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Scrivener’s Monthly

“Thanks everyone for coming to Scrivener’s Monthly, though if you know anything about us, you’ll know it’s not monthly, but anytime we feel like it,”…

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King Krule

I entered the Vogue Theatre to a saxophone solo: a fair introduction to the complicated post jazz group, Standing on the Corner. Informed by improvisational…

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Sawdust Collector

The Dust Has Settled

“It’s great to imagine people working together instead of competing against each other for the same sliver.”

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Marbled Eye

When Vancouver locals Tough Customer ended their set, the band clustered together on stage in fits of laughter. Kat grabbed the mic and addressed the…

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Foxygen

The Reptaliens had already begun when I stepped into the Rickshaw. They were wooing folks out of theatre seats and towards the stage, a rarity…

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Canada On Screen At The Cinematheque

In keeping with avant-garde roots, Vancouver’s Cinematheque is host to an ambitious nation-wide project this year: Canada On Screen. It aims at familiarizing Canadians with…

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WANT

A Really Fucking Good Band

“I definitely don’t think people should underestimate the influence they can have sometimes.”

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Ora Cogan

The opener for Ora Cogan’s album release for Shadowland was Paul Stewart, performing a soft set accompanied by Missy Donaldson on keys, and Justin Devries…