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Marbled Eye

When Vancouver locals Tough Customer ended their set, the band clustered together on stage in fits of laughter. Kat grabbed the mic and addressed the…

Features

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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24 Hours of Radio Art 2017

Click on the project names for the podcasts. 6:00AM-7:00AM: Absolute Value of Noise + Gívan Belá – Luminiferous Noise Machine From the vales of Kra Land…

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Zoo Strategies

A few weeks ago a friend of mine suggested that “Welcome to the Black Parade,” the 2007 hit from My Chemical Romance, was our generation’s…

columns

Textbook

It’s not often I get to conduct an interview for Discorder Magazine. As the editor-in-chief my role is more peripheral, which is why the opportunity…

Features

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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Ramzi

Ramzi’s music deserves deep listening — it’s intricately layered, serene/disorienting, and highly detailed. As per last month’s feature on the genre in Fact Magazine (which…

Features

Other Jesus

The Second Coming of Other Jesus

“…the band has built both the skills and the confidence to write, record, and perform a growing catalogue of loud, catchy, and often satirical post-punk songs.”

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minimalviolence

Finding potency in its discursiveness, the debut from Minimalviolence (a collaborative project comprising of Ashlee Luk, also of Lié, and Lida P) is marked by…