While the nonbinary musician readily admits that most of their 10th full-length draws on their own experience, they’ve found a way of making it a gift for all of us who, from time to time, feel the gravitational pull of the void.
That the band seems more interested in uplifting fans while hopefully giving them something to think about isn’t an accident.
"We like to play music, we hope people like listening to said music, and we are not here to push our opinions on you or judge you for your beliefs or tell you how to live your life."
The album title is a nod to the kind of surrender that comes along with becoming fully adult, with seeing your friends, cousins, and bandmates become parents, with taking on a serious job.
On a mission to queer up small-town British Columbia, trio turns negatives into a positive with its debut Hot Magic.
By managing YouTube streaming accounts, it's formed one of the biggest music distribution networks in the world.
Most DJs start out playing small venues before breaking into larger clubs. Vancouver artist Kasey Riot chose to do the opposite.
Laura Reznek and Carolyn Deady created the Vancouver indie label to help deconstruct stereotypes about female performers.
There’s a reason the group that Downie fronted was often called “Canada’s house band”.
She's stockpiled countless golden memories since the holiday fundraiser at the Commodore Ballroom was launched in 1985.
Blue Smoke celebrates the birthday of a legend.
The Pointed Sticks show in New Westmin