Vancouver roots-rock masters finally make that debut record
If roots music is your jam, you’re not likely to give a damn whether Let Me In came out in 2018, 2005, or 1990. You’re just going to dig it.
The Vancouver musical project just became Twitter-famous, but not for its own music.
The old argument against improvised music—where are the melodies?—has never been less relevant.
Most punks mellow as they age.
Whatever bands he’s playing with Bert Man puts on one of the more consistently entertaining live shows in Vancouver.
The album was recorded in “a parent’s basement”, and we’d guess that parent is plenty proud.
Those who don’t know history are condemned to repeat it—and sometimes those who do know history willingly follow that same path.
Songs like “Talk to Me” and “I Don’t Want to Love You” will find favour with anyone who wishes they were living in the pre-Expo Vancouver that was home to Images in Vogue.
Canada's greatest punk band caught at its most potent
If you need a reminder of just how badly you squandered your youth, take a look at Jaden Bricker’s Bandcamp page.
Tire Town's closing cut, "Out of Dreams", is a perfect encapsulation of the band's style.