Craig Draeger

Volume 137 (2009-2010) – Copy Editor
Volume 138 (2010-2011) – Opinions Editor

Craig Draeger


February 11, 2011
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Chris Dumont (left) and Torquil Campbell recorded their third record nomadically, contrasting their Vancouver-themed 2006 effort.
April 1, 2011
Despite a chaotic slew of contributions to their sonic landscape, Last Flowers give an air of finding and rocking their niche.
March 25, 2011
The east coast’s favourite crooner Joel Plaskett (top) stopped through Kingston to play a vibrantly reverent gig at Sydenham St. United.
March 18, 2011
In their collaborative exhibition at Union Gallery Body of Work, Laura Stewart blurs the line between nature and its distorted forms with bright paintings, Bronwyn Loucks grapples with the body’s presence in real and imagined space in her abstract and ethereal works, while Katie Strang investigates the language of human form using life-like wire sculptures.
March 11, 2011
When Darryl Smith was feeling a little apprehensive about putting music on hold for law school, he banded together with his mates from summer camp to conceive Writers’ Strike.
March 4, 2011
To say White Cowbell Oklahoma have a captivating live show is a grossly offensive understatement, their antics including but not limited to chainsaws, liquor, nudity, dancing, fire, toilet paper, liquor, voodoo, astrology, Bigfoot and liquor.
February 17, 2011
Off the International Radar has evolved from “parties crammed with projected images and sweaty minds to sharing stages with Holy Fuck.”
February 11, 2011
March 12, 2010