Saskatchewan Videos

Pictures of You

Greg Hargarten & Ricasso

Music and art converge

Dear Abbey Road

Greg Hargarten & Ricasso

A tribute to a dead rock star and a studio in London

Disgraceland (Revisited)

Greg Hargarten & Ricasso

The dream of the great western civilization is sliding into a seedy sideshow parody.

But We See Jesus

Kelechi Prince

The official music video was recorded live in Ontario, filmed by Olu Vision, and edited God'sWill.

“This song tells of every person’s identity, that in a world where there is so much adversity, we choose to see Jesus & with that we are winners.” - Kelechi Prince

Cakewalk

The Garrys

The video, directed and edited by Carey Shaw, showcases some retro visuals inspired by Miss Saskatoon 1988.

Something Amazing

Ariel

On this track, warm synths and laid-back guitar riffs call back to the sounds of 90s R&B. Laced with Ariel’s lush vocals, she looks to find the magic in the everyday moments of a relationship. The music video was directed by Devon Hanofski, and the song was produced by Relyae.

Ariel explains, “For ‘Something Amazing,’ I wanted a super sunny and warm sound. Relyae nailed it. I always wanted to write a love song about the time after you fall in love, that calm, complete feeling you get when you really trust and connect with someone. When you can find magic in the mundane stuff it's pretty amazing.”

Painkiller

Jesse Weiman

Painkiller is a Rock song written by Saskatoon-based producer, songwriter, and artist Jesse Weiman. The video was filmed by Nolita Studios and Strike Films and edited by Strike Films. The track was produced, mixed and mastered by Jesse Weiman at Nolita Studios.

Saboteur

No Shadow

Latest single and music video from Moose Jaw's No Shadow, shot in one night with a budget of zero dollars. Video produced by Eric Cox of Jerry Home Video with track recorded at Coffin Hill, self-produced by No Shadow.

The artist describes the video as: "A moody, black and white hip hop music video that attempts to mimic horror and mob films of the 1970’s. A head-bumping new joint with lyrics and production that flows like the Moose Jaw river, and is just as dirty."

Aaron Karpinka

Aaron Karpinka

“Centre Lane” Aaron Karpinka

Grind Central Records

 

Greg Grant Live Lyric Theatre: The Hawk (Cover)

Greg Grant

Promo Video (full song) - Live cover of Kris Kristofferson's song "The Hawk." 

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