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Meaghan Smith

The Media Club- Vancouver, BC On the heels of a Best New Artist Juno award and success of "The Cricket’s Orchestra," Meaghan Smith decided it was time to do things a little differently before buckling down to create and record her next album. It was time for some Christmas spirit. As Smith noted in our interview earlier that evening, she loves Christmas so much that she starts thinking about Christmas in Ja ...

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Carly Rae Jepsen, Matt Webb and Jackie Valentine

St. James Hall - Vancouver, BC With Vancouver being their second stop on their mini tour, Carly Rae Jepsen, Matt Webb and Jackie Valentine, had many Vancouverites lining up around West 10th Ave in the piercing cold at the small St. James Hall for a great night of watching and listening to some great Canadian talent. Jackie Valentine's lead singer Kieran Mercer made it clear to the crowd that "Jackie Valenti ...

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Adaline

Biltmore- Vancouver, BC It has been three years since Vancouver/Toronto’s Adaline released her debut album “Famous For Fire.” Last night, the Biltmore filled with fans anxious to hear her new catchy release “Modern Romantics.” Adaline’s performance was intimate and raw; you could feel every emotion that was radiating from the stage. Watching Adaline on stage showed that her music really is an extension of w ...

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The Lemonheads

The Biltmore- Vancouver, BC After the mid 90's The Lemonheads took a bit of a roller coaster ride musically and personally. Lead singer(and only original band member)Evan Dando has had his shares of ups and downs contributing to the bands demise in the late 90's. So hearing they where on tour again to relive there most popular album to date "It's A Shame About Ray" I was a little sceptic it was only a broke ...

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Misfits

Phoenix Theatre -Toronto, Ontario “In blood their names were written, to hell their souls committed. 34 years have passed, the book still binds, Corbis still waits” Misfits rise from the dead October 26, 2011 Even though it was a very sunny day in Toronto on October 26, 2011. It was raining… “The Devil’s Rain” at the Phoenix concert venue on Sherbrook Street. The Misfits are celebrating their 34th band-anni ...

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Trentemoller

Venue- Vancouver, BC Venue hosted Danish electronic act Trentemoller this past Wednesday night. Trentemoller consists of electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist Anders Trentemoller and his live band. The night kicked off promptly at 9:00 with Data Romance, an indie-electronic duo from Victoria, BC. They describe their music as the "contrast between human feeling and hard tech." The juxtaposition ...

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Judas Priest

Rogers Arena- Vancouver, BC With Thin Lizzy, Black Label Society Last night Iconic metal gods Judas Priest headed a three-band bill at Rogers Arena, taking many in attendance back to the seventies, and gave the newly introduced attendees a taste of what 70’s style metal is all about. Judas Priest may be on their last world tour, but the band showed that the forty years has helped make them even more brutal ...

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The Parlotones

The Biltmore- Vancouver, BC If last night’s show would have been in their native South Africa, The Parlotones would have drawn a crowd that could have numbered into the thousands. At their Vancouver show at the Biltmore, there could not have been more than sixty people at most, but each person in attendance could clearly see that this may be the last time they could see a band of such caliber at such an int ...

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Foo Fighters

Rogers Arena- Vancouver, BC The Foo Fighters have had a busy year. Starting with the release of their seventh studio album, the Foo Fighters have continued to make headlines. The band released "Medium Rare," a limited edition vinyl cover album, played in people's garages, released a documentary ("Back And Forth") and even made headlines when Grohl kicked a fan out of a show for fighting. And now, the tour. ...

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Portishead

PNE Forum - Vancouver, BC It has been twenty years since Portishead first came into existance, which is suprising as the band only has three albums and has not taken off on a proper tour in over ten years. But, still, their influence on the trip-hop, downtempo rock scene remains at an all time high. With their last album, Third, released three years ago (2008), it really says a lot about a band when their f ...

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