Taking their musical and lyrical cues from documentaries on the history of the Space Race, the band tap into the unknown.
Whether you’re a mid-twenties party animal or a sixty-year-old homemaker, everybody loves Motown music.
The experimental rappers has been together for just over a year, but they’ve already solidified their status as one of the city’s most innovative partnerships.
Wannabe musicians know they have to make sacrifices to carve out space in a cutthroat industry.
You don’t get many infectious pop tunes written from the perspective of mature adults.
Howie might be the first to cite his brother’s influence, but don’t expect the record to sound like a knock-off.
Imagine balancing academic life in one city, a band in another, and the sting of ending a serious relationship.
Singer-guitarist Eden Oliver admits that she's always had to fight an inner demon to make art.
Three members used to be in Movieland, but the band has still managed to develop its own distinct sound.
That Ashley Webber named her new project Ashley Shadow is a stroke of genius.
The release party is at the Rickshaw on Saturday (February 27).
As long as people like rap music Hip Hop Karaoke will stay around.
Cinematic two-album project features sonic contribuations from members of Destroyer and Belle and Sebastian
The band started out as Steven Beddall’s solo project, but has evolved into something else.
It’s a bleak winter’s night, and Bob Sumner’s rustic-for-Strathcona house is pretty much what you’d expect.
When two MCs with different levels of experience form a duo and call it Alpha Omega, who’s which?
No one can accuse Unleash the Archers of being unambitious.
Good for Grapes is having a hell of a year.
It’s hard to say if you’ll know exactly what it was you’ve heard and seen.
Why is local singer and composer Russell Wallace spearheading an initiative to teach electronic-music production techniques to First Nations youth?
It might come as a surprise that Jasleen Powar, who goes by Horsepowar on stage, never planned to get into hip hop.
Talk about a dream gig.
The Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa once observed that “Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life.” Losing oneself in any sol
Romanian-born, Vancouver-bred Stefana Fratila is only 23 years old and probably more accomplished than you.
Kieran Strange isn’t afraid to be herself.