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West End Cultural Centre

586 Ellice Ave., Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1Z8
(204) 783-6918

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West End Cultural Centre
586 Ellice Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3B 1Z8
(204) 783-6918
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Scale The Summit
Scale The Summit
The origins of instrumental heavy metal group Scale the Summit date to 2004, when guitarists Chris Letchford and Travis LeVrier met as students at the Los Angeles Musicians Institute, then came into contact with fellow scholar and drummer Pat Skeffington, before completing their lineup with bassist Jordan Eberhardt several months later....
Glass Cloud
Glass Cloud
Formed in 2011 by former Sky Eats Airplane and Of Mice & Men singer Jerry Roush, Glass Cloud explore the extreme ends of the sonic spectrum with their progressive metalcore sound. The band came together quickly with the recruitment of longtime friends and Berklee College of Music grads Travis Sykes (bass) and Chad Hasty (drums), as well as the eight-string expertise of Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza guitarist Josh Travis, and was signed by Equal Vision just a month after Roush announced the full lineup....
Son of Dave
Son of Dave
Son of Dave makes music that fuses the past and the present, as a man in a vintage suit with a harmonica shouts, stomps, and howls the blues but uses a sampler to loop human beatbox-style rhythm patterns that give his country blues-influenced tunes the gritty groove of contemporary funk and hip-hop....
The Slackers
The Slackers
A cornerstone band for the third wave of ska, New York’s Slackers are one of a handful of bands from that early-'90s movement that has remained vital and active. Based around New York’s Moon Ska label, the third-wave scene focused on traditional Jamaican ska sounds while embracing both the English two-tone movement and aspects of punk....
Joey Cape
Joey Cape
On Joey Cape’s debut full-length solo album Bridge, he cuts the sonic flowers that potentially would have come to fruition as his band Lagwagon’s punk anthems and presents them in a more subtle state; as bold and vibrant as they are fragile and clinging to life....
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