2013-02-28

    
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Jay Altura • Jordan Clermont • Holly Flegal • Richard Goldberger • Connor Goodfellow • Malika Ladha • Tobias Ma • Joey Maslen • Anyssa McKee • Dawn Muenchrath • Jan Ong • Elizabeth Scott • Sean Sullivan • Murray Valyear • Mark Villani • Louie Villanueva • Curtis Wolff • Jeremy Woo • • • It is Golden Spatula time again, boys and girls, and this week we celebrate the life and times of Tobias Ma, a.k.a. Toby, a.k.a. dude with the fierce goatie. His eloquence and superior wit exalts Ma to the highest of Gauntlet esteem. We look forward to your future contributions.

February 27, 2013
  Spun: Matt BlaisPDF files may take a moment to load

The second full length album from Calgarian Matt Blais, The Heartbeat, is difficult to describe. While Blais describes his own music as “cutting edge alternative blues rock,” I don’t quite think this particular collection of words does his new album justice. His sound is more akin to listening to a 15-year-old Chad Kroeger attempt to sing karaoke in a Batman voice, accompanied by a selection of bland, albeit competent, rock music.


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February 27, 2013
  The femme fatales of Scarlet WomanPDF files may take a moment to load

Even if you’re unfamiliar with film noir you are most likely familiar with the trappings of the genre — the sharp lighting, the double-crosses, the hard-boiled detectives and the femme fatales. Scarlet Woman, a play written by Matthew Wells, takes all of these elements to the extreme to create a goofy send-up of film noir.


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