What to do in Saskatoon: Tokyo Police Club, Wire Spine, Arson Cult October 15 - 22, 2018

Arson Cult with Ki the Tree and Cryptorchids

Bludgeoning and unrelentless, Saskatoon dirge-punk trio Arson Cult have dropped their latest album, and it’s a dirty doozy. Entitled “Lay Waste to Past Erections”, the group’s attack is rooted in monolithic, sludge-laden riffs ‘n’ repetition, along with bruising, shredded vocals. Now the band are officially dropping the cassette this Friday at the Saskatoon Indoor Skatepark. Come pummel!

Wire Spine, Waitress, Form, Hierocliffs

Hailing from Vancouver, Wire Spine are about to bring the darkwave party to Saskatoon. Along with a number of locals, this show takes place at the infamous Witch Mansion this Friday.

Gunner & Smith with Anna Haverstock and Rachel Elizabeth

Fresh from a series of shows in South Korea, Gunner & Smith are back in Saskatoon, and are bringing some friends to the party. Catch these fresh-faced young go-getters this Friday at the Black Cat.

Tokyo Police Club and Fleece

Remember Tokyo Police Club? For those of us who recall the angular rock strains of the mid 2000s, this venerable group will be taking over the Capitol this weekend. For those of us who don’t, maybe take a chance and discover something new to you?

Remai Modern’s First Anniversary with Hassan Khan, respectfulchild and The Gaff

If you’re going to have a birthday, then why not have a party? The Remai Modern is celebrating its first anniversary with performance and party and potables on Friday. Dress to kill, or at least wound.