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NECKING

MAKING LIGHT

“I was supposed to be singing, but I was just screaming.”

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Necking

“Stop! Singing songs about your ex! Stop! Singing songs about the ocean!” — It is in the final moments of Meditation Tape that Vancouver band…

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Cheap High

Cheap High has been described as both a punk and a post-punk band, and truthfully, it is both. Subterranean Suburbia successfully marries the two genres,…

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Frogpile

On Doing It Yourself, The Zombie Apocalypse, And A Hidden Punk Paradise

“We always had people just come in to record and perform with us who weren’t necessarily members of the band. It’s not so much the name, it’s just producing music that we care about.”

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A Letter To Oi Punks Of Vancouver

Y’all got razor blades dangling from your ears, Crass patches on your leather jackets, literal mohawks (hi it’s 2016), covered in spikes and chains, sing…

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Music Waste Fest Part 3

For Music Waste I checked out SBC Restaurant, the new incarnation of the legendary Smiling Buddha Cabaret, to see Gun Control, Durban Poison, Dumb and…

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Red Dons

Released in Europe through Taken By Surprise Records in August, 2015, The Dead Hand of Tradition has been made available to North American audiences, courtesy…

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Rocket From Russia

It’s impossible to talk to Tim Bogdachev for more than two minutes without becoming convinced that punk rock is the human race’s greatest achievement. Bogdachev…

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Fountain

French Connection

“After you’re a band for a bit, you’re trying to go after a feeling more than a sound, just trying to make it more eclectic.”

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Clusterfolks

“You bring an idea and they’re like ‘Hell yeah man, I bet that could fit right here.’ It’s awesome. I’ve never had anything turned down, and sometimes the ideas are pretty wacky.”