In which we reveal the favourite records, concerts, and grocery items of interesting Vancouverites.
As the great poet and prophet Nick Cave sagely observed on The Boatman’s Call, people ain’t no good. And the more shows that you attend, the more profound those words become.
You know what's just around the corner?
In this Very Special Episode of our playlist, we profile performers at this year's Squamish Valley Music Festival. Suck on that, Kanye!
The River and the Road dish on the world's best highway and the festival favourties
Fans can expect some of the songs penned during that retreat to pop up in the set list when the Rural Alberta Advantage appear on the main stage at the Squamish Valley Music Festival.
Don’t believe everything you see on YouTube—even if it was true at the time of posting.
A$AP Rocky is not an easy man to get on the phone, which is no great surprise.
The juxtaposition is hard to miss on Mariachi El Bronx III, a record as authentically festive as Cinco de Mayo in El Sereno and seemingly beating with a heavy, telltale heart.
Hard as it might be, Alabama Shakes drummer Steve Johnson is making a concerted effort to slow down and enjoy a ride he never dreamed he’d be on.
It’s less than a month away from Can’t Fly Without Gravity’s official August 28 street date, but k-os is looking to enjoy a bit of calm before heading into full-on promo mode.
It’s possible to feel like a complete failure even after you’ve mastered the art of making toast on a two-burner stove, and figured out how to bake rosemary-and-garlic-stuffed potatoes on an open campfire.
SonReal’s latest release, For the Town, has nothing to do with Vancouver. In fact, the EP has nothing to do with towns at all.
The store’s summer-music-fest looks are simpler and vintage-true.
Purveyor of wobbly bass lines and funky remixes, Squamish-based Mat the Alien is no stranger to the festival scene.
Like a monkey with a miniature cymbal.
Some gin and juice would be great right now.
We have some questions.
The Kills caught the tail end of the garage revival a decade ago, but right from the beginning there was something different about the London-based duo.
Wanna get your hands on the schedule for this year's Squamish Valley Music Festival?
Heather Rae Jensen is the lucky winner of four VIP weekend passes to the Squamish Valley Music Festival.
Listeners can be forgiven for approaching Brandon Flowers’s sophomore solo album with fairly low expectations.
No, we're not talking about drugs.
To celebrate our annual Summer in the City issue, we’re giving away four VIP weekend passes to the Squamish Valley Music Festival.
East Vancouver is only a leaping-off point for well-travelled folk-rockers