OMFEST at Louis’
OMFEST, Ominocity’s first foray into the skeezy world of live music promotion, has a great group of creative and talented people on board, and we hope everyone can come out to a banger of a party for our one year anniversary! Cheers Saskatoon.
Dirt, Powder Blue and Reform Party Show Review
It’s always exciting when new local bands descend on Saskatoon like rabid raccoons on an alleyway grease trap. And with the debut of two new groups, Dirt and Powder Blue, this show at Amigos held a capacity crowd pretty much all night. Check out the videos for each band.
Ominocity recently made the acquaintance of one Chris De Jong, a talented-yet-misunderstood boy genius who happens to make really, really good mix tapes. Featuring a tracklist burgeoning with local talent, the cover art is a similarly striking piece of rotten eye candy.
Village Guitar & Amp Co. feat. Massey & the Fergusons Party Review
Everyone likes a party, and Saskatoon’s newest music gear store Village Guitar & Amp Co. know how to throw a banger. Aside from some sweet performances, including locals Massey & the Fergusons, Village thoughtfully stuffed their guests full of free cheese and beer from Paddock Wood. Total banger.
Five rules to making a sexy Valentine’s Day playlist
Ominocity received a couple of complaints about this one – so why didn’t we provide an example of our own sexy Valentine’s Day playlist? Simple. We aren’t giving out any of our top secret moves. Screw that. Go figure out how to get laid on your own.