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Secretly Living

The weight of dust. The tasteless, lingering sensitivity of the mouth after hot tea. The faint haze of late summer sky. Secretly Living explores a…

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KICCC

Femininity can be aggressive and intimidating. Glitch-pop artist Carson Cheng’s — or KICCC’s — latest song “MRKMI” owns this sentiment and empowers femininity, turning it…

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Alexa Black

As a primarily self-taught interdisciplinary artist of Indigenous/European descent (Nahuat, Mayan/Spanish, Irish) Alexa Black is “a bridge, a person in between”. On a healing journey…

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DJ Paisley Eva

Now we’re two years in, we’ve trained probably around 40 women, queer and gender non-conforming folks how to DJ.

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Culturally Relevant Urban Wellness (CRUW)

Located on the traditional and unceded terriotry of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil- Waututh)…

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Jessica Moss

The room is mostly silent. There’s a couple sitting at one of the tables beside the stage and they talk in a whisper, possibly wary…

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clipping.

For context, clipping. are doing well. Beyond the trio’s acclaimed releases on Sub Pop, their varied fortunes are respectively a burgeoning PhD in music theory,…

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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…