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Japandroids

Japandroids, often hailed as Vancouver’s hottest rock n’ roll duo, have returned from yet another victory lap since their triumphant, make-or-break debut Post-Nothing. Near to…

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Debra-Jean Creelman

When listening to Debra-Jean Creelman’s four-song contribution to the Railtown Sessions EP series, the phrase “standard for the genre” comes to mind. The EP is…

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Local Creature and Alien Boy

Into the shadows we go. Into the smoke of a burnt and blasted tree. This album deserves no name. The music bears every name and…

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Mi’ens

Math Rock duo Mi’ens certainly make an impression with their latest release, Challenger. True to this sub-genre of indie rock, Mi’ens’ drummer Evan and guitarist…

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The Evaporators

Myths spread like contagion. On a cramped roadtrip to the Okanagan, thoughts of an enlarged lake monster hop from head to head with the ease…

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Emma Citrine

Emma Citrine is good at being sad. I feel I can say that because many people have said the same thing about me. While it’s…

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Chelsea Grimm

Breadth of emotion is tough for any musician trying to construct a release, especially when confined to a five track EP. For many musicians, it…

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Skye Wallace

Something Wicked is a decent listen. To even the most untrained ear, the attraction of Skye Wallace’s music is obvious. Between her incredible range and…