The Sheepdogs

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Photos: 2015 Juno Awards Kick Off (The Sheepdogs, Tokyo Police Club, Say Yes)

Photos by: Staff – Hamilton kicked off the 2015 JUNO Awards with a concert at Liuna Station in Hamilton yesterday with Saskatoon-based boogie rock band The Sheepdogs, who released their self-titled fourth album on September 4th, 2012 via Warner Music Canada/Atlantic, Toronto-based indie rock band Tokyo Police Club, who released their third album, Forcefield, on March 24th, … Continue reading

Photos: Edgefest 2014 – The Sheepdogs, Monster Truck, Matt Mays, + More

Photos by: Daniel Pascucci –  The first of three shows for the Edgefest Summer Concert Series took over Echo Beach on Canada Day (July 1st), and featured performances from Saskatoon-based rockers The Sheepdogs, who recently parted ways with founding guitarist Leot Hanson, Hamilton-based rock band Monster Truck, who released their third album, Furiosity, in 2013, Nova Scotia-based … Continue reading

Photos: SCENE Fest 2014 (Day 1) – Matthew Good, Monster Truck, The Sheepdogs, + More

Photos by: Lauren Garbutt – The 19th editon of the SCENE Music Festival, which has expanded to two days and has moved its main stage from Market Square to Montebello Park, featured an array of artists on its first day, including headliner Matthew Good, who released his sixth solo album, Arrows of Desire, on September 24th, 2013 via … Continue reading

Contest: Win an Edgefest ’14 Summer Concert Series Prize Pack!

  Enter for your chance to win an Edgefest ’14 prize pack, which includes a pair of tickets to each date of the Edgefest ’14 summer concert series – (July 1 w/ The Sheepdogs, Monster Truck, Matt Mays, + more), (July 18 w/ USS, MS MR, Said The Whale, + more), and (August 16 w/ Our … Continue reading

Interview: CMW 2014 – The Pistolwhips: Playing Big to the Small Rooms

By: Patrick Topping (@ptopp_ing) –   The Saskatoon-based indie rock group The Pistolwhips returns to Toronto for Canadian Music Week 2014 to perform at the Hideout on Queen Street West tonight (May 8). With the release of their new single, “Whatcha Doin”, the band are driven to make an impression on the festival crowd. Aesthetic Magazine chatted with the band’s frontman and co-founder Rylan Schultz … Continue reading

Contest: Win 2 GA Passes to the SCENE Music Festival!

  We’re giving away 2 general admission passes to the 2014 SCENE Music Festival in St. Catherines! This year’s edition will feature Marianas Trench, Matthew Good, The Sheepdogs, Monster Truck, Arkells, Lights, and more!   You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: Win 2 … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2013 (Day 4) – The Avett Brothers, The Sheepdogs + More

By: Calum Slingerland – Not even the threat of rain could keep concertgoers away from Hog’s Back Park on Saturday night. The Ottawa Folk Festival had a plethora of acts on stages throughout the afternoon, including Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, and Sondre Lerche, and had a stellar lineup in store for the evening as well including Vancouver-based indie alternative … Continue reading

Photos: The Sheepdogs, The Treasures @ The Drake Hotel, Toronto

Photos by: Neil Van – Saskatchewan-based rock and roll quartet The Sheepdogs performed an intimate gig at The Drake Hotel last night as part of the Levis 501® Music Series, which ran throughout May and featured performances by Reignwolf and PS I Love You.    

The Sheepdogs’ new LP of groovy 70s inspired tunes has an expiration date

By: Sarah MacDonald – Striking gold and becoming the  next big thing is a huge deal and the aspiration of many bands. Get it together, make a demo, tour in shitty bars but do what you love, right? If/when the major label record deal is scored, what’s next? The Sheepdogs, winners of the “Choose the Cover … Continue reading

Blazing Day at Downsview for Edgefest 2012

By: Chiara DiAngelo – We spent a fun-filled (albeit scorching hot) day at Downsview Park for Edgefest, packing in as many bands as possible – both old favourites playing the side stage and some of the larger mainstage acts that I had never seen before. Josie Dye of 102.1 The Edge may have best summed … Continue reading