Almost weekly, Triniman catches new movies, and adds one or two CDs to his collection. Due to time constraints, he blogs about only 5% of the CDs, books and DVDs that he purchases. Holed up in the geographic centre of North America, the cultural mecca of Canada, and the sunniest city north of the 49th, Winnipeg, Triniman blogs a bit when he's not swatting mosquitoes, shovelling snow or golfing.
Pink Martini totally captivated the Winnipeg audience with their mini-orchestra with Latin beats, old film ballads and modern, funny pop songs.
The extraordinary and influential Dinosaur Jr. played gloriously loud distorted guitar indie rock, but I wore earplugs thank God.
The indie pop princess performed a refreshing blend of folk, jazzy pop and ballads to an appreciative audience.
The crowd danced themselves silly but very few turned up for one of the world's pre-eminent industrial-techno bands.
Several songs were difficult to tell apart and these gloomsters only played for 70 minutes, a true crime!
A fabulous rock 'n' roll show! Ray Manzarek and Robby Kreiger are still worth seeing live.
Despite Clapton's astonishing guitar playing, this performance left many fans wondering where the hits were.
Disappointing set list detracted from what could have been just Heaven for Heaven & Hell.
Finally, a quality dramatic role for Kal Penn in a story millions can personally identify with.
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