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SWARM 18 Preview

What’s better than two consecutive evenings of exhibition openings, performances and screenings in galleries across Vancouver? If this piques your interest, you’re in for a…

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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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Quiet City

Quiet City, Underground Society

“In some ways I prefer Quiet City to be an underground entity, something that one might have to seek out in order to find.”

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Destroy Vancouver XVIII

Destroy Vancouver XVIII is the final chapter for the experimental electronic music series. For the past five years, Destroy Vancouver has brought together artists from the…

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Destroy Vancouver XVIII

Series Finale

I think it’s important to think about how this project started — the name “Destroy Vancouver” was about “protesting” what was happening in the city, the closing down of spaces where you could really experiment with noise or other genres.

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Quiet City #17

Quiet City’s brief is as vague as it is intriguing: deep-listening, experimental concerts in a comfortable and intimate setting. Lost in the industrial no man’s…

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Destroy Vancouver XI

I’m lost on Kaslo Street, looking for VIVO’s new digs. As it turned out, the long-time venue of the Destroy Vancouver experimental music series was…