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Summer Park Guide

“We decided to ask some local musicians about the parks closest to their hearts — the results are a hazy collection of industrial backwash, natural serenity, fuzzy feelings, and slow afternoons.”

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Gabi Dao

An Ear For An Eye: Gabi Dao's Sonic Space

“No matter how psychedelic and affective and deep from your intuition [ideas] come from, I feel like they are always responding to what happens in real life.”

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(In)accessible Vancouver : Part 2

“Having a culture of compassion, and being like, ‘Okay we want to make it accessible, but it’s going to take some time,’ is important! We’re living in a racist, ableist, transphobic world, so there’s a lot of systems we have to debunk in ourselves, as well, if we want to get to somewhere that is genuine.”

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Chinatown Concern Group 唐人街關注組

Fighting Gentrification With Intergenerational Cooperation

“We can’t forget our history and the people who came before us, who made it easier for us to be able to live here and who gave us our rights.”

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Prado

Q&A With Prado

“Everybody wants to be a famous artist, but are you doing things to make sure that your community is safe? Are you catering to the right people? I want my music and everything that I do to be oriented towards women of colour and women being comfortable. I’m fighting for accessible spaces.”

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Malcolm Biddle

Who Is Malcolm Jack?

“Malcolm’s creative philosophy makes little distinction between the way he wants to create and perform music and the way he wants to live his life.”

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Gayblevision

Vancouver Queer History Unscripted, Uncensored And Archived Forever

“One of the most intriguing things about Gayblevision is how it provides such a unique insider perspective on the LGBTQIA+ culture as it simultaneously grew and combatted adversity.”

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The Shilohs

Disjointed, Disillusioned And Back For More

“It’s a big part of your life, basically your entire twenties, to spend with four guys making music. It seemed worth addressing in songs.”

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Deep Blue

Into The Deep

“Deep Blue did not generate the community, but contributes to it by being a place it can move through.”