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Fun Writers Wanted

Discorder interviewed Hunter S. Thompson for the July 1986 issue. On journalism, he had this to say: Well, right now, the trouble with journalism now…

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Safe Amp Society

“We don’t know how to do things like taxes! But at the same time, we are kind of the target demographic.”

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Oink Oink Oink

Over the last week of October I was called a pig by my landlords when they attempted to illegally renovate a section of tiles in…

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JPN49

Nudges, Nods, Notes

“It’s a really critical time in Canadian history, where the offer of reconciliation is in front of us, and we need to do the hard work of taking it.”

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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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Strange Fascination

For me, what makes change so unsettling is not having to adapt to the new or mourn for what’s gone, but the way time itself…

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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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Let Them Eat Condos

This month, two bands share their perspectives on the impact of Vancouver’s changing skyline — MOSFETT mourns the loss of late night practicing at Renegade…

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Feedback

A few weeks ago I answered the Discorder office phone and chatted with Robert, a subscriber in Toronto. I don’t often get the opportunity to…