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KUNDERGROUND Newsstand

Although it might be uncomfortable to admit, Discorder is disposable. This magazine, like so many other publications of its kind, can be picked up for…

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Puzzlehead

Don't Knock The Laughing Stocks

“The idea of pleasing an audience kind of fits into that typical band attitude, and I just think it’s more interesting not to play to that.”

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Wishkicker

Building Perspective

“I’m really tired of seeing four dudes on stage who look like people I would be at work with at the construction site. I want to see some flash and some excitement — something I haven’t seen in awhile, or something new.”

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Hockey Dad

August is a weird month for live music: half of the people you know are leaving for vacation (does everyone but me have a cabin…

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Tempest

Same Band, New Scene

“Since we’ve come back from the tour, I don’t know what it is, but I feel like we’ve been playing to different people, playing to new people, and things are opening up a little bit.”

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Studio Vostok

After three years in business, hundreds of shows, and a hard-­earned reputation, Mitch Ray and Taya Fraser have undertaken their next great endeavour: a venue of…

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Late Spring

Creativity Through Chaos

“It’s not over until the band leader says it’s over, and that’s not going to be for a long time.”

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Lost River Artist

Interrupting Systems

“I think that my role as an artist is to understand where the art exists, even in bureaucratic processes.”

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Shindig

Shinder

“Here at Discorder, we want you to love (and we do mean “love”) our first five winners and Shindig’s host the same way we do, so get ready to swipe right for the magazine’s very own dating app — Shinder.”