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Destroyer

Playing over the muffled stirring and chatter of the crowd, Mega Bog seemed out of place. The Commodore was too big, empty and uncaring for…

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Destroyer

Destroyer and Frog Eyes are both the kind of bands that are geographically nebulous, even to the people that share a city with them. Although…

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Best Suit

In just a few shorts years, artful indie outfit The Cyrillic Typewriter has come a long way from traditional West Coast twee to laudable endeavours…

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Khatsahlano Street Party

“It feels good to be back,” Susan Jacks smiled at the thick crowd. The lead vocalist for the Poppy Family, Vancouver’s own music royalty from…

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Destroyer

A night of dynamic solo sets at The Rickshaw began with Carey Mercer’s project, Blackout Beach. Below the watch of red backlighting, he looped drum…

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Destroyer

Downtown There was baby making music being made at the Commodore the other night. The band responsible for the sex jams: Vancouver’s very own Destroyer.

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Destroyer

Dan Bejar played a surprisingly good solo set as Destroyer at the Biltmore in spite of a loud, drunken audience. Accompanying himself with only an…

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Destroyer + Frog Eyes + Victoria Victoria

Destroyer was my soundtrack to art school. Dan Bejar’s astute turns of phrase and candour—some say pretentious, I say acerbic and witty—provided running commentary on…