Chris Walter doesn’t usually go looking for PR, but he insisted on some ink for his newest band biography.
Local reissue producer/DJ/all-around champ Kevin “Sipreano” Howes has turned his attention to entirely more Irish matters.
A respected North American festival will be getting its very own local spinoff.
The future’s looking golden for Rain City Recorders owners Jesse Gander and Stu McKillop.
Denyss McKnight has moved over to the Red Room and is preparing to relaunch the bar as one of Vancouver’s premier live-music venues.
The B.C. musician performed at a fundraiser late last year to help First Nations fighting the Northern Gateway project.
Creative BC has received $1.2 million in new funding from the federal government aimed at boosting international awareness of the province’s creative industries and attracting foreign investment.
Fortune Sound Club is bringing Sisqó to town to help with its fifth-anniversary celebration.
The group has teamed with Vancouver animation studio Atomic Cartoons and plans to turn the record into a feature-length movie.
Now that it’s way behind us, 1983 actually looks like a pretty great year for music.