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Singer-guitarist-songwriter Christopher Smith started working with drummer Shaunn Watt, keyboardist Will Kendrick, and bassist Peter Carruthers when he was looking for someone to...
Had Kōban issued its black-as-night VIDE EP in the U.K. back in the ’80s, singer-bassist Brittany Westgarth and guitarist-vocalist Samuel Buss would’ve been legendary, card-...
As Lateef the Truthspeaker tells it, his Latyrx reunion with fellow Bay Area rap veteran Lyrics Born was foretold by the stars themselves. “I think the moon and the sun were in...
Turns out there’s a new Exile on Main Street. Situated at 3730 Main, instrument retailer Exile recently opened its doors, though shop plans had been in the works for a couple of...
KobanVIDE (Weyrd Son) With the dog days of summer over and the fall monsoons on the horizon, the tinted postpunk on Vancouver duo Koban’s new VIDE EP might just help you...
B-LinesOpening Band (Hockey Dad) It’d be presumptuous, given the years that the group has spent headlining shows around town, to say the title track of B-Lines’ Opening Band is...
SpellFull Moon Sessions (Hard and Heavy) With this being the year of the super moon, the arrival of Spell’s Full Moon Sessions seems rather timely. Sonically, it’s a different...
Vancouver scuzz-punk crew Nü Sensae used to maintain an insane performance schedule, but the band has announced a temporary hiatus. Reason being: drummer Daniel Pitout is moving...
As MGH!, Jason Sulyma has been playing the party circuit around town for over a decade, whether blasting a blend of punk and rap at an East Side warehouse, streaming out dance...
If you’re thinking the seven-year gap separating Gob’s 2007 LP Muertos Vivos from its sixth studio album, Apt. 13, is a little excessive, you’re right. The Fraser Valley–founded...

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