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Under the Volcano, the annual festival of music and art that takes over North Vancouver's Cates Park the first Sunday of every August, has long billed itself as a celebration...
The Piccadilly Pub has been closed for a couple of weeks, and how long it will remain so has not yet been determined. According to the Pic's general manager, Liz Boddy, the...
At Pacific Coliseum on Friday, July 29 Not even the band's staunchest fan could deny that Míƒ ¶tley Críƒ ¼e has made some stupid choices in its 24-year sojourn in the rock...
The New Pornographers' new album is getting a lot of attention before it has even hit the stores. It's not often that a band from our neck of the woods gets the lead review...
Pretty Mess (Independent) There's a lot to love about Pretty Mess. Almost too much, in fact. The problem, if it can be called that, starts with the opening track, "Go", a...
Across and Back (Independent) Even at this early stage of her career, Melissa Hill must be growing weary of comparisons to Diana Krall. Both performers hail from Nanaimo...
A collaborative effort between local music scenesters and their young friends has caught the ear of U.S. music critic Douglas Wolk. In a Mixing Desk column posted on the Web...
(Flip/Geffen) Give Limp Bizkit credit for sticking to its guns. Rap-metal might be 1997's hottest musical fad, but that hasn't stopped Fred Durst and friends from carrying...
For an act that is quickly developing a reputation as a killer live band, Toronto's Uncut had somewhat inauspicious beginnings. The group started life as a duo, a...
At Malkin Bowl on Saturday, July 2 K-OS is on a mission. His aim is to rescue his beloved hip-hop from those who would use it mainly as a vehicle to fatten already-swollen...

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