Vancouver music tip sheet: Catlow, The 1975, Nick Waterhouse, Epik High

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      April 25 at the Biltmore 

      Vancouver indie-pop veteran Natasha Thirsk celebrates the re-release of her latest EP, 2018’s Main of Nowhere, on white vinyl, with Other People, the Slip-Ons, and the Furniture. White vinyl!


      The 1975 - Sincerity Is Scary

      The 1975

      April 26 at Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

      The 1975 released one of 2018’s best albums, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, walking a fine line between Auto-Tuned millennial pop and vintage Manchester mope rock.


      Nick Waterhouse - This Is A Game

      Nick Waterhouse

      May 1 at the Biltmore

      There’s retro and then there’s retro. Nick Waterhouse’s canny blend of ’50s rock ’n’ roll and ’60s soul ought to console anyone who missed the JD McPherson show a few weeks back.


      Epik High (에픽하이) - 술이 달다 (Lovedrunk) ft. Crush

      Epik High

      May 2 and 3 at the Vogue

      Seoul-based hip-hop trio Epik High comes to town bearing dope beats and enough English-language rhymes to spread its good vibes beyond Vancouver’s South Korean expat community.