Articles tagged with: Punk
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Today was a special show that was 2 1/2 hours long with Host Jordan VanMusic Grey. Jordan was left to man the show by himself and he had a lot of fun with musical guests Coldwater Bootlaggers. Over 30 songs were played for your listening pleasure of local bands as well as some international bands that Oswaldo have found in Europe.
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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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In today’s show we have an interview by Oswaldo. Interview with Vedran Mujagic bass player from Dubioza kolektiv in Sarajevo. We talk about cleaning the streets of Vancouver as well as some really cool Vancouver Bands. Also we talk about Race For A Cure that was happening outside of our studio. As well we talk about The Toasters and Los Furios show that was at the Rickshaw.
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Join Hosts Jordan Vanmusic Grey, Chapa Guzman and John Prentice for a weekly showcase of local music, and lively interviews with musical guests.
This week we interviewed local Singer Songwriters Josie Aileen Patterson ( Cozy ) and Clare Twiddy, they played live on air, so please sit back and listen to this podcast. Each week we will bring interesting music stories and the latest in Vancouver’s Indie Music scene.
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We are ContraSound. A little bit punk. A little bit Metal A hell of a lot Rock n’ Roll.
I experienced a disconnect from rock music a few years ago. Having listened to Metallica, Stone Temple Pilots, Creed, Motorhead, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Hendrix for years, I purged my music library in favor of electro house and dubstep. I had firmly entrenched myself in my listening habits, and I never thought I would be convinced otherwise. But, one band did it… and I honestly wouldn’t be writing on this blog if …
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A three piece band from Vancouver, British Columbia playing a combination of Rock, Punk and Blues. This furious trio makes a lot of noise for a mere 3 people. Booth’s raging vocals and cantankerous guitar mixed with the punk-pounding pulses of Elwood on the skins and Kent’s gut punching bass, this band is pure sweat and rock and roll.
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Joyce Collingwood was formed on April of 2009 in Vancouver, B.C by five girls with the goal of making raw, unpretentious punk. “What kind of music did we want to play together?”, we asked each other. Fast music. Short songs. Punk. Metal. Like the magic of music does, it happened almost instantaneously. The band member’s musical influences range from thrash metal to cumbia. This mix of styles has been an asset when it comes to songwriting and everybody participates in writing and arranging music.
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Vancouver Based Band The Brass Action
The Brass Action is a Vancouver based, high-energy, horn-driven, ska band! With two loud horns, we’ve been making noise in Vancouver for the past 3 years. We’re a 6-piece band that mashes jazz, reggae, ska, and punk into one big ball of flaming music and spits it out at anybody within earshot. Be prepared to dance, skank, mosh, sweat, and find out why we’re called The Brass Action. We are an independent band and we just released our first EP after many long hard years …
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Their radio friendly riffs, fast harmonies and quick melodies are sure to fill young iphones and ipods across the continent. Would I buy Impossible? Being that I’m in my thirties, it’s not quite my style. But if I was seventeen or I wanted to reminisce about being seventeen then I would probably buy it and dance in the living room at a friend’s house party with a girl I’m hoping to make out with and I would love every minute of it.