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Poppy Family lights up a successful and stunningly sunny Khatsahlano party
At West 4th Avenue on Saturday, July 12 The Khatsahlano festival appeared in view like a desert mirage as you approached West 4th Avenue in the scorching sunshine, the fairground...
Lana Del Rey pleases the faithful at the PNE Amphitheatre
At the PNE Amphitheatre on Sunday, May 25 Past the trees twinkling with fairy lights, there is a land where every girl wreathes her flowing, bum-length hair with a flower crown....
Damon Albarn's Everyday Robots a personal and contemplative effort
Everyday Robots (Parlophone) From his artsy Britpop days in Blur to the wildly eclectic collaboration of Gorillaz, to say that ’90s pretty boy turned opera-composing genre-bender...
Cool is a very funkified affair
Paint (Independent) As far as supergroups go, Vancouver’s ironically named Cool does not fit the ego-tripping stereotype the term so readily conjures up. Slash does not make an...
Miss Quincy clearly loves her classic rock
Roadside Recovery (Independent) Hailing from the wilds of northern B.C., Miss Quincy and the leather-clad ladies of Showdown are happy hitting the road in a worn-out tour van,...
The 1975 charms the kids at the Vogue
At the Vogue Theatre on Saturday, April 26 When the mosh pit is showered with water bottles before the band has even made it on-stage, you know it’s going to be an exciting show....
Mac DeMarco displays maturity on Salad Days
From slowing his vocals down to creepy Elvis sleaze on his 2012 debut to describing his music as “jizz jazz”, indie oddball Mac DeMarco can make you feel like you’re in on the...
Brody Dalle returns with the vise-grip tight Diploid Love
Diploid Love (Caroline) Flying solo out of the ashes of the Distillers and Spinnerette, frontwoman Brody Dalle is back with Diploid Love, her first album released under her own...
The Savoys go dreamy on Karma to Burn
Karma to Burn (Independent) Formerly known as Days of Heaven, the title of a Terrence Malick flick, local indie quartet the Savoys have always been drawn to the cinematic. And...
Lisa’s Hotcakes lives up to its Hotter moniker
Hotter (Independent) For those who pine for the days when low-tech guitars and live drums ruled the stage, Lisa’s Hotcakes has your back, as well as a sophomore EP that lives up...
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Merritt's Bass Coast music festival bans attendees from wearing Native headdresses
Gwynne Dyer: Middle East Christians are going, going, gone
Christy Clark's Wikipedia page receives cheeky edit
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