Hmm, Ritual Dictates… Dare we toss out that oh so dreaded term “supergroup?” Well, while you debate that in…
Vancouver’s Spell have been honing their retro metal invasion over the past seven years and two full-length albums. Their…
Independent Vancouver rockers The Noodle Boys recently released their second music video “OCEAN,” and you should probably check it out now!
In this intensely personal guest blog, Patrick McWilliams, one half of the synth-punk duo Gone Sugar Die, discusses his battles with mental health, self-medication, and how it relates to the homelessness crisis that has befallen the city of Vancouver.
Vancouver Island, British Columbia’s emerging emo-indie group Little Lightning are previewing their upcoming EP, You’re Alright (out August 9th), by streaming the white hot lead single, “Heavy, Steady.”
Supporting his new album, No Village, out via Nevado Music, Abbotsford, B.C.-based singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer, Kuri is offering a free download of the outstanding single, “The Great Orator.”
Always down to support budding bands, we jumped at the chance to debut “White Lies,” the nifty new single from Vancouver, BC’s indie/pop rockers, Royal Oak.
On a Wednesday night, in between Coachella weekends, Maggie Rogers performed a sold-out show at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, for the first time. And, honestly, it felt like the second coming.
Vancouver-based emo/pop-punk band, Youth Fountain, have released their debut full-length, Letters to Our Former Selves, via American punk rock label Pure Noise Records and it’s pure perfection!
Let’s be serious, it’s Robyn’s world and we’re all just out here paying rent in it. Touring for her most recent album, Honey, Robyn performed a sold-out show at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver to close out February.
If you’re the type of band that consistently makes some of the most beautiful music, ever, it’s consummate to parallel its beauty in setting. While a specific venue to listen to alluring, Balkan-inspired indie-rock isn’t necessary, the Orpheum was as good a place as any for Beirut to deliver tunes off their sixth studio album, Gallipoli, out now via 4AD.
Ever wonder what a mash-up of Nirvana and Everclear might sound like? You’re in luck! Hit play on the brand new “She Said” single from Vancouver rockers The Jins. The trio’s fuzzy new tune is out tomorrow via 604 Records.