You’ll want to hear this because it’s beautiful—and also because it’s music that deftly encapsulates the Vancouver experience.
On its third full-length, the posthardcore trio sounds almost at its breaking point when it comes to the cyclical mundanities of life
Appropriately for a group that attaches the seemingly contradictory genre labels “death rock” and “peace punk” to itself, SPECTRES blends together chaotic and distorted soundscapes with the catchiest of ’80s-inspired pop sensibilities.
Despite appearances to the contrary, it's not a Jack Kirby concept album.
Did You Die has always excelled at shoegazing ragers.
Imagine an indie-pop Lady Gaga or Kesha.
Seattle was once a magical place
Listen up and you'll like what you hear.
Pass the bourbon
This is probably the prettiest, easiest-to-listen-to music of Pete Campbell’s long and undersung career.
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.