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Streetlight Manifesto

Rickshaw Theatre - Vancouver, BC One month before taking the main stage at The Victoria Ska and Reggae festival, Streetlight Manifesto ventured to the lower mainland and played The Rickshaw Theatre in the hope of fine tuning their stage game. The boys from New Jersey played a blistering ninety minute set to a packed house of die hard fans. The band have delivered different stylistic elements on their record ...

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The Gaslight Anthem

[caption id="attachment_57307" align="alignnone" width="515"] Photo: Drew Gurian[/caption] Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC New Jersey's The Gaslight Anthem descended upon Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom Thursday night and treated their fans to ninety minutes of high octane, blue collar rock n roll. The boys' distinct sound combines American folk, blues and punk rock. Gritty guitar and freight train percus ...

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Lil Debbie Creates A Buzz In Vancouver

Fortune Sound Club - Vancouver, BC Oakland rapper Lil Debbie aka Jordan Capozzi visited Vancouver on Friday and delivered a spirited performance on a night where she could have easily packed it in and bailed back to her home by the Bay. Capozzi is a growing female force in the hip hop world. She is truly an example of an artist who knows how to create a buzz. At a time in music where social media and an onl ...

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The Tragically Hip Rock Vancouver

Rogers Arena - Vancouver, BC For three decades The Tragically Hip have been a fixture in Canadian rock. Beloved from east to west, Gord Downie, Paul Langlois, Gord Sinclair, Rob Baker and Johnny Fay have paid their dues. Their music has stood the test of time. The band sounds as tight today as it did in the days of long hair and denim. Prolific frontman Gord Downie marches on as one of the country's most re ...

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Karma To Burn

Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre Virginia Instrumental rockers Karma To Burn invaded Vancouver's Rickshaw Theatre on a night filled with fist pumping and heavy music. The trio are touring Canada and the U.S in support of their sixth studio release Arch Stanton. K2B have gone through member shakeups, style switches and a reunion after a seven year hiatus. The current lineup of William Mecum, Eric Clutter and ...

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Improve Your Voice With “Voice Lessons to Go”

After teaching hundreds of vocal students in Los Angeles, Ariella Vaccarino started the "Voice Lessons To Go" brand. Vocal instruction is at your fingertips regardless of preferred genre and skill level, and at a fraction of the cost of private lessons. Regardless of your location or income, you can access these great lessons on CD. Each disc guides the listener through exercises, vocal examples and piano a ...

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Blockhead

FORTUNE - Vancouver, BC If the challenge facing a DJ is to each night grasp EDM lovers in their hands and for an hour long strive to keep them moving than Blockhead passed with flying colors on Thursday night at Fortune Sound Club. Seamlessly flowing from mix to mix, the New York based Ninja Tune artist put on a very impressive show. Often times over the course of a sixty minute set, the DJ finds moments of ...

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In The Valley Below

Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, BC In The Valley Below are singer songwriter Angela Gail and singer songwriter/guitarist Jeffrey Jacob. The two have embarked on a tour opening for The Airborne Toxic Event. Tonight’s stop was a sold out Commodore Ballroom. The duo, whose name is a line taken from the Bob Dylan song One More Cup of Coffee, is becoming well established on the pop landscape. With their debut al ...

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King Tuff

Fortune Sound Club - Vancouver, BC A diverse group of music lovers gathered Thursday in Chinatown at Fortune Sound Club. Vancouver was the second stop on a west coast tour for La Sera and King Tuff. It's an intriguing tour because of the contrast in styles that exists between the two artists. Both acts are certainly high energy and can turn up the volume if need be. However, the transition from thirty minut ...

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K Flay

Electric Owl - Vancouver, BC Bay area female rapper Kristine Flaherty aka K Flay graced the stage at The Electric Owl Monday night in support of her debut studio album Life As A Dog. Released this past June, Life As A Dog was funded by her fans online through Pledge Site. Her energy as a performer and her intensely personal and hard hitting rhymes are on full display on the album and were on full display at ...

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