Music Notes

Proceeds from this year’s Music Therapy Ride will ensure that another Bandwagon can soon hit the road.
The yearlong program launched earlier this month, putting out the call for local revamps of ’70s and ’80s classics.
Music therapist Carol Wiedemann spends much of her time at the B.C. Children’s Hospital working with patients in the intensive-care unit and the burn program.
Vancouver is losing a couple of its busiest garage rockers.
Turns out there’s a new Exile on Main Street.
Natasha Lands' ideal party involves a Sega Dreamcast, which means you now have an opportunity to play with one.
Vancouver scuzz-punk crew Nü Sensae used to maintain an insane performance schedule, but the band has announced
The operators of a new venue on Columbia Street say the space is going to feature “99 percent local programming”.
A popular Vancouver nightclub owned by Blueprint will close this fall to make way for a new late-night venue.
The 2014 Squamish Valley Music Festival is all grown-up now.