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CiTR 101.9FM is a Proud Sponsor of: OH NO! YOKO CD Release! w/h HUMANS & TEEN DAZE

JULY 1ST! Come celebrate Canada Day in STYLE with SUPER COOL bands at the OH NO! YOKO EP RELEASE. YES!

Head down to The Cobalt(917 Main Street) for this historically awesome EP release by one of Vancouver’s shiniest pop gems. Seriously, how can you say no to a line-up like this:





Also keeping us company will be DJ’s:

Doors at 9:30pm, Bands at 10:00pm and it’s $12.00 to get in.

For more info, check out the events page.

SPEND CANADA DAY RIGHT! BE THERE!, Beatroute & CiTR Present: Pat Jordache, Slam Dunk and My Friend Wallis

WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 head down to the ***NOTE: THIS SHOW IS AT THE WALDORF NOT THE ASTORIA AS I PREVIOUSLY NOTED*** to catch one AMAZING out of towner and two of our VERY FAVE local bands.

Slam Dunk- from Music Waste to NXNE to Sled Island to California to……..the moon? CATCH THESE GUYS!

Pat Jordache- gems of music in a stolen laptop turned into treasures found in an old Mediafire account. DON’T MISS THIS

My Friend Wallis every time I run, I run into them. Blogs YVYNL & SMOKEDONTSMOKE & ALTEREDZONES & Label DRACULAHORSE all thinks these guys are rad. So do we! NEED I SAY MORE?

Sure why not? DJ’s:
FRONTFUNNERS (MONTREAL) (Karn + Gillies of Silly Kissers)

Doors @ 8pm
My Friend Wallis 9pm
Pat Jordache 10pm
Slam Dunk 11pm


Check out My Friend Wallis’ Video for “Be Free” below:


Our friends over at UBC SURF had asked to do a little promotion for their party coming up on June 23rd! Of course we obliged cause they’re so cool!

Head to SUMMER KICK OFF on June 23rd at Venue(881 Granville St) and start your summer with no bummers. Door are at 9pm and it’s +19.

For more info check out the website

CiTR is Proud To Sponsor: A Good Woman of Setzuan

Running between Wednesday, June 29th to July 24th Seven Tyrants Theatre Present: A Good Woman of Setzuan.

A Good Woman of Setzuan is a re-imagining of Bertolt Brecht’s musical parable about the struggle to live a moral life in a society corrupted by greed and selfishness.

Staged in the lush environmental setting of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, this groundbreaking Seven Tyrants production gives audiences a unique opportunity to enjoy one of the 20th Century’s greatest plays in one of Vancouver’s top attractions.

A Good Woman of Setzuan is a wildly entertaining examination of the relationship between economic systems and the moral standards they produce. In true Seven Tyrants fashion, A Good Woman of Setzuan draws from several translations of Brecht’s original German tale, to present a streamlined re-telling that modern audiences are sure to enjoy. The production features an original musical score and choreography, all performed live by the multi-talented cast.

As mentioned, it will be performed at The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden- 578 Carrall Street, Vancouver.

Tickets are $32.00 for adults and $29.00 for students. Tickets are on sale now! Call: 604-662-3207 ***Note that if you buy your ticket before June 29, you will receive a $5.00 discount.

For More Info Visit:

The Arts Report! – June 15, 2011

On the show today…
The Mountain Goats
Thankfully, they’re not really mountain goats bleating at The Biltmore Cabaret (actually, that would be kinda awesome) but rather a three-piece folk rock band with John Darnielle on vocals and guitar, Peter Hughes on bass and Jon Wurster on drums. With a distinctive lo-fi sound since the 90s, ‘The Mountain Goats’ began to develop a more cleaner sound by recording their albums in studios. Recently, they released a new album called All Eternals Deck with songs inspired by deck of fictional tarot cards. Jon Wurster joins The Arts Report and talks about the band.

On June 17th at The Biltmore Cabaret, for more information and tickets, click here!

Crystal Precious
Once again, Crystal Precious joins The Arts Report for an extended interview! As a prominent spokesperson and advocate for the Vancouver burlesque movement, Crystal Precious made her mark across the nation with polished vocals interweaved with lyrically witty hip hop verses. As part of a neo-burlesque troupe, Sweet Soul Burlesque, they mix up classic striptease with new pop culture elements. Each dancer with has their own vibrant dance style and Crystal Precious in particular, has popped out from life-size venus flytrap.

Check her out at Keefer Bar with Sweet Soul Burlesque every Thursday.

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CiTR & Discorder are Proud To Sponsor: Sled Island 2011


June 22-25 head to the always western and always wonderful Calgary Alberta for the four day independent art & music festival that is SLED ISLAND. Running since 2007 Sled Island has developed into one of the leading festivals of its kind in Canada.

Featuring over 200 artists and bands in more than 25 different venues in the not only will you run into Vancouver hometown favourites like Chains of Love who you can catch on the cover of the latest Discorder to super rad Central Alberta bands like The Ketamines(now signed to HOZAC RECORDS) to the always lovely and ever popular Kurt Vile & The Violators.

More Information on purchasing passes, the finalized schedule and just about anything else that might enter your mind can be found on the website:

Check out this old video below from The Soft Pack who will be playing both Wednesday and Thursday night of the festival:

CiTR & Discorder Proudly Sponsor: Signal + Noise Media Arts Festival

JUNE 23-27 The 11TH annual Signal + Noise Media Art Festival presents a collision of revolutionary Armenian Kino Cinema, remixes of ex-Yugoslav and CBC Television Broadcast ID Music, travelogues from an arctic sea voyage, and science fictional rediscovery of diminishing islands.

Head Down to the Vivo Media Arts Center at 1965 Main Street for four days of contemporary media and sound art, projections, and performance art.

Don’t miss the offsite opening reception at the Western Front (303 E. 8th Ave) featuring Ben Rivers’ Slow Action or the screening of The Time Dilation Machine by Hank Bull at the Pacific Cinematheque (1131 Howe St.) June 27 at 7:30pm.

Tickets are $10 for each show. Tickets sold at the door only 30min in advance. No one will be turned away for lack of funds!

Artist Talks, Installations and Offsite Exhibitions are free.

Tickets for the Screening of The Time Dilation Machine are $10.50 or $9.00 with a membership.


CiTR & Discorder Magazine Proudly Sponsor: Times New Viking at The Media Club

Wednesday May 22nd, CiTR and Discorder are proud to sponsor Times New Viking at the Media Club. Everybodies favourite lo-fi cassette recorded(in 2005 at least) rock band from Ohio will be in Vancouver to promote their new release “Dancer Equired”

Doors are at 8:00pm.

Tickets are $13.00 in advance available online at or at Red Cat, Scratch, Zulu and Ditch Records(for you Victoria folk).

Check out there rad new video below & SEE THEM LIVE ON THE 22ND!

Vancouver Mini Maker Faire

June 25-26 come experience the ultimate celebration of making, crafting, Do-It-Yourself, tinkering, hacking and sharing at the Mini Maker Faire!

The first of its kind in Vancouver The Maker Faire offers a tradeshow- except the currency used is not cash, it’s ideas! Vancouver Mini Maker Faire will take you through an inspiring, energetic and captivating range of exhibits, including workshops, performances, displays, and a speaker series.

Some of the features include pyrotechnics, kinetic sculptures, interactive musical installations, and 3d printers that can print themselves. Interaction booths stationed throughout will centre around education: teaching people how to complete a circuit, spin wool, or smoke bacon!

The event will be held at the Great Northern Way Campus(577 Great Northern Way) and admission prices will go as follows:

Adult Day Pass- $15.00
Adult Weekend Pass- $20.00

Child Day Pass- $7.00
Child Weekend Pass- $12.50

For more information visit the website.

CiTR 101.9FM & Discorder Magazine Proudly Sponsor: A Girls Rock Camp and Space Camp Benefit Show @ The Planetarium!

Any Plans for the Summer Solstice???

Spend it at THE PLANETARIUM, listening to AWESOME live music while spacey images and stars play overhead.

The Open Heart Collective, a group of local artists, are putting on a benefit rock show at the H.R.MacMillan Space Centre, located in beautiful Vanier Park, on June 21st, 2011.

The event will feature bands, Apollo Ghosts, My Friend Wallis, and No Band, who will be donating their time and talent to help send inner city kids to Rock Camp For Girls and Space Camp! This all ages event will also feature an art exhibit and silent auction. All proceeds raised will go to the kids as well. AMAZING!

Don’t miss out on this magical evening! Doors are at 8:00 and show starts at 8:30 sharp! Tickets are only $15 (tax incl.) and are available now at Red Cat Records, Zulu, and Cinephile Video.

For more information check out the event facebook page