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The Lapse

The Lapse is a local production that is independent to the core, entirely facilitated by host Kyle Gest. In his three years of making The…

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Eirik Hutchinson

On his Facebook page, Eirik Hutchinson describes his favourite pastime as “being drunk at petting zoos” and his musical style as “Tabasco Muppet Rock.” Therefore,…

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Peach Pyramid

Somewhere between dream pop and beach rock drifts Repeating Myself, the shimmering ten-track collection of spacey kaleidoscope riffs and vintage pop aesthetics from Jen Severtson’s…

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Manila Grey

Manila Grey is one of the latest to enter the much-overcrowded field of artists who have come into popularity on Soundcloud. Many of these artists…

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Fuzzy P

With a band name like Fuzzy P, and a 2015 debut release entitled the Fuzz EP, it is only fitting to talk about Amateur Alchemy…

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Brutal Poodle

November brought us the first EP release from Vancouver-based, grunge-punk band Brutal Poodle, Long Time No See. Their live debut was made only earlier this…

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Geoff Dembicki

Using his chapters to join eight journalistic vignettes,Geoff Dembicki connects climate change action with the need for systematic change. He breaks down discrete instances, such…

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The Vanished

When people go missing, some who vanish are more visible than others. While some cases cause media sensations and police frenzies, others fade into obscurity….

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Stop Podcasting Yourself

Ten minutes into their inaugural episode of Stop Podcasting Yourself, Graham Clark asks his co-host, Dave Shumka, “Is this what podcasts sound like?” They had…

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BBQT

Montreal power pop quartet BBQT pack the sounds of summer into a catchy five minutes on their second EP, All Dressed. The June release is…