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Hosts: Jordan Vanmusic Grey, Chapa Guzman and John Prentice for a weekly showcase of local music, and lively interviews with musical guests…every Tuesday 11:30am – 1pm.
This week’s telephone interview was with Kyle Fury frontman and lead singer of the local ska band called Los Furios, and a you tube interview with Rob “Bucket” Hingley frontman ans lead Singer from The Toasters, a legendary ska band from NYC.
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Vancouver electronica duo Au4 released new album “…And Down Goes The Sky”. With story-like lyrics and meticulous soundscapes, Au4’s “And Down Goes the Sky” sweeps its listeners into a world where fantasy dances with science, where the sacred joins the profane, where simplicity embraces complexity, and where life meets death. Listeners travel amidst the lush layers of pads and strings, operatic incantations of angels, pounding rhythms of deep electronic sequences, and the intimate whispers of singer and guitar.
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Perryscope Concerts & Vogue Productions present Jinja Safari at The Media Club on Thursday September 14.
Sydney, Australia’s afrobeat, indie “forest” rock band hits Vancouver for the first time this fall for a headlining event, following the release of their forthcoming debut album and an appearance at this year’s Rifflandia Festival.
Formed in 2010, Jinja Safari was initially a duo of Marcus Azon & Cameron ‘Pepa’ Knight. The two met at a beach party on the Central Coast of New South Wales in early 2010. By June of that year, Jinja Safari …
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Mercy Years is a Vancouver band you will like.
Born out of Vancouver’s coffee scene, Mercy Years is a collaboration from parts of British Columbia, the Canadian Prairies and London, England. Euphoric melodies and driving rhythms reflect their expansive origins; hints of the UK post-punk scene are melded with Cascadian indie-rock textures resulting in a stirring wall of sound.
The initial spark was an answer to a Craigslist ad for musicians in autumn 2009. Then came a failed attempt at formation, leaving guitarists Nick Russell and Adam Sharp to assemble a collection …
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By the end of the evening the crowd had gathered around the center of the bar in a circle around the band for the final sing along of the night. Paper Lions had a way of bringing everyone together and making us new friends while at the same time making us all feel like very old friends who hadn’t seen each other in ages, marking the close of a pretty sweet night on the Vancouver music scene.
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The official album release party is taking place this September 4th at the Media Club. Guests and long time friends include: Northcote and Eli Hilberry. Doors are at 9:00pm and advance tickets are available online at ticketweb.ca. Advance tickets include a complimentary copy of the new album that can be picked up upon arrival. You can also check them out on September 16th in Victoria at the Studio and on September 17th in Courtney at the Bridge Lounge. Expect to have fun have with Run River’s introspective, lyrical rock music that’s sure to keep your feet tapping.
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LIVE at Squamish, one of B.C.’s newest music festivals, is returning to the stage for the second time this summer on August 20th and 21st. As avid concert-goers and music junkies prepare for the upcoming music festival season, some wonder how the constantly growing popularity of attending weekend-long outdoor music festivals came to be. Contrary to popular belief, the concept of music festivals did not spark with the iconic Woodstock rock festival back in 1969.