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DEBBY FRIDAY

Redefining Punk

For Debby Friday, the “punk” in her recent EP BITCHPUNK‘s title isn’t an aesthetic, or even just a musical genre. Instead, she tells me, it’s…

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Tin Lorica & Savannah Erasmus

A Personal Take on Comedy

If the whole point of comedy is that it is relatable, how does one make a minority experience funny? For Tin Lorica and Savannah Erasmus,…

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Jay Bagasbas

It’s late night at Fortune Sound Club and Jay Bagasbas is mixing the club’s music in the middle of the dance floor with an iPad….

Real Live Action

Vancouver Kpop Con

Vancouver Kpop Con was an opportunity to experience how Kpop fits in to the larger Vancouver society. As this city is greatly diverse with people from all over the world, speaking different languages and engaging with many cultures, there is great promise for the expanded success of Kpop in Vancouver.

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Juxtaposition Vol. II: Art Exhibition

Juxtaposition is a series of independent art shows that feature artists and musicians from Vancouver and Victoria at different venues across Vancouver. The second instalment,…

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JO PASSED

The DIY Commercial Debut

“I was prepared for some things to happen, like maybe we should change the track order or cut this song, and that didn’t really happen.”

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DOXA 2018: The Issue of Mr. O’Dell

The Issue of Mr. O’Dell is that he was a member of the Communist Party. And unfortunately, at a time when the U.S. civil rights movement was focusing their intentions, having any affiliation with Communists was a distraction from the cause. White society would not see beyond the red. Jack O’Dell had to go.