, SK.

After years of teaching the art of guitar, he has embarked into the world of songwriting. His acoustic-alternative music reflects an amalgamation of multiple influences ranging from Alkaline Trio all the way to the Goo Goo Dolls and everything in between. His songs range from upbeat and catchy to broody, soulful ballads that showcase a range of emotions.

Contact: alex.mullock [at] hotmail.com

Genres: Acoustic/Alternative

Social

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alex-Mullock/547530948597131
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1BnWMPIpik
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stream
Other: http://www.reverbnation.com/alexmullock/songs

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Bad Comrade

About Bad Comrade

Bad Comrade is a three-piece rock band with a unique sound merging influences of punk, indie, rock, jazz, folk, Latin, and metal. Chris Ebel (vocals/guitar), Kurtis Rothecker (drums/vocals), and Vic Roman (bass/vocals) are seasoned veterans of the Sask. music scene, offering a high energy live show with a sound that hits loud and hard. Their four song EP, Keepers, was released early January 2015 and the group is quickly making a name for itself in the Regina area.

Contact: badcomrademusic [at] gmail.com
Genres: Rock, Indie, Punk

Social

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BadComradeMusic
Bandcamp: badcomrade.bandcamp.com
Instagram: http://instagram.com/badcomrademusic

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Almost Alien

About Almost Alien

Almost Alien is an energy-charged pop-punk band from Regina, Saskatchewan. Comprised of Danny, Curtis, Colby, and Terran, their tasty riffs and catchy lyrics are sure to have you shakin’ your “ass and titties”. Influenced heavily by bands such as Blink-182, Sum 41, Cartel, Motion City Soundtrack, and everything from the 90s pop punk era, they have shared the stage with well-known acts such as Gob, Authority Zero, Kiros, A Wilhelm Scream, Torches To Triggers, and more. Balls deep in the fight to keep pop-punk alive, this hilarious, talented, and slightly moronic four piece pours their hearts out every performance to make each experience a memorable one. Keep an eye out for them as they make 2015 their bitch with the release of their debut EP The Crash Landing, and continue to book more and more shows in a city near you.

Contact: almostalien_band [a] hotmail.com
Website: http://www.almostalienband.com
Genres: Pop Punk

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Facebook: www.facebook.com/almostalienband
Twitter: www.twitter.com/almostalienband
Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0f-HDUZAMdct1Vv9eZgrfA
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/almostalienband
Bandcamp: almostalien.bandcamp.com
Instagram: www.instagram.com/almostalienband

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Corey Ruecker

About Corey Ruecker

I, Corey Ruecker, aim to please my own sonic sensibilities while sharing a message, or a story for you to interpret. I approach the studio different than the stage. I write stripped down psychedelic folk tunes on an acoustic guitar and perform this way live. In the studio I work with my friend and producer, Daniel Besuijen, to create a sonically pleasing experience to compliment the mood and feeling of these songs of mine. He has released one split album entitled Mirror, Mirror with local friend and musican Daniel Besuijen. Now they are returning to the home studio to record Corey’s first solo full release album.

Contact: coreyruecks [at] gmail.com
Website: http://coreyrueckeranddanielbesuijen.bandcamp.com/
Genres: Psychedelic, folk, pop, rock

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coreyrueckermusician
Bandcamp: http://coreyrueckeranddanielbesuijen.bandcamp.com/

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HEARTS&KNIVES

About HEARTS&KNIVES

HEARTS&KNIVES is drummer Alex Ready, guitarist Vic Roman, bassist/background vocalist Lea Arngrimson, and lead vocalist/keyboardist/chief songwriter Steven Eisler. With influences spanning Depeche Mode to Queens of the Stone Age, HK bring a classic yet fresh new sound to the Canadian indie music scene. Combining rock with ambient synthesizers, a definite appeal exists for teens to middle aged post-punks.

Contact: steisler [at] icloud.com
Website: http://www.reverbnation.com/heartsknives
Genres: Rock, Synth, Pop

Social

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heartsknives?ref=tn_tnmn
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeartsKnives
Instagram: http://instagram.com/heartsandknivesband/

The Evolving Sound of the Down Home Boys

Given time, most bands will evolve. Musical interests change or refocus. The dynamic of the group changes. Time pushes acts into new and unexpected territory.

The Down Home Boys started as a folk and bluegrass act. That’s the band you’ll find represented on their 2010 album, It’s All Down Home from Here. Since then, though, the Saskatchewan quartet have found their rock side coming out, a shift that will no doubt be showcased on their upcoming album, Poised with Pride.

The Down Home Boys play the Exchange on Saturday, January 23 with Nick Faye and the Deputies. Doors at 8:30 p.m. Show at 8 p.m. $10 at the door. All ages and licensed.

Planet Eater’s Metal Work Is Never Done

The Exchange Regina Events - Planet Eater“Sometimes you just want everyone playing in massive, shuddering unison like it’s a particularly brutal form of comfort food.” That’s what Prairie Dog had to say in their review of Planet Eater’s debut EP.

The Regina foursome has been at it for a bit, doggedly making capital-m Metal full of workmanlike craft. That’s produced an EP so far, released late last year, but soon, they’ll have a music video on top of that. In fact, they’ll be filming that video in the Exchange. But while they’re doing that, they’ll also be putting on a big show with local metalheads Kelevra, Deadrot, and Oracles of Oppression.

Planet Eater play the Exchange on Saturday, January 17 with Kelevra, Deadrot, and Oracles of Oppression. Doors at 7 p.m. Show at 9 p.m. $10 at the door. All ages and licensed.

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The Exchange

About The Exchange

The Exchange is a vibrant performance centre in the heart of Regina’s Warehouse district which serves as a community cultural centre for Regina and for the province as a whole. Drama, visual art, games, seminars, dance workshops and performances, poetry readings, film screenings and book launches are some of the varied activities that have complimented the diverse offerings of live music in the past few years. As a music venue the Exchange is a favourite of artists and fans alike. Hardwood floors and brick interior create a warm resonate sound and a funky atmosphere. The Cultural Exchange is proud to support many local and Saskatchewan artists who successfully hone their talents on our stage before venturing out to more ‘commercial’ venues.

Since the 1970s, the Cultural Exchange has dedicated itself to enriching the artistic lives of people across Saskatchewan. Through the Workshop Tour, the Exchange, the Club, the Eight-Track Gallery, and more, we’re looking forward to continue serving this great province. We’ll into the future, firm in the knowledge that people enjoy diverse artistic experiences every day, everywhere in Saskatchewan and striving to make sure that’s always a reality.

We’re grateful for funding support from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and SaskCulture. For more information on the organization, go to our website.
Venue Address: 2431 8th Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan, S4R 5J7
Contact: 306-780-9495 Email: zandrakas@sasktel.net Website: www.culturalexchange.ca

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Age Restrictions: All ages
Seating: General Admission
Parking: Yes, parking lot and street
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Hours of Operation: varies

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Exchange/215158825185705
Twitter: https://twitter.com/theexchangelive
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