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The Fresh and Onlys with Special Guests The Shilohs @ Electric Owl | July 11th

Fresh and Onlys

The Fresh and Onlys

Timbre Concerts is pairing San Francisco’s awesome indie rockers The Fresh and Onlys with Vancouver’s own incredibly talented indie pop group The Shilohs.

The Fresh and Onlys are on tour to support their latest album entitled House of Spirits. Check out their latest single called Animal of One.

The Shilohs are also supporting their latest self titled album. This album screams of The Beatles and Tame Impala, which is perfect for that summer time relaxation.

A Blast from the Past: Retro Issues of Discorder Magazine Digitized!

Amazing Discorder Who doesn’t love perusing through magazines of decades past just to see the wacky fashion and dated pop cultural references?

Thanks to some hard work and significant effort from UBC Library’s Digital Initiatives Unit, all of us can re-live the glory days of Discorder Magazine! Take a look at their recent blog post, which displays some of the finest pieces of artwork known to mankind. The Digital Initiatives Unit plans on getting the entirety of 80′s Discorder issues completely digitized and available to the general public by the end of the year.

CiTR is calling for companies to build us a new website!

citrbikelogoCiTR is looking for a company to build us a brand new, shiny website that allows people to flip between audio and print content on CiTR and Discorder magazine, and search for bands and interview topics. Are you interested? Respond to our RFI by August 1, 2014. Read the details in our CiTR Discorder Website Redesign – Request for Interest.

Skate Jam at UBC Skate Park! | July 4th

UBC Skate Jam Poster Freestyle skateboarding, Nardwuar, and great summer tunes all come together this Friday, July 4th, at UBC’s Skate Park (the first campus skateboard park in North America!). The Skate Jam was created by Skullskates board shop in collaboration with the University Neighbourhood Association, and CiTR!

Come down to hang out or skate! Starring Andy Anderson and world class freestyle skater Kevin Harris. CiTR’s Nardwuar The Human Serviette will be broadcasting live at UBC Skate Park from 3:30-5:00PM. Food and refreshments, skateboard games and prizes for everyone. The event is open to everyone so come one, come all! For more info, check out the Facebook page for the event right here.

Sponsored by CiTR 101.9FM and Discorder Magazine

Timbre Concerts Presents: Lee Fields & The Expressions with Special Guests The Ballantynes | July 3rd

Lee Fields

Lee Fields

What do you do when you got the post-Canada Day blues? Rather than being down about your patriotic celebrations coming to an end, put your dancing shoes on and groove to uplifting soul music from Lee Fields & The Expressions along with Vancouver’s incredible band The Ballantynes next Thursday at The Imperial.

It is not uncommon to hear the youth of Generation Y bemoan the fact they missed out on the 70′s; a time when soul and funk were the burgeoning genres. Lee Fields is not just a throwback to the great music of the 70′s…his career in the industry spans 43 years! When Lee Fields teamed up with The Expressions in 2009, it was a match made in soul heaven. Lee Fields and The Expressions are now an international sensation bringing nostalgic joy to older music fans and a genuinely fresh sound to younger music fans who weren’t able to experience the 70′s. Get a taste of Lee Fields and The Expressions in this track which is a tribute to the fairer sex, aptly titled Ladies.

Timbre Concerts Presents: Painted Palms with Special Guests Imperial Mammoth & Jay Arner| July 2nd

Painted Palms

Painted Palms

Next Wednesday, July 2nd, come out to the Biltmore Cabaret for three awesome acts! Electronic pop-duo Painted Palms are headlining while Imperial Mammoth and Jay Arner are amping up the crowds with their opening performances.

Painted Palms is a San Francisco based group composed of two cousins; Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme. Reese and Christopher would create songs by sending snippets of audio tracks to each other online since they were separated by a dozen states from each other during their formative years as musicians.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ The Orpheum | June 30th & July 1st

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Next week, we kick-start the summer sunshine with an eagerly anticipated band: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds! On Monday June 30th and Tuesday July 1st, check out Nick Cave and his incredible band The Bad Seeds at Vancouver’s iconic Orpheum Theatre.

Nick Cave hails from a town called Warracknabeal in Australia. Aside from being a gifted singer, Nick Cave’s talents also span screen writing (The Proposition) and acting (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford). His 15th album with The Bad Seeds called Push the Sky Away, has received universal acclaim.

Tickets are selling fast for the June 30th showing. However, there are still plenty of tickets available for July 1st, so buy them now before it’s too late!

Tickets: $38.80-$93.50 – Available online at

Sponsored by CiTR and Discorder Magazine

Rice & Beans Theatre Presents: Loomings; or, the Whale

Loomings PosterLoomings; or, the Whale is a powerhouse fantasia loosely inspired by Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. The company responsible for crafting this ambitious play is Rice & Beans Theatre, a theatre company composed of alumni from Simon Fraser University’s School of Contemporary Arts program.

Loomings is an expressionistic presentation of the turbulent relationship between father and son. The play bravely challenges methods of storytelling utilising repetitions and variations of leitmotifs, fragmented scenes, and wild, improbable stage pictures.

Timbre Concerts Presents: Dean Wareham with Special Guest Jody Glenham | June 27th

Dean Wareham On Friday, June 27th, come down to the Biltmore Cabaret to check out two amazing singer-songwriters in action; Dean Wareham and Vancouver’s own Jody Glenham.

Dean Wareham is renowned for his poignant contemplation on American life. His self-titled album has received critical acclaim from Pitchfork and Rolling Stone. Here’s a slice off his album called Holding Pattern.