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Rodney DeCroo

Rodney DeCroo, a Vancouver singer-songwriter of grim blues / rock, released a book of poetry in 2017 titled Next Door to the Butcher Shop. His…

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Love To Sew

Looking for a seamless podcast, strung together with darn good sewing advice and spools of resources? Make it sew! The Love to Sew podcast is…

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Generation Why

Whether it is following the bloody footsteps of a serial killer or chasing the seductive leads of an unsolved crime, Generation Why is a guided…

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LT. Frank Dickens

Lt. Frank Dickens, a grungy experimental folk artist and self-proclaimed poet, released his second album, Sour Bubblegum, on Jaz Records in September 2017. Sour Bubblegum is…

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Project Pablo

Project Pablo is a deep house musician from Vancouver, based in Montreal. Their most recent outing, Hope You’re Well released via Technicolour, slides into their…

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Slow

It is hard to talk about Vancouver ‘80s wunderkinds Slow without referencing bands that came after them. It is even harder to discuss Slow without…

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Rowan Coupland

An album is so often reduced down to its individual components, singled out for whatever is deemed its strong suit while everything else is given…

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Painted Fruit

Following a tour with Vancouver glam legend Johnny de Courcy, Painted Fruit has released their second and final album, PF II. Two of the members…

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Patrick Cowley

We are all bodies in motion. We throb to connect with one another. Our hearts pulse as we near. We touch and ache with raw…

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Pender Street Steppers

Vancouver’s Pender Street Steppers first release, the Life in the Zone mixed cassette, was a bit of a revelation back in 2013. Comprised of 90…