The Vancouver group has the instrumentation of a chamber-music quartet—harp, violin, cello, vocals—but its ambitions are decidedly symphonic.
It’s been said before but bears repeating: Eric San is a genius.
It's much easier to swallow than a life of moralistic servitude.
The band tries to make sense of this failing world as best it can.
Her gorgeous voice projects confidently as she explores deep yet relatable autobiographical themes.
Considering the Vancouver-based musician isn't exactly new to the game, it shouldn’t surprise that he comes off like a polished pro.
The Vancouver musician was so impressed by the recent NASA discovery that he spent a weekend writing music for each of the planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system.
Whether it’s a battle of the bands, a freestyle rap clash, or duelling jazz saxophonists, everybody loves a good musical contest.
Very rarely does a local record stick out as a world-class example of the genre—which makes up-and-coming four-piece Maiwah’s debut offering even more remarkable.
The six-song mini-set comes off with a bit more urgency than last year’s Mustang Law effort.