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There are two assets that every bona fide gang needs: an attitude that says it’s us versus the world, and a ride-till-you-die bond that’s thicker than thieves. PINS, the...
Harking back to Vancouver’s Emergency Room era of punk, Snit fuses eerie, frantic guitar work with lyrics that are as grippingly bleak as Hastings and Main. Holding us back from...
Dead Soft singer Nathaniel Epp has—alongside bassist Keeley Rochon and drummer Graeme McDonald—spent the past year spreading the grunge-pop gospel with electrifying shows. The...
Note: This past weekend was a crazy one that included the Squamish Valley Music Festival and a Lady Gaga headlining show at Rogers Arena. On Monday morning, various Straight...
From collaborating with music heavyweights like Big Boi and the Flaming Lips to playing legendary festivals like this year’s Lollapalooza, Phantogram is leading a life as surreal...
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...
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....
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...
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...
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,...

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