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Eric Chenaux

“Slowly Paradise’s sound reflects its lyrics’ lack of easy answers, featuring an idiosyncratic style of space-age folk with songs that, like the moon, are at once picturesque, lofty, imposing and perhaps slightly ominous, yet are also made bewitching through their apparent contradictions.”

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Leathan Milne

In March, Vancouver-based singer-songwriter, Leathan Milne, released his second album, There is the Ground Beneath Us. Lush, moody harmonies and folk fundamentals create a sound…

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Rowan Coupland

An album is so often reduced down to its individual components, singled out for whatever is deemed its strong suit while everything else is given…

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Kevin ‘Sipreano’ Howes

Becoming Voluntary

“I don’t think that everything from the past is worthy of reappraisal. In fact, I think a lot of things are best left to the past.”

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Whitney K

With just seven songs, Whitney K makes us feel like we’ve lived a full day, but without the “same shit, different day” attitude. Goodnight, Konner Whitney’s…

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Cate Le Bon

Arriving at the Biltmore into an already-crowded room, the sound of simultaneous conversations washed over me. It was clear that Cate Le Bon, Welsh singer-songwriter…

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Cornshed

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.”

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Teen Daze

Abbotsford’s Teen Daze has brought us yet another mystical concoction with their latest release Morning World. An album that will soothe your soul and awaken…

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Vancouver Folk Music Festival!

The Vancouver Folk Music Festival is back again for it’s 36th year this July 19-21 at Jericho Beach Park. The three day festival will be…