96, Issue 81
LAST UPDATED: Wednesday March 5, 2003 - 1:35 p.m.
REVIEW: Barakat's affordable international delights
CD REVIEW: The Salteens
Salteens sweeten up
With their instruments firmly strapped to their ever-touring bodies and their tongues stuck deftly in their cheeks, B.C. power-pop quartet The Salteens are back with their second full-length release, Let Go Of Your Bad Days.
ART REVIEW: William "St. Thomas" Smith retrospective
St. Thomas comes to London - in art form
The current retrospective of William "St. Thomas" Smith's career in the Forum Gallery at Museum London re-establishes his reputation as a technically gifted, if somewhat conservative, early 20th century Canadian artist.
Another British Music Invasion
The Music get set to take over America
The story is eerily familiar: A new U.K. band, having been paraded around the British music scene like they're the next saviours of rock 'n' roll, set off on yet another British music invasion of America – only to fall just short of realizing it.
CD Review Extravaganza Part 3: stellar sounds
The Juliana Theory, The Detroit Experiment, Kinski, The Verbrilli Sound, and Edwyn Collins & Orange Juice.
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