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Nathaniel G. Moore

If ever there was a mystery novel in its purest form, Jettison would be among the forerunners. But this is not a mystery in the…

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The Imposter

Thirty minutes into Episode 34 of The Imposter, guest Sholem Krishtalka drops a nugget of truth which perfectly describes the entire podcast: “Criticism, for me,…

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Martin Grice

Look no further than the playful, hand drawn album art — detailing a number of ways in which to consume the herb mullein — to…

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Do Make Say Think

Every time I spin a new Do Make Say Think album there is a moment of fear. Perhaps, I’m not going to fall in love…

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Slates

“Coyotes,” a buried B-side on Summery, begins with a dissonant major chord chiming beneath distant sirens and the howling of animals. Depicting backyard coyotes under…

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Cameron MacLeod

With Icon Of An Orange Juice Container, an instrumental comedy album, Cameron MacLeod strives to be a jack-of-all-content. He is a writer, director, producer and…

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Sick Boss

With each of its three members playing in an obscene number of musical projects, it’s a wonder Sick Boss even found the time to put…

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An Ant And An Atom

An Ant And An Atom’s Exterior is an interstellar wonder. This Lethbridge, Alberta based artist has escaped our planet on a doomed spacecraft. Through a…

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Chastity Belt

The latest record from Seattle’s Chastity Belt, I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone, is an old lost friend, grown up and returned home….

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Rococode

Vancouver does not deserve local pop-duo Rococode. For, our city has an abusive relationship with pop music. Local scenes often look down on it, as…