Born in Regina, hailing from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Raeburn is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist, audio engineer, and producer, Maxwell Raeburn Warner.
Self-releasing his debut 2016 LP "Wessi Pessi" invoked a blend of indie rock, surf-esque grenades that make you dream of warm evenings, silky smooth beaches, and maybe even your first kiss. His 2019 sophomore album “Bongo Dracula” on Grey Records nostalgically reflects on friendship, love, connectedness, and death. Whether it’s hazy chilled out grooves, a thick wall of fuzz-galore tones, or tropical jazzy hammock time vibes, Raeburn with a band or solo, will take you on a trip. His third piece of work is set for release in 2023.
An exciting new outfit featuring folks from the Saskatoon scene, these pals have been jamming some sweet, catchy, and soulful pop/rock numbers and are looking forward to sharing their music with the world.
Members include frontperson Nic Nibbs (vocals, guitar, keys), with Autumn Dawe-Baillie (keys), Angus Dickin (guitar), Peter Grier (drums), and Jeremy Sax (bass). Extra Flavour’s members have been active in the Saskatoon scene in other acts like Bicycle Daze, Anxious Boys Club, and Caves. With influences from indie to RnB this band likes to chill and have fun. On the heels of their first few live shows, they have been getting busy finding their groove, crafting original material and exploring their unique style.
Sōhka is a nehiyaw/metis artist from Sakitawak also known as Ile a la Crosse. Music has played an important role in her life which has eventually influenced her to song write and release her very first track called Protector in 2020 and began performing in various shows within Saskatoon and Calgary. Sōhka focuses on positive messages within her music in hopes that her listeners stay optimistic and motivated. Outside the world of music, Sohka goes by the name of Taylar Belanger and she currently works as the project coordinator for a land-based healing program in her community.
Grey Records is a small-run music label co-founded by Lenore Maier and Duncan Pickard in 2017. They release music, program and curate shows, organize festivals and work to build community through partnerships with various organizations. They try in all ways they can, to meet artists where they are at to provide appropriate support where needed to develop their music.