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Hundred Waters immerses Vancouver crowd in a sea of sound and visual effects
Hundred Waters’s live show is a visual art-piece leagues beyond most underground/indie bands.
Feb 19th, 2015
Ariel Pink inspires shrugs at the Rickshaw
Despite a few energetic numbers, the underground king of weirdpop’s feigned nonchalance was the overriding theme.
Feb 12th, 2015
Fortune Sound Club's five-year anniversary celebrates a career of cultural impetus
90's R&B star Sisqó lit up the dancefloor as Fortune's surprise guest for their 5-year party.
Jan 25th, 2015
Vancouver Symphony’s New Music Festival kicks off 2015 with a breath of fresh ideas
If you rank yourself among the musically curious, consider the second annual VSO New Music Festival as a great warm up to a year of imaginative music making around the city.
Jan 10th, 2015
The best 20 albums of 2014
Music writer Nicholas Laba's list of the best 20 albums of 2014.
Jan 4th, 2015
The best 50 songs of 2014
Music writer Nicholas Laba's list of the best 50 songs of 2014.
Dec 29th, 2014
Invisible orange sales peak as Pallbearer shake “Foundations” at the Biltmore
For those who don’t know, metal shows are about two things: band-shirts and epic hand gestures.
Dec 12th, 2014
Lights performs an acoustic set for 100 lucky fans as hmv re-opens on Robson
It's been almost three years since hmv's flagship store shut its doors to the Vancouver public. Monrday, hmv re-opened its doors on Robson just a few blocks west of the old location. To...
Dec 4th, 2014
Vancouver Opera and Touchstone Theatre tackle bullying head on
As anyone who’s been up Burnaby Mountain knows, to combat bullying you must stand up to it. Vancouver Opera’s Stickboy and Touchstone Theatre’s Late Company are also confronting and healing bullying.
Nov 23rd, 2014
Vance Joy plays two sold out shows at the Commodore
Vance Joy took the stage Sunday for two sold out back to back shows at the Commodore Ballroom, and was received with open arms. The 26-year-old Melbourne, Australia native has had an...
Nov 22nd, 2014