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Photos: Big Sugar sweetens up the Commodore
Reviews of a Stephen King sequel, an old-style war movie...
Arnie is back again, Antonio portrays his director and...
Your numerology cycles November 1–15
Bangarra: 65,000 year old avant garde
Savoring three good ones: Parasite’s class consciousness,...
Differently abling the specially needy
Portrait of the Artist as a Ripe 引き籠もり
How the Fallen are Mighty
Local artist gives album proceeds to the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House
What inspired multi-instrumentalist/producer Evan Ivan to donate all the proceeds of his album Bad Tidings and the Hope That Remains?
May 21st, 2014
Ethos Collective improvises its way to freedom
“Why go out and hear merely brilliant local performers when you can plant yourself on the couch and dial in a genius from anywhere on the planet?” Improvisation fits the bill nicely.
May 20th, 2014
Banjo royalty captivates at the Chan Centre
If there is a first family of banjo, it's this couple. Béla Fleck and his wife Abigail Washburn played to an appreciative crowd at the nearly-full Chan Centre.
May 13th, 2014
BROODS: New Zealand's next band to watch makes waves in Vancouver
Get a first look at New Zealand's latest electronic pop wunderkinds.
May 11th, 2014
Photos: Franz Ferdinand plays the Commodore
Lead singer and guitarist Alex Kapranos and his Scottish Indie rock band Franz Ferdinand plays to a sold out crowd at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver.
Apr 27th, 2014
Raquel Cole wins hearts and loot at the Nimbus Recording Competition Finals
Up-and-coming musicians meet the up-and-coming music businesspeople.
Apr 28th, 2014
Regina Carter’s violin mixes DNA with Southern Comfort
Regina is indeed a virtuoso violinist, but she keeps her chops on a short leash—it’s the soul of the music that leads.
Apr 25th, 2014
Ellie Goulding dazzles at the Orpheum Theatre
Adoring fans sang at the top of their lungs with the singer, while capturing the moment with their smartphones.
Apr 25th, 2014
New music concerts in Vancouver cultivate the sacred, the creative, and the weird
Some people find contemporary music hard to understand, but like the gardens of Vancouver, true beauty resides in making the extra effort.
Apr 16th, 2014
Bastille rocks Vancouver with two concerts in one day
Despite the fact that London, UK-based indie rock/pop group Bastille debuted their first album less than a year ago, devoted local fans gave the band an intense welcome at the Commodore...
Apr 8th, 2014